Dizziness: Is Medication My Only Solution?

Vertigo, Dizzy, Spinning, MenieresIt is estimated that more than 15 percent of the general population experiences dizziness each year.  In older age groups, as much as 40% of people experience dizziness. Dizziness may be described by any of the following sensations:

  • A false sense of spinning or motion
  • Unsteadiness or loss of balance
  • Lightheadedness or feeling faint
  • A feeling of floating, wooziness, or heavy-headedness

The doctor will find out what is causing the symptoms and in some cases recommend any of the following medications: water pill, antihistamines, anti-nausea, anti-anxiety, or injections with antibiotics in the ear.  According to the National Institute of Health, more than half of all Americans who are insured are taking prescriptions medications regularly for conditions like dizziness and other chronic conditions.  What is important to understand is how medications are developed and how they work inside the body.

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When a medication is in the testing phase, they are given to adult males between the ages of 25 and 50.  If you are a woman, child, or in the elderly category, this medication will most likely interact with your body in a different way than those who are used to test the medication to determine dosage.  The reality is that you may be taking another medication for a cold, asthma, back pain, or other conditions, and there is very little if any research to understand how the new medication will impact your health.  If you have to take medication, you should evaluate the risk and evaluate if this is the best decision for you. Each and every one of us is different, which makes taking medications just as risky as not taking medication.

Dr. Geoff Besso, owner of Besso Clinic in Stow, Ohio, is one of 250 upper cervical specialists worldwide who utilize a natural approach to helping your body function better that has been proven to help many conditions, including dizziness. By correcting the upper cervical problem, the risk is minimized, and the benefits are larger. Dr. Besso understands that each individual is unique, and with his scientific and specialized method, it is unlikely for any two patients to receive the same relief approach.


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Stow, Ohio 44224
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