Vertigo causes people to feel unsteady and nauseous. Vertigo is often caused by inner ear problems and can even affect hearing and balance. Vertigo is differentiated from dizziness by the severity of problems and length of symptoms.
Vertigo is a feeling of dizziness. One with vertigo would feel that everything around them is spinning. Vertigo is associated with inner ear and eyesight problems.
As the tumor grows, it exerts pressure on the inner ear and causes severe vertigo
It may be Benign Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo (BPPV). Read this http://ivertigo.net/vertigo/vertherapy2.html
A common cause can be Benign Positional Paroxysmal Vertigo (BPPV).
Yes. all kinds of virus. i had the swine flu.
Yes, it is very possible for your impacted teeth to cause vertigo. After you have your teeth removed, you should feel much better shortly.
No a fear of heights is called Acrophobia, Altophobia, Batophobia, Hypsiphobia or Hyposophobia. Vertigo is a balance disorder that causes dizziness. It is often associated with heights but doesn't need to be.
It is thought to be caused by tiny solid fragments in the inner ear labyrinth. This causes short dizzy spells when you move your head in certain directions.
Meniere's disease is caused by an imbalance in the fluid located in the inner ear. It causes dizziness and vertigo.
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