What is visual vertigo?

Answer Visual vertigo is an effect of some balance disorders that causes an individual to become dizzy or disoriented in certain surroundings. There are a number of triggers that can cause an individual t... Read More »

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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 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 »

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 causing my vertigo?

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 »