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You are getting episodes of Vertigo
. Since how long you are getting them? Are they becoming more intense and more prolonged recently.
In no case you should keep them unattended. You have to get treatment for that.
Most common cause of vertigo is inner ear
problems. It can also be due to eye sight problems also.
Since you have it for a prolonged period, I suppose, it is more serious than the transient dizziness, light headednes or unsteadiness that most people suffer due to transient hypovolaemia to the brain while rising from a seat, bed etc.
Therefore my advice to you is to take treatment.
An inflammatory condition of the labyrinth, a system of canals in inner ear, and inflammation of the nerves there called vestibular neuritis
, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, miniers's disease etc are all related with the inner ear problems causing vertigo. History of any head injury
should also be investigated to find any brain affection following it. Some people can get vertigo as a part of migraine
. Chronic inflammation of the middle ear, some tumours in inner ear, dehydration
, some medications etc. are some other reasons for getting vertigo.
I have answered so elaborately not to frighten you but to give you the importance of getting curative treatment.
I am a Homoeopath and so very confidently suggest you to undergo Homoeopathic treatment. All these causes are constitutional problems and can be cured with a constitutional corrective method of treatment. I can definitely recommend Homoeopathy for that .
You can directly get back to me through the premium follow up question facility of Healthcare magic. I hope I will be able to help you through Homoeopathy.
With Best Wishes,
Dr C. J. Varghese