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Fixing Vertigo: A new solution for BPPV — 15 Comments

  1. The beginning of the video had me off the chair and crouching on the floor. It was most emphatically NOT FUN.

    However, after click-forwarding past the nausea-inducing start, the rest of it is interesting. have made notes for next time the vertigo hits. Pretty much anything is worth trying (apart from eating raw snails) when it hits.

  2. Hey Holly,

    I’m quite happy to hear you found a cure that works for you. On another note, I discovered a wicked get idea for a science-fiction story in one of the replies. Thank you.
    I hope no one thinks me heartless for that. I would never wish someone harm to write a good story however, when an idea pops up in my twisted brain I’d like to run with it till it dies.

  3. Thank you, Holly, for sharing this. I had BPPV a number of years ago, too. I was driving, just turned my head and boom. Had to pull over and call my husband to come get me. I learned about the other movement treatments. But the car/sea sickness medication helped a little and mine went away after a couple of weeks.I bookmarked this treatment in case it ever comes back.

  4. Got dizzy a couple times this year, not typical. May try this if it happens again – thanks.

    Related: recently found out hearing loss changes balance at least partly because you can’t hear your own footsteps.

  5. So glad you found an effective route to relief! (And if any of us or our loved ones have a similar problem, now we know what to do about it.)

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