Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is vertigo?
Vertigo is a disease characterized by a spinning sensation. Millions of people around the world are suffering from the condition.
While it doesn’t cause unbearable pain for every person, it does have an impact on how you live. It negatively affects the quality of life.
That is why people who suffer from it are looking for answers. Hopefully, this website can provide them with what they need.
For more information about vertigo and how to get rid of it, kindly refer to this post: How to Get Rid of Vertigo: The Ultimate Guide.
2. What’s the difference between vertigo and dizziness?
Vertigo is more serious than dizziness. It leads to a feeling of uneasiness, nausea, and vomiting, even when a person is standing still.
Dizziness, on the other hand, is a fleeting feeling of uneasiness due to an activity that is apparently causing the lightheadedness. For example, a person in a rocky boat is feeling dizzy.
It’s understandable to be confused whether what you have is vertigo or dizziness. The symptoms are the same, after all. Spinning sensation, lightheadedness, etc.
To learn more about vertigo and dizziness, feel free to check out this post: How to Know Which One Is Your Illness: Vertigo or Dizziness?
3. Can you cure vertigo permanently?
Yes and no. Let’s elaborate on this.
Yes if your vertigo is not serious and hasn’t caused permanent damage to other systems in your body.
On the flip side…
No, you can’t cure vertigo permanently, especially if you have an underlying condition. If, for example, you’re suffering from a chronic illness like Multiple Sclerosis, vertigo may negatively impact your life for years.
For more information on this matter, Vertigo, Multiple Sclerosis, and Propranolol: Why Should You Consider Giving Up Propranolol When You Have Vertigo and MS? is a post you would want to check out.
4. What will happen if I don’t do anything to treat my vertigo?
As mentioned, vertigo does not cause unbearable pain. And for this reason, some people choose to look past this and move on with their lives.
Their mindset? Having vertigo is not the end of the world.
True. Technically, it isn’t the end of the world. A person can still live his life even if he is suffering from vertigo.
However, it is not recommended to just “move on”. If you sense that you have vertigo, you should consider consulting with your doctor. For all you know, you may be suffering from a life-threatening condition behind the vertigo.
So to help you do something, take the time to check out this post: How to Get Rid of Vertigo: The Ultimate Guide.
5. Are there any products that I can buy to help me with my vertigo?
There is an assortment of products that you can get your hands on to help you get rid of your vertigo. Usually, you can buy them at the nearest pharmacy and grocery store.
Some products, for example this mattress, can be found at department stores.
You can also buy them on Amazon. Feel free to check out the shop so you can see a list of items that you can easily buy on Amazon.
6. Can I find you on social media networks like Facebook?
Vertigo Home Remedies is on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
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