- Problem focusing the eyes.
- Hearing loss in one or both ears.
- Loss of balance (may cause falls)
- Ringing in the ears.
- Nausea and vomiting, leading to loss of body fluids.
How can vertigo go away?
Most people with vertigo get better without treatment. Treatment will depend on the cause. A GP might prescribe antibiotics if it’s caused by an infection. You could also be given exercises to do to try to correct your balance.
Is vertigo a serious thing?
Is vertigo a serious condition? Vertigo can be scary but the condition itself isn’t considered serious. However, vertigo can be linked to other potentially serious health conditions. That’s why you should inform your healthcare provider if you experience recurrent or prolonged vertigo attacks.
What cures vertigo fast?
- Start in a sitting position.
- Rapidly lie down toward the affected side and hold for one to two minutes.
- Turn your head quickly 45 degrees toward the ceiling and hold for two minutes.
- Sit back upright.