Causes of dizziness include infections, Meniere's disease, Dandy's syndrome and benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, according to WebMD. Other causes include side effects of medication, motion sickness and inner ear dis... More »

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Typical causes of dizziness include medication effects, alcohol and problems with the inner ear. Other causes include fluid buildup in the ear, called Meniere’s disease, a benign growth on the nerves between the brain an... More »

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Dizziness, also called vertigo, is a symptom of an ear infection, according to WebMD. An inner ear infection is caused by a virus that typically goes away on its own within one to six weeks. More »

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Causes of buzzing in the ear, known as tinnitus, include ear infections, foreign objects or wax in the ear, hearing loss from loud noises, and Meniere's disease, according to MedlinePlus. High blood pressure, allergies a... More »

Common causes of sudden dizziness include benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, inner-ear inflammation, blood pressure drops, structural inner-ear abnormalities and anxiety disorders, explains Mayo Clinic. Other potentia... More »

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Paroxysmal positional vertigo, a condition that can develop as a person ages or after suffering a head injury, causes dizziness after bending, according to the National Institutes of Health. The inner ear contains minute... More »

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Causes of dizziness include blood pressure fluctuations, inner ear disturbances and nerve damage in the legs, explains Mayo Clinic. Dizziness accompanied by visual disturbances or speech problems may indicate a stroke or... More »

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