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[29 Jan 2010 | 17 Comments | ]
The Treatment of Vertigo and Dizziness

Are you a vertigo or dizziness sufferer? Chances are you’ve been for treatment with little success, either that or this is your first episode.  Well this blog is for you.  I’m a practitioner that focuses on the treatment of vertigo and dizziness, and this is where I share my expertise to help you get better faster.  You’ll find articles on the various types of vertigo and dizziness, and as the blog expands I hope to add self-help programmes that you can use at home to treat your symptoms.
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Featured, Labyrinthitis »

[29 Jan 2010 | 9 Comments | ]
Symptoms of Viral Labyrinthitis (aka. Vestibular Neuritis)

Today I’m going to discuss viral labyrinthitis or vestibular neuritis as it is also known. Like other causes of vertigo and dizziness a good understanding of the condition you are suffering from is important both to assist you in recovery and is relieving the anxiety that you naturally feel with a problem such as this.

Featured, Meniere's Disease »

[12 Jan 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
What causes your Meniere’s Disease symptoms?

In this post I’m going to talk about what causes Meniere’s disease.  It’s important to know what causes the problem that you are suffering from as often when you have that understanding it can place you in a better position to take action to prevent or manage the progression of your condition.  So in a nutshell, with Meniere’s Disease there is a problem with the absorption of a certain fluid in your inner ear. This causes a build up of pressure and eventually a rupture. The rupture causes your episodes of …

BPPV, Featured »

[12 Jan 2010 | No Comment | ]
What causes your Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) symptoms?

In this post I’m going to talk about what causes BPPV.  I think it’s important to know what causes the symptoms you are suffering from as then you can take action to manage the progression of your condition. 
In a nutshell, BPPV is caused by loose crystals in your inner ear that have slipped into a part of the ear called the semicircular canals.  These crystals then move when you move, causing abnormal currents in the fluid of the ears, which produces vertigo.
Your ears have three parts, the external, middle and inner parts.  The …