2 types one caused by inner ear imbalances. Basically it’s like a jello mold with fruit in it. When the fruit settles out of place vertigo occurs. Reset the jello mold and the vertigo changes.  The second issue is vertigo caused by pressure on the nerves. 
Most people with vertigo will have some sort of forward head posture and a rotational issue with the body. Torso rotated or hips. The head rotates to stay looking forward. 
With all of these issues, migraines, vertigo, and or headaches, the head is the last place up from the ground. To realign your head and neck for the long term, you must make sure the feet , knees, hips, and torso all realign as well. Otherwise we are focused on symptoms over root cause
Headaches, migraines, vertigo all follow the same theme. Migraines can at best be annoying and disruptive and at their worst completely debilitating. Their causes from the medical perspective aren’t fully understood. Blood flow and hormone issues seem to play a role. From our perspective, head and neck issues come down to position and alignment. Most people with headaches, migraines, and vertigo will have a forward head posture. 
This can cause tension in the muscles and neck. The tighter the muscles the harder it is for the blood to flow through. Think of a wet towel that’s wrung out. With the towel twisted there’s no room for the water. Along with the blood flow, the tense muscles are going to cause pressure around the head pulling at various points. by realigning the head, the muscles relax. 
Another layer is pressure on nerves. When the body is out of position the vertebrae will move out too pressing on nerves. This pressure can disrupt various layers of normal functioning. 
Pain is a message that something is out of place or to be cautious.

Vertigo is a symptom, rather than the condition itself. It’s that feeling you get when something or someone moves and makes noise around us; like we’re spinning at speeds different from everyone else in our environment! This can be barely noticeable (or not so severe) which means most times it won’t interfere with day-to-day tasks much but sometimes attacks come on suddenly for no reason whatsoever: making normal life impossible then too difficult because balance isn’t reliable anymore.


Those who suffer from migraines may experience four stages: prodrome, aura attack and post-drome. Not everyone will go through all these processes though some only experience one or two of them before their condition improves greatly with time. The first thing you should know about your migraine is that it can progress in a number different ways depending on how severe they are! Prodromal means “the beginning” so this stage typically starts off subtle for many people; A telltale sign would be feeling sicker than normal but not having any other symptoms just headaches.


Ménière’s disease is an uncommon condition that causes frequent episodes of vertigo.
A series of simple head movements (the Epley maneuver) can be used to treat it, and medicines like prochlorperazine or antihistamines may help at the early stages; VRT exercises are also helpful in some cases for people who suffer from dizziness and balance problems as well.

Self Care

One of the most effective ways to alleviate symptoms caused by vertigo is following these simple tips. If your doctor tells you do certain exercises, make sure they’re easy for both body and mind; avoid bending down when picking up items as this will extend necks into an uncomfortable position – instead reach up high on shelves or lean forward slightly while standing still (carefully!) if able—to get what we need without making ourselves sicker.

Fear of heights

The fear of heights and the feeling that comes with it, is not just for acrophobics. Many people have this phobia without even knowing! The medical term for these feelings associated with looking down from high places  is “acrofanophobia”.

Diagnosing Vertigo

Sometimes people don’t know what’s wrong with them. That can happen if you’ve never had anything like this before or have recently developed new symptoms that are suspicious for something else but could also just be coincidence. Your GP will ask about any unusual health problems and do some simple tests to help diagnose the problem quickly so it gets treated as soon possible.

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