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Dizziness

Dizziness are one of the symptoms of vertigo. The common causes of vertigo are cold viruses, stroke, and head injuries. It usually happens once in some people, but others experience it repeatedly because of the underlying disease that can reveal itself when time progresses.

Vertigo can be managed without going to a doctor. It can usually be treated with some remedies that can be seen in your kitchen or can be prepared at home.

Home remedies for vertigo

Here is the list of remedies that can help you with vertigo:

Epley maneuver

This is one of the techniques to relieve vertigo. It is performed by placing your head in a 45-degree angle facing upwards. This remedy can relieve vertigo within at least 24 hours.

Ginkgo biloba

It is a well-known herb that can relieve dizziness and balance issues by managing blood flow through your brain.

Almonds

This nut can help you improve the symptoms of vertigo. How it works is unknown. But it might because of the vitamin that almonds contain that fight against the causes of vertigo.

Staying Hydrated

Dehydration is one of the causes of vertigo. Even mild dehydration can trigger this condition. You need to drink at least 8 glass of fluids to prevent vertigo.

Apple cider vinegar and honey

These two contain curative properties that relieve blood flow in our brain. This may also prevent and treat vertigo.

Essential Oils

This is one of the most affordable relievers for vertigo. It contains natural ingredients that treat dizziness, headaches, and nausea. The best ingredients for essential oils are ginger, lavender, peppermint, and lemon.

Acupressure

Acupressure work by looking for pressure points throughout your body to relieve pain. This can treat dizziness and headaches. It stimulates pressure points in the entire body that manage vertigo.

These remedies are accessible and useful to treat vertigo. But if vertigo symptoms continue in progress, you might need to see a doctor for consultation.

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