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03-14-2007, 01:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Brandi View Post
I've actually had vertigo

And it is an inner ear infection. Don't believe everything you read on the web, especially in .. wincyclopedia or something

Mine wasn't as severe, but I was given exercises to get rid of it. It bothered me twice last year, and the 2nd time, I went to the chiropracter, along with doing the exercises.

Vertigo is like grains of grass, with little pebbles in them. When the grains are not moving, and the pebbles are stagnant, it creates that unbalanced feeling.

You know when you have vertigo. It's not lightheaded and dizziness that causes it. When you turn your head, the room spins. That in turn, creates an upset stomach and naseau

He can absolutely get through this... and you can do everything you want to do , as long as your body lets you. It can take a month or more, so obviously the timing is not good.

Just a little info for ya

Thanks for the info Brandi

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