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Suggest treatment for symptoms of vertigo

I have been diagnosed with Vertigo few months ago. During this time I had palpitations behind my head. The fear was that I had aneurysm since my mum passed away with something similar. However, i had a CT scan done and MRI twice for head, neck and brain. Nothing was found. Now in the evenings I feel weak and few weeks was having palpitations in my throat. I feel I have difficulty in breathing, throat get dry and then i want to vomit. My legs get a tingling sensation which then makes me weak from bottom to top. I feel i will collapse. My whole body starts to shiver and i have put on lots of warm clothes. Recently I had a chest xray done but no issues. My GP says I have anxiety and has diagnosed me with some tablets. I am still not satisfied that i have anxiety and scared especially in the night. I feel i am not living a normal life. SOmething is wrong but yet dont know what is wrong. I need help, I am going for yoga classes and other therapy. Is this going to help, dont know.
Tue, 10 Jan 2017
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hi,

I am an Ayurvedic Specialist and I want to tell you that in your case Yoga and meditation will definitely help you but it is long process. Please do not discontinue if there is no immediate relief. Some of the main Yoga exercises for you are Gyan Mudra, Shav Aasan, Brhamri Pranayam, and Anolom vilom. Other Aasans and Pranayama will also help. Apart from this you can also go for Shirodhara therapy and Shirobasti.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. M Zahoor Bhat
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