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Caring for Someone with Vertigo this Valentine’s Day

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  How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day When Caring for Someone with Vertigo If you’re caring for someone with vertigo this Valentine’s Day, you can still enjoy a wonderful evening together if you take a few precautions. Celebrating the holiday all … Continue reading

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Are You Experiencing Vertigo After Dental Work?

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  What You Need to Know About Vertigo and Dental Procedures Has a trip to the dentist’s office ever triggered an episode of vertigo? While there is no direct medical correlation between dental procedures and vertigo, dozens of patients have … Continue reading

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I have Vertigo. Could it be Multiple Sclerosis Vertigo?

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  Are Your Vertigo Symptoms Related to MS? Yes, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) can cause vertigo, however, there is no immediate cause for alarm, almost all vertigo is caused by issues with the inner ear, but learning more can help you … Continue reading

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Tips for Caring for Someone with Vertigo

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Vertigo is a condition that is characterized by the sensation that you are spinning or that the world around you is spinning. This feeling can last for a few moments, a few hours, or even a few days. In addition … Continue reading

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How to Host a Stress-Free Thanksgiving

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Best Ways to Reduce Stress During the Holidays As much as we may look forward to the holidays, added stress and anxiety often feel unavoidable. Our guest lists seem to double and the date seems to snea up on us … Continue reading

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Types of Vertigo

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Vertigo is a symptom, typically caused by an inner ear problem, that is characterized by lightheadedness, dizziness, nausea and feeling off-balance. There are two main types of vertigo and can occur for a number of different reasons but is rarely permanent. … Continue reading

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Menopause and Vertigo: What You Should Know

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If you’re a middle-aged woman who is experiencing menopause and some of the unwanted symptoms, such as vertigo, we can help.   The Correlation between Menopause and Vertigo Vertigo is described as a strong feeling of dizziness, one that may … Continue reading

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Fact vs. Fiction: Top Myths about Vertigo

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The Truth Behind the Most Common Myths about Vertigo The name vertigo comes with a tangled, often misleading history. Everyone thinks that they know more about vertigo than they actually do. If you or someone you know suffers from vertigo, … Continue reading

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The Connection Between Lyme Disease and Vertigo

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Nearly 20 million Americans suffer from vertigo, and the number is growing. In spite of the large numbers of people who experience vertigo, many know very little about it, including the fact that vertigo is not a disease in itself, … Continue reading

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Neurofeedback as a Treatment for Vertigo: What You Should Know

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Neurofeedback and Vertigo Treatment There’s a new movement in the mental health community that’s changing the way we think about neurological disorders. Individuals who suffer from severe headaches, insomnia, vertigo and a range of other neurological health concerns are trying … Continue reading

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