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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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Special Goggles May Help Diagnose Vertigo More Accurately
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Neurons that are responsible for sending the smell information to the brain tend to adapt according to the smell, finds a new study.

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Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy - Indications, Assessment, Techniques and Exercises
Vestibular rehabilitation therapy is an exercise based program to ease symptoms related to vestibular disorders. .. Read More
Diet For Vertigo | Vertigo - Diet Support
True vertigo is a severe form of dizziness that is a movement hallucination. Try out some of these diet strategies that will help regulate fluid imbalances and reduce vertigo symptoms... Read More
Vertigo / Dizziness - Causes - Symptoms - Diagnosis - Treatment - FAQ
Vertigo is a common symptom of any disorder of brain or inner ear. It may be accompanied by vomiting and sweating. Inner ear involvement can cause deafness... Read More
Superior Canal Dehiscence
Superior canal dehiscence (SCD) results from a break in the bone above the semicircular canal, caused either by birth defects or due to a head trauma... Read More
Perilymph Fistula
Perilymph fistula is fluid leakage from the inner to the middle ear due to any of the many reason including trauma to head, pressure changes when diving or coughing. Perilymph fistula may be acute or chronic. .. Read More
Motion Sickness | Travel Sickness - Causes, Symptoms, Prevention & Treatment
Motions sickness occurs due to the physiological imbalance between the eyes and inner ear when you travel. It triggers unpleasant feeling of nausea, vomiting, dizziness... Read More
Top 10 Tips to Prevent Motion Sickness
Do you often feel sick while traveling? It may be due to motion sickness. Here we give you the top 10 tips to prevent motion sickness easily... Read More
Morning Sickness
“Morning sickness” is a term that is used to refer to the nausea and vomiting that is present in most pregnant women... Read More
Heart and Vascular System Physiology in Space
Understanding the physiological changes of the heart and vascular system of the astronauts during space travel is important as this can have long term implications on their health... Read More
Meniere’s Disease – Symptoms and Signs – Causes – Diagnosis – Treatment - FAQ’s
Meniere’s disease is a condition of unknown cause in which the patient experiences symptoms of vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus and a feeling of fullness in the ears... Read More

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