The VERTIGO experience is probably one of the most awful things on the planet!! If you’ve ever experienced your whole world spinning out of control to the point of vomiting, you know it’s the WORST! I’m talking worse than your college days bed spinning overindulgence in alcohol!
You try to lift your head off the pillow and puke. You try to walk and bounce off of the walls with extreme imbalance. Forget eating, driving, or living your life AT ALL. Mild cases can just make you feel nauseous and hot all the time. Unable to think clearly, etc. Now imagine going through this for weeks on end!
Well, I have experienced this, and so have a few of my clients. Several things can bring a case of vertigo:
- C1/C2 Subluxation (damage to the vertebrae in the neck and spine)
- Adrenal Fatigue/Exhaustion
- Inner Ear Infection
- Virus that affects the brain
- Mineral imbalance
- Tiny Ear Rocks have been dislodged (Yes! We all have rocks in our heads)
- All of the ABOVE!
Here are a few things that helped:
- Clean Diet (no sugar/gluten)
- Antiviral herbs (St. Johns Wort, Ginko, Desiccated Adrenal (if adrenal), Bilberry, Echinacea Premium, Andrographis, Vascular Care, Trace Minerals B-12)
- Motion Sickness drugs (meclizine, scopolamine patch)
- Anti-Nausea (ginger & chamomile) or meds
- Epley Maneuver (resets the tiny rocks in our ears)
My experience back in 2004 was literally all of the things! I had crashed my head in a sporting accident, was riddled with candida, ate sugar and gluten (back then), AND had a bacterial/viral infection that affected my inner ear and brain. Chiropractic care, neurophysical therapy, clean diet, and all the herbs and the meds FINALLY set me on the healing path. Vertigo is NO JOKE!
Here are a few blurbs from clients that have recently had the unfortunate experience of Vertigo:
You won’t believe this. I had an appointment with an Ear Nose and Throat doctor regarding the continued symptoms of Vertigo. After running the tests the doc said that I had the unfortunate luck of catching a virus that attacked a part of my brain. Good news is that my brain can recover but it will take time and therapy to put it back on track. I’m so glad I made this appointment. You called it correctly from the start!!!
– Rosie Castaneda
Meclizine didn’t even touch it and they had to put me on a scopolamine patch was the only thing that game me relief until the maneuvers kick in.
– Dawn Daley
If you have the unfortunate experience of vertigo, contact me and I can muscle test you for some of the best symptom relief.
Medical Disclaimer: What I’ve shared with you here is not intended to be a substitute for a medical diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. Always seek the advice of your physician with any questions you may have regarding medical conditions.