What is causing my vertigo?

Answer Vertigo is a sensation of movement or perceived movement of surroundings when there is no actual movement. It often results in feelings of spinning, whirling or falling. Vertigo can cause balancin... Read More »

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What is situational vertigo?

Situational vertigo is also known as positional vertigo or benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). This form of vertigo is not considered serious, according to the Mayo Clinic.VertigoVertigo i... Read More »

What Is the Meaning of Vertigo?

Vertigo is a sensation where someone may feel dizzy, faint, lightheaded or unsteady. It can be caused by issues with the inner ear or a neurological problem in the brain. According to the National ... Read More »

What is positional vertigo?

Positional vertigo (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo) is a condition that affects how the inner ear communicates information about position to the brain. It is the most common reason for the fe... Read More »

What Is Rotational Vertigo?

The sensation of spinning or rotating when a person is not actually spinning or rotating is clinically referred to as rotational vertigo. A person can experience vertigo when she feels she is spinn... Read More »