1) Drink ice cold water – Don’t be fooled by the simplicity of this method. It works for many people. So try it out and if it doesn’t work for you, no harm done. Next time you feel dizzy/vertigo, just fill up a glass of cold water (even add some ice cubes) and drink up.
2) Ginger tea is another thing that helps many people when vertigo and dizziness show up. Add a few very thin slices of ginger into a cup. Boil water and fill up the cup. Let sit for a few minutes and then drink while still hot.
3) Almond and pumpkin seed mix – this one is a little more complicated and requires preparation but is very effective. Soak 9 almonds, 1/4 cup pumpkin seeds and 3 tablespoons of wheat in water overnight. Let the water just cover the mix. The next day grind everything into a paste. Add two cloves and mix well. Finally, add a cup of milk and boil for 5 minutes. Drink up.
At least one of those drinks should help improve your vertigo/dizziness. But unfortunately they won’t cure you. For that, you must tackle the underlying cause for the vertigo.
I’ve helped thousands of people throughout the years overcome vertigo. What I’ve found is that everyone had the same underlying cause. That is a tension in the muscles around the balance system in the ears and eyes.
To tackle the vertigo issue, I developed a simple set of exercises that strengthen and loosen up these delicate muscles. The vertigo exercises are very easy to learn and take no physical effort. So anyone can do them.
This post is from the Vertigo and Dizziness Program, which was created by Christian Goodman. This is an all-natural system that utilizes the power of exercises to permanently cure your vertigo and dizziness. This will help to eliminate tension and improve your blood flow and balance.
From this Vertigo Relief Program, you will learn to strengthen your tongue, achieve whole-body balance, relieve tension and enhance your overall well-being.