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NUCCA and Vertigo

Many people are not aware of the connection between neck pain and vertigo. Vertigo is a kind of dizziness in which an individual has the feeling of a rotating movement when stationary. There are several causes attributed to this dizziness which ranges from low blood sugar, inner ear problems, multiple sclerosis, low blood sugar, anemia, […]

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A Deeper Look at Dizziness in Redmond, Washington

Dizziness can affect anyone, at any time, and almost everyone seems to have had an experience with it. Maybe one stood up too quickly or turned his head in one direction too fast. Any of these things can bring about dizziness, problems with balance, visual distortions, and sensitivity to light. Many times this has to […]

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What Is Peripheral Vertigo and What Natural Alternative Can Help?

Peripheral vertigo refers to vertigo causing conditions that relate to the inner ear. These are by far the most common causes of vertigo. Let’s look at a few of the underlying triggers of peripheral vertigo. Then we will discuss case studies that have revealed an effective alternative for care. Causes of Peripheral Vertigo Here are […]

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Meniere’s Disease—Greatest Risk Factor Not in the Merck Manual

After 150 years of research, it has finally been revealed that the underlying cause of Meniere’s disease is not hydrops. Research continued when it was realized that hydrops (excess fluid in the inner ear) only exists for some Meniere’s patients. However, a factor that has been revealed hundreds of times in a modern study is […]

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What Is Disequilibrium? How It Differs from Vertigo

Disequilibrium and vertigo are two different conditions that are both often referred to as dizziness. However, these specific conditions are different symptoms, and knowing the difference can help you to provide a better list of symptoms for a health practitioner. Let’s take a closer look at what disequilibrium is. Disequilibrium and Vertigo Defined Disequilibrium means […]

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Dizziness Resulting from a Head Injury—How to Proceed

Dizziness is often used as a blanket term that includes all sorts of sensations from vertigo to lightheadedness. Sometimes these symptoms can occur after a blow to the head and/or neck. This was the case recently for Cavs’ player Kevin Love, who was sidelined with an injury. The player hit his head during the first […]

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5 Things You May Not Have Known About Vertigo

Vertigo is a fairly common vestibular condition that makes the room seem like it is spinning around a person. Let’s take a look at a few things about the condition that you may not know, including a natural treatment. #1 It Can Be the Result of Reduced Blood Flow to the Brain When the brain is not […]

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