To begin with, it is important to note that vertigo is not a condition but rather a symptom of other health conditions. It is the feeling that you or the things in your environment are spinning about. It can be barely noticeable, or it can be so severe it causes you to have to sit or lie down until the spinning feeling passes. You may find it impossible to keep your balance or do your everyday routine tasks. Attacks of vertigo can come on suddenly, without warning. They can last a few seconds or much longer. With severe vertigo cases, your symptoms may be consistent and last for several days. This can make living your life very difficult. Along with vertigo, it is common to experience other symptoms:
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Upper cervical chiropractors use a technique that encourages the bones to move back into place without the need to pop or crack the neck or back. This method is based on scientific measurements and precise adjustments tailored to each patient. Once the bones are back in place and proper communication is restored between the brain and body, vertigo often improves or even goes away completely.
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