My Experience with Vertigo
I never thought I would experience vertigo, but last year I did. It started out innocently enough; I was cooking and I suddenly felt dizzy. I assumed it was just a passing feeling and went about my business. However, the dizziness persisted and soon became so severe that I couldn't stand up without feeling like I was going to pass out. I had nausea and started vomiting. It was late in the night and my family got so scared that they didn’t want me to wait until the morning to see my family doctor; they called for an ambulance. At this point, I thought that I am having a heart attack. 
After a battery of tests, the doctors determined that I had vertigo—a condition characterized by a sense of spinning or swaying even when you're stationary. They kept me for a few hours in the emergency room and when the prescribed medication started to kick in, my vertigo slowly began to improve and I was able to go home. 
I got a prescription and instructions on how to take my medication and how to take care of myself but if you know me, you know that I don't like to take pills unless it is absolutely necessary and I always do my research about the side effects and also natural options.
There are several ways of treating Vertigo, and I chose what I had at home: meridian balancing using microcurrent, acupuncture and essential oils. 
Now I found a new tool which I want to share with you because I know that a lot of people struggle with vertigo and constantly looking for a natural solution.

 Vertigo Causes, Symptoms, And Treatments

Is Vertigo Permanent?
Vertigo is the sensation of feeling off-balance or dizzy. It can be caused by a number of things, including inner ear infections, head injuries, migrainesblood pressure, heart rate changes, or even anxiety.
While vertigo can be a debilitating condition, it is usually not permanent. With proper diagnosis and treatment, most people are able to recover from vertigo and live normal, healthy lives. Vertigo can last for a few seconds, minutes, hours, or days. In some cases, it may come and go over time.
There are two types of vertigo: peripheral and central. Peripheral vertigo stems from an issue in the ear or vestibular system, which controls balance, while central vertigo is caused by an issue in the brain, such as a stroke or a tumour.

Peripheral Vertigo
Peripheral vertigo is caused by problems in the inner ear or vestibular nerve. This type of vertigo is usually accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Common causes include labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis. Treatment typically involves vestibular rehabilitation exercises and medications to relieve symptoms.

Central Vertigo
Central vertigo causes symptoms in parts of the brain, such as the cerebellum and brainstem. Vertigo is caused mainly by headaches and is often associated with brain tumours. If your GP thinks your central occlusion might indicate an underlying problem, they can order a diagnostic scan. Treating migraines helps reduce vertigo-causing headaches.

Symptoms of Vertigo
The main symptom of vertigo is the feeling that you or your surroundings are moving when they’re not. This sensation can be mild, moderate, or severe. Other symptoms include nausea, vomiting, sweating, fatigue, and difficulty walking or standing. 

Treatment for Vertigo
The treatment for vertigo depends on the underlying cause. For example, if vertigo is caused by an inner ear infection, the treatment will be different than if it is caused by a head injury. In most cases, vertigo can be treated with medication and/or physical therapy. In some cases, surgery may be necessary. As I mentioned previously I treated my Vertigo with meridian balancing using microcurrent, acupuncture and essential oils, but I found a very promising tool, that now has in my toolbox in case any signs of vertigo will shows up again.
Vertigo can be debilitating, but treatments are available to help relieve symptoms and improve quality of life. If you think you may be experiencing vertigo, talk to your doctor to get a proper diagnosis and treatment plan OR:
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The WAVwatch is a self-care tool that uses the power of sound therapy to help with common self-care problems and imbalances in your body (like vertigo, pain, inflammation, anxiety, cold & flu, headaches, kidney stones, and more).
Sound therapy uses acoustical frequencies that run through your body. This method for improving your immune system has been used for centuries and is extremely safe and scientifically researched. Over 1200 parents, grandparents, and kids use the WAVwatch! 

Vertigo is a common condition that many different underlying conditions can cause. In most cases, vertigo will improve with time and treatment. If you have persistent dizziness, see your doctor to rule out any serious causes.
I hope this information has been helpful. Thank you for your time!

Scientific References:
Dr. Bruce Lipton interview on sound healing:
The Effect of Music Listening on Pain, Heart Rate Variability, and Range of Motion in Older Adults After Total Knee Replacement
Effectiveness of Music Listening in Patients With Total Knee Replacement During CPM Rehabilitation
The action of Nerves is based on Sound Impulses
Music Therapy for Parkinson’s: Research & Benefits
Direct Effect of Music on Non-auditory Cells in Culture:


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