Vertigo is the sensation of spinning or motion when none is actually present. Many people who suffer from vertigo refer to the condition as dizziness. However, general dizziness is a feeling of lightheadedness rather than a false feeling of motion. Let’s take a look at some contrasting methods of coping with this condition and how the conventional and natural vertigo relief differ from each other.
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A number of different types of medication are used to assist vertigo sufferers. These include:
The fact is that none of these medications are specifically designed to treat vertigo and that all they really do is try to provide symptomatic relief. Thus, these medications don't provide natural vertigo relief. Instead, they offer temporary help at best. That is not to mention the side effects that may be caused by taking these powerful drugs (benzodiazepines are particularly addictive).
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If you want to avoid pharmaceuticals, upper cervical chiropractic may be an option for natural vertigo relief. It can help reduce the frequency or severity of vertigo. A number of studies back this up. For example:
At the Besso Clinic, we use the Blair upper cervical method to help our patients see similar results.
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