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The correct treatment for vertigo varies with the underlying cause, and in some cases no treatment is necessary because the brain adapts to changes in the inner ear, notes WebMD. In cases that require treatment, vestibul... More »

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Vestibular suppressants and anti-emetic drugs, such as Antivert and Ativan, are commonly used drugs for treating vertigo, according to the American Hearing Research Foundation. There are several medical treatments for ve... More »

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Foods that cause migraine-related dizziness or vertigo include chocolate, red wine, meats that are canned or cured in processing, cheese, and MSG, according to the University of California Irvine Department of Otolaryngo... More »

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Standard treatment for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is therapeutic movement of the head and body to teach the brain to compensate for vertigo or to move obstructive particles out of the inner ear. The movements c... More »

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