Vertigo refers to a feeling of whirling in which a person senses that either his own body or the environment is spinning, according to WebMD. Changing the position of the head usually triggers vertigo. Symptoms include t... More »

Treatment of vertigo depends on its cause. Vertigo often resolves without treatment, but vestibular rehabilitation can be used to strengthen the body, as stated by WebMD. More »

Vertigo is commonly caused by problems in the inner ear, according to WebMD. One of the most common causes of vertigo is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, which is a condition that causes small calcium particles to b... More »

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