One of the most common complaints: Vertigo
Vertigo is the second most common complaint the doctor hears in a clinic. Vertigo is a feeling like everything is spinning around you or your head is spinning with dizziness or lightheadedness and unsteadiness. It can also be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, hearing loss and altered consciousness. Dizziness can last from a few seconds to minutes or longer.
Some possible causes of dizziness are:
- benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).
- Taking certain medications
- inner ear problems
- Circulatory problems
- Certain medical conditions, such as anemia, migraines, or anxiety
- motion sickness
- Head injuries
- Certain illnesses such as a cold
Home remedy against dizziness
Certain foods and nutrients can help relieve symptoms of dizziness.
Dehydration is a common cause of dizziness. If you feel tired, thirsty, rarely urinate when you feel dizzy, try to drink water and stay hydrated.
Ginger can help relieve symptoms of motion sickness and dizziness. It can also help treat nausea in pregnant women. You can take ginger in many forms. Add fresh or ground ginger to your diet, drink ginger tea, or take ginger supplements.
However, you should always consult your doctor before taking any type of supplement, even if it is natural. Supplements can interfere with other diseases or medications you are taking.
Taking vitamin C may reduce the dizziness associated with Meniere's disease. Foods rich in vitamin C include:
- Bell peppers
Vitamin E can help maintain the elasticity of your blood vessels. This can help prevent circulatory problems. Vitamin E is found in:
- Wheat germ
Vitamin D can positively influence blood pressure
If your doctor thinks you have anemia, he or she may recommend that you take in more iron. Iron is found in foods such as:
- red meat
- dark leafy vegetables
Homeopathic medicines for vertigo:
- Belladonna: The person may show a tendency to fall on the left side or backwards. The dizziness may also be accompanied by a headache that improves with pressure.
- Gelsemium: Extreme vertigo with blurred vision and heaviness of the eyelids. There is difficulty walking with a loss of balance.
- Cocculus: Dizziness with nausea and vomiting. Dizziness while riding in a car or bus.
- Conium: Usually suitable for elderly people who suffer from dizziness. Dizziness when lying down, turning sideways, or moving the eyes.
- Bryonia: Dizziness when moving the head or changing position, which improves when the head is at absolute rest. It may also be associated with nausea and vomiting.
- Pulsatilla: Effective remedy for women suffering from vertigo. Dizziness worsens with suppressed or delayed menstruation. Dizziness improves with open, fresh air.
Talk to your doctor before you start taking any remedy for dizziness.
Natural medicines against dizziness in Pharmasana Online Shop
Here at Pharmasana Online Shop you will find a wide range of natural remedies for dizziness. You can conveniently order the remedies online and take them at home. We wish you a good recovery.