Vertigo Treatment at Home: A Complete Guide

Did you know that 40% of adults in the United States experience vertigo at least once in their lifetime? If you are struggling with dizziness or spinning because of vertigo, we have put together this short guide to help you out. There are a few options for vertigo treatment at home that you can try.

Read on to see if one of these vertigo treatment exercises helps with your symptoms.

  • Epley Maneuver

This is a technique that you can do at home, and it is recommended by physical therapists or reputable chiropractors such as Upper Cervical of Sioux Falls. If your symptoms occur from the left side and left ear you can try this maneuver before bed every night until you resolve your vertigo symptoms.

First, sit on the edge of your bed and turn your head 45 degrees to the left. Then, lie down quickly with your head facing up at a 45-degree angle and maintain this position for 30 seconds. Turn your head halfway to the right without raising it for another 30 seconds.

Then, turn your head and your entire body to the right side while you look downward for 30 seconds. Lastly, sit up slowly and remain sitting for a few minutes.

If your vertigo starts on the right side in the right ear, follow these directions but in reverse.

  • Semont-Toupet Maneuver

You will first sit upright on a flat surface with a pillow behind you and with your legs stretched out. Then, lie down and turn to your right while you look to your left side then look up. Next, sit up quickly and turn to your left side while you keep your head facing the left side.

Slowly return to your starting position and look forward while you sit straight up.

Ready to Try These Vertigo Treatment at Home Options?

Hopefully, now that you have our list of Vertigo treatment at home options, you can try them out and relieve the uncomfortable symptoms that come with vertigo.

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