The thing about Vertigo is you just can't ignore it. It might only happen once or it might be a reccurring condition. This condition, which happens in your inner ear, causes your Vestibular System to dysfunction in the vestibular system. That's the part of the inner ear which helps you to keep your balance and recognize spatial orientation.
Causes of Vertigo
Now that you know more about this condition, you probably want to know what causes it. Here's a list of conditions that may be causing that spinning sensation:
1.Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo
Only a small percentage of people suffer from vertigo, but it can affect anyone at any age. Sometimes it happens because a person stands too quickly or because of a car accident. Those times, it may only last for a few minutes or hours, but sometimes it can be a permanent condition caused by one of the above mentioned injuries due to an upper cervical injury.
Those who suffer from vertigo should seek the care of an upper cervical chiropractor who can restore proper communication between the brain and the body. It only takes a misalignment of one fourth of a millimeter in the upper cervical spine to lead to cause a miscommunication between the brain and the body due to pressure on the brainstem. That miscommunication can lead to various health problems such as vertigo and more. Though the body's communication system can be restored by seeking out the care of an upper cervical chiropractor, so they can examine your upper neck vertebrae for any misalignments that may be the underlying cause of your Vertigo or other health problems.