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How do you cure vertigo?


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April 06, 2011 10:39PM

Yes, curved shower rods help prevent water from seeping out from either end. Furthermore, curved shower rods allow for extra elbow room in the center (hence preventing water from leaking and making a mess).

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April 06, 2011 10:39PM

Yes, getting a shower rod would definitely solve your problem. It would also alleviate the problem with water ending up on the floor after you shower. Also, in the long run, it will help prevent mold from excess water dispersing outside your shower.

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January 24, 2009 11:56AM

It depends on the cause of the vertigo.

Remember, vertigo is only a symptom that something is wrong inside your body.

In most cases, vertigo is caused by a problem with your vestibular system. This is the system, mostly the inner ear, that controls balance in the body.

Parts of this system become inflamed - either the nerves or labyrinth of your inner ear.

Thus, your brain receives a "screwed up signal" from one of the many places it receives signals that keep you balanced. This "wrong" or "bad" signal causes a conflict in your brain and thus, you become dizzy or experience vertigo.

This inflammation of your inner ear sometimes goes away within 2-6 weeks, but some people experience the effects for months if not years afterwards.

I was one of those sufferers.

I overcame my vertigo and inner ear infection and have detailed a report how I did so at

This will detail the steps how I overcame and beat my vertigo.