Vertigo is a condition that is subjective and with many sensations. No one apart of that very person can feel those sensations. Mostly, mistakenly are made diagnoses and if they are made, they are falsely evaluated. More precisely, the vertigo is illusion in motion. This means more chronic sensations, intermittent feelings, balance loss.
To see this simpler, when you stand up and feel you lose balance, you feel like passing out or if like the blood is rushing straight down. Dizziness makes you feel spinning, inability to be standing still and bold.
Vertigo can be treated and prevented, however if the symptoms are too severe, seek medical urgent help.
Causes For Vertigo
The main cause is mostly momentary change that affects the sensors for balance inside inner ear, sensors for balance in the brain, and both of these determine every movement in the head positions.
Also, sudden blood pressure changes, sudden poses, all make the heart have inadequate blood flow. In almost all cases there are abnormal heart pulses, decreased volume of blood and diseases of the heart muscles. After learning about the causes, you will want to delve deeper into the natural remedies for vertigo that have proven to be effective.
Try to get to the bed and sit at the edge of it. The head is turned 45 degrees to left side, close to the shoulder. Put a pillow under your body, lie down and this will rest between shoulders, not head. Faster lie down on back side, head is on the bed with 45-degree angle. Keep pillow under the shoulders and keep this for 30 seconds.
Head and body are on the right, look at the floor. Wait another 30 seconds and start to slowly stand up. As you do, do this slow for 5 minutes. If the dizziness starts from the right ear, start again reversed. Sit on the bed and turn the head 45-degrees, right side…
These moves before bed are the best and give relief in 24 hours at most.
This one is similar to the aforementioned Epley, but it is not really popular in USA. If the vertigo starts from the left ear again, sit on the bed edge. Turn the head for 45-degree angle. Lie down on the left, quick. Do this for half a minute and faster move to the opposite bed end.
The head stays in the same direction and with 45-degree angle. Look at the floor for half a minute. Slowly return to sitting pose for a few minutes. Again start the moves reversed, for right side. Perform these 3 times daily for 24 hours.
Foster (OR Half-Somersault)
This is described as simple by many people. Get knees down and look at the ceiling for a few seconds. Try to touch floor with the head, the chin is tucked in and head is under knees. Wait for 30 seconds, and then turn the head in the affected ear direction (for left side dizziness, turn to left elbow) and again wait half a minute.
Raise the head to reach a level with the back on all fours. Keep that 45-degree angle for half a minute. Raise the head fast and right, slightly turned to the active shoulder. Stand up slowly. This might need more repetitions for complete relief.
Seat on the bed upright. Head is tilted for 45-degree angle but as far as you can from the vertigo side. Lie down and one side of the nose is pointed upwards. Stay like this for half a minute or until the vertigo is gone.
Move back to seat pose. Then repeat with the other side again. Do 3-5 movements per a set or session and try to have 3 sessions daily for 14 days, or at least for 2 days.
After some procedure, method or exercise/maneuver is practiced, the person has to avoid lying all the way flat and also has to avoid ear being fallen below shoulder levels. That night after the treatment/maneuver, the patient has to make sure he raised the head with a few pillows for sleeping.
This will permit a good number of particles floating in the labyrinth to settle completely in the vestibule, thus making this absorbed again in the inner ear, with the help of fluids. This may need a few repeating sessions for days to come. This is why patients have to learn this method and practice it before regular check-ups with the doctor.
The other factor belonging in post-procedure are lifestyle habit changes; get enough sleep, lie down more often and manage stress.