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Vertigo is a balance disorder that causes a sensation of spinning or dizziness when a person is actually stationary. It can lead to nausea, and in severe cases, problems in standing and walking.

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Vertigo - Symptoms - Signs - Diagnosis - Treatment

Other Names - Dizziness, Meniere disease, Motion Sickness, Labyrinthitis Vertigo or dizziness is a symptom of a balance disorder that occurs due to disturbances caused in the inner ear balance and causes sensation of spinning or feeling of falling when there is no actual body movements....Read More

Posted on : Monday, February 23, 2009 12:00 AM
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Is is curable?
How long time it takes to be cured?
what are the effect and symptoms gradually may occur for long term neglegency?

Is there any precaution to resist or protect? any guide lien?

Replied on Thursday, October 16, 2008 12:00 AM
Yes, it is curable, if you use Ayurvedic medicine. The best way is to go for first ETG AyurvedaScan examination and find out what parts of the body is normal and abnormal, then select the proper Ayurvedic medicine for treatment. Along term treatment cures the condition.
Replied on Saturday, January 22, 2011 9:34 PM

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i have vertigo,caused from my ear,that constantly makes noise, effects me more in the winter, alot! thinking of moving some where warm so i wont have it as often. MOTION SICKNESS PILLS ,dont work as good as they use to,im tired of this,hate being sick with it, only relief is to throw-up!
Replied on Monday, February 23, 2009 12:00 AM
Vertigo can be due to Cervical spondylitis, cervical anomalies, any eye anomaly,ear anomaly, cardiac problem, high and low blood pressure, poor axidation, mental exertion, disturbances of sleep and many more. One should try to detect the actual cause of vertigo.

In fact Vertigo is a symptom of other anomalies present inside the body. reflecting the symptoms of whirling like sensation.

Dr DBBajpai
Replied on Saturday, January 22, 2011 9:31 PM
I am 69 yrs old and COPD patient and anchy spondilysis.Today, after some exercise when I climbed down from bed, I felt as if I am falling down and had sensation of spinning. After some time it was okay. Every morning I go for walk. I seek yr advice if I should continue morning walk and breathing exercise.
Replied on Monday, June 10, 2013 1:51 AM
Is there any proven medicine/treatment in homeopathy for positional vertigo?
Replied on Thursday, September 8, 2011 3:53 AM
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