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What is vertigo and its symptoms

Vertigo or benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is a type of illness that related to dizziness. It is connected to the inner part of the ear which is responsible for the balance and movement of the human body. This disorder causes severe dizziness.

A person with vertigo may develop nausea and vomiting with too much feel dizziness. The person with vertigo is also very sweaty. People with chronic vertigo conditions lose body balance which can result in a fall.

The cause of vertigo is difficult to determine. However, the causes are as follows:

* The inner part of the ear is swollen.
* Poor blood flow where there is a balance of the brain.
* There is abnormal movement of the calcium particle inside the ear.
* Illness connected to the nerves located inside the ear.

Some of the steps to prevent dizziness or vertigo are:

* Avoid vigilance because it may worsen the condition or lack of sleep.
* Don't think to much or stress because this is one of the main reasons a person develops vertigo.
* Avoid using gadgets such as cell phones and computers first as this may worsen the dizziness.

Common herbal medicine used for vertigo are:
* Peppermint
* Chamomile
* Ilang-ilang
* Lavender

Later in the study the disease was not medicated, but people with vertigo practiced daily exercises. Such exercises are taught by the therapist and the doctor.

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