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Home Remedies for Dizziness



Home remedies for dizziness include the intake of ginger, vaccinations like doxylamine, stress relief, sleep salt, pepper, vinegar and mustard that are easily available for cooking purposes in a number of forms.

Dizziness can make you feel unsteady and lightheaded. Simple exercises can help you get rid of dizziness, and if you are suffering from problems like ear infections, flu, or viral infections, curing these conditions first will subsequently cure your dizziness.

Dizziness is also described as vertigo in various places and situation. People facing this particular health problem often feel light headed or unsteady. Oftentimes, they visit a number of specialists according to Mayoclinic, but fail to solve the problem. There are several opinions about the cause of dizziness and the diagnosis is sometimes quite difficult, but low blood pressure is one of the most common causes. If there is a problem in your nervous system, you might experience dizziness as a symptom. There are times when eating too little will give rise to dizziness. If you have just started wearing a new pair of glasses and are experiencing dizziness right after wearing them for a period of time, an incorrect prescription might be to blame. Those are some of the most basic and easily reconcilable causes of dizziness, but it can also be a sign of something much more serious.

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These more dangerous causes can stem from heart problems, potential for stroke or rapidly fluctuating blood pressure. Sometimes, doctors even consider brain tumors as the underlying reason for dizziness, although it is exceedingly rare. Some tests that are conducted to diagnose dizziness are MRIs, CT scans, blood pressure tests, electrocardiograms, hearing tests, and various other neurological tests.

All of that being said, these more serious causes are far more rare, so you can often solve your problems of dizziness or vertigo at home with simple remedies.

Home Remedies for Dizziness

Some of the home remedies that can help dizziness are as follows:

Simple Exercises: Some at-home exercises can be performed to effectively handle dizziness. These are easy exercises that include moving your eyeballs in every direction, moving your neck clockwise and anti-clockwise and visual fixation practices. Standing exercises include blinking your eyes rapidly while staring at a fixed point, as well as continuously sitting and standing.

There are some walking exercises that can help as well. These include walking with your eyes closed and open, tandem walking, walking up a steep surface and staring at a particular point while walking. Repeat these exercises at least three times a day. It is extremely vital that medicines should be minimized when trying these natural exercises. As long as you regularly work on this exercise routine, there shouldn’t be any need to take those medications. There have been many cases where consistently using these exercises have helped eliminate the problems of dizziness.

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Treatment of Other Diseases Causing Dizziness: There are several diseases that manifest as dizziness and curing them will help with dizziness as well. Ear infections should be treated quickly, because dizziness is a very common problem until the infection is completely cured. Other ailments like flu, viral and various respiratory diseases can also cause dizziness.

Liquids: Liquids can be a big help in treating this irritating problem. You should always drink plenty of water and fresh fruit juices, because dehydration can make you feel faint, dizzy or lightheaded. However, it is a good idea to avoid sugary drinks like  soda when trying to relieve your dizziness issues.

Mustard and Salt: Mix salt, pepper, vinegar and mustard in equal proportions. Drink the mixture along with a full glass of water. This helps to increase the blood circulation and keeps you steady on your feet!

Lemons: Prepare a mixture of lemon extract, a pinch of salt, black pepper and water. Drink it to get rid of dizziness.

Massage: Massages have soothing effects and can release tension and stress successfully. It also improves the blood circulation to all parts of the body, including the brain. More specifically, a lavender massage can help you eliminate dizziness.

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Apple Cider Vinegar:  A mixture of honey and some apple cider vinegar also work wonders in curing dizziness.

Yogurt: Yogurt is a great home remedy for dizziness. It will work even better if you mix it with the peels of various fruits.

Almonds and Pumpkin Seeds: Take approximately 3 tablespoons of wheat, 10-12 almonds and some pumpkin seeds and soak the mixture over night in water. The following day, grind them finely to make a paste. Now, add some cloves to this paste. Boil the mixture with milk. You can add some sugar as well to make it more appetizing. If you consume this mixture regularly for a few days, this home remedy can provide long-lasting relief from dizziness.

Amla: Amla is another great natural remedy for dizziness. You can soak amla and coriander overnight, then take it the following morning to find some relief and get back on your feet with confidence!

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References: Mayoclinic

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