If you’re dealing with vertigo, here are 7 home remedies for you

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Vertigo is a sensation of spinning dizziness that is capable of making everyday normal tasks look like Godlike jobs. Nausea and dizziness coming from vertigo may be caused because of something not right in the inner ear. Associated nausea and dizziness can trigger a weak and vulnerable sensation.

You should know that these offered home remedies are going to buy you some time only, with that in mind, you should see some doctors as soon as possible because only they can provide an effective treatment. Anyways, here are 7 home remedies that can offer temporary relief from vertigo.

1. Sleep.

When you are dealing with a vertigo attack, make sure to take a nap because your body can focus more on itself when it’s resting. Vertigo will most likely be gone as soon as you wake up.

2. Acupressure.

The body is full of pressure points that have different effects. They can be activated when there’s a pressure applied to them. The pressure point that can provide relief from vertigo is Pericardium 6 or simply P6 (it exists between the 2 arm tendons, or simply three finger-widths under the wrist).

3. Hydrogen peroxide.

Hydrogen peroxide can be used to treat vertigo by lying down and applying a good amount of it on a cotton ball, then putting it on your ear and allowing the hydrogen peroxide to drip into your ear until it’s full. Make sure to wait for 10 minutes until you hear popping noises, then you can drain out the hydrogen peroxide and vertigo should be part of history.

4. Ginger.

Until now, there aren’t many pieces of research conducted on herbs for vertigo. However, ginger can offer some kind of relief. All you have to do is to get ginger in a capsule form and chew on it raw, or you can make ginger tea if you want by slicing ginger root and steeping it in boiling water for 10 minutes, then add honey for a sweet taste.

5. Ginkgo.

Ginkgo Biloba is another herb that has some kind of effect on vertigo. All you have to do is to take 60 mg of the herb two to three times a day.

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