How To Treat Vertigo

Having vertigo can feel as if your life has been turned upside down. This condition brings on bouts of severe dizziness and can make even the simplest tasks of daily living a struggle. Too many people have found it difficult to get information about their vertigo and what treatments are available. In this article, we hope to help you understand the most common causes of vertigo while explaining how chiropractic care may help you find relief.

Symptoms of Vertigo

When talking about vertigo, it’s important to know the symptoms so that you can get the right treatment.  There are two different kinds of dizziness that are associated with vertigo. People use the word “dizzy” to describe how they feel when they are going to faint. Others may say they feel dizzy if they perceive objects around them spinning or moving. Vertigo is a medical term that is used to describe the second type of dizziness described. It’s critical to distinguish between these two sensations since each one has different causes and treatments.Vertigo can vary from a minor nuisance all the way to an indication of a more severe condition. Many people do not know that dizziness is not the only symptom associated with vertigo.

Some other symptoms related to vertigo include:

  • Blurry vision
  • Hearing problems
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Trouble balancing
  • Fatigue
  • Double vision

Potential Causes of Vertigo

As was mentioned earlier, there can be a wide range of causes of vertigo. Sometimes it can be a symptom of a serious underlying medical condition, making it incredibly important for anyone suffering from vertigo to be evaluated by a medical professional immediately.

The following list describes some of the most frequent causes of vertigo:

  • Migraines or tension headaches
  • Inner ear damage
  • Not enough blood flow to the brain
  • Car accidents
  • Subluxations of the neck vertebrae

Vertigo usually starts with problems involving the head, inner ear, or spine. This is because these areas play a vital role in how the body maintains balance. Vertigo usually results from a disruption of signals sent from the nerves in the spinal column to the brain. If signals that would usually help to keep us balanced become distorted in some way, symptoms of dizziness are likely.

Chiropractic Care for Vertigo

Chiropractic treatment involves a gentle and safe alternative to relieving many of the causes of vertigo. Chiropractic care begins with a complete evaluation in order to determine the precise cause of your vertigo and the best way to treat it. It is not uncommon for patients to find that these chiropractic adjustments are all they need to stabilize the nervous system function and totally cure their vertigo. Call today to consult with a chiropractor at Bethpage Chiropractic about how you can find relief from your vertigo!

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