Imagine waking up from your sleep with your arms flailing and screaming because you feel like you are falling from a tall building. You then realize it was a dream but somehow you still have the same sensation while lying in bed. Couple that with the feeling of being dizzy and nausceous. That is vertigo. This feeling of being dizzy will affect your everyday normal routine because it makes it difficult to even walk or drive. Day to day living is now a struggle. The good news is that our Fort Lauderdale chiropractor can help to improve your condition. It is difficult to get information about what exactly is causing your vertigo, and therefore, what the best available treatments may be. Below are some common causes of Vertigo as well as explain how chiropractic treatment can help you to find relief.
Vertigo is often triggered by a change in the position of your head. An example is when you are laying down versus sitting upright.
The sensation is almost easily described as being seasick on a rocking boat or being on a roller caoster. People have described it as feeling like they are:
Along with the feeling of being in constant motion, there are other symptoms such as:
Symptoms can last a few minutes to a few hours or more and may come and go.
There are variety of different causes for vertigo. At times it can be caused by a severe underlying issue. It is of vital importance to be examined by a medical professional to determine the source of your symptoms. Common causes of vertigo include:
Vertigo most commonly starts with issues involving the head, inner ear, and spine. These are the areas that help the body maintain balance. Vertigo is a disruption in the signals sent from the nerves of the spine to the brain. When these signals become distorted they result in the symptoms of dizziness.
Chiropractic treatment is a safe approach to overcoming many of the causes of Vertigo. Our chiropractor will perform a thorough evaluation to discover the cause of your vertigo and determine the most appropriate treatment methods. People find that the adjustments they receive from their chiropractor are all that it takes to stabilize the nervous system function and completely cure their vertigo. Call today to consult with a chiropractor in Fort Lauderdale today on how you can find relief from your vertigo.