What are the symptoms of Vertigo/how is it treated?
Not Medical Advice: Vertigo is the feeling that you or your surroundings are moving or spinning. Additional symptoms include vomiting or nausea, sweating, or abnormal eye movements.
Vertigo has several causes, some of which include inner ear and brain problems. The most common type of vertigo is caused by a sudden movement of the head and is rarely serious. Other causes include inner ear infections, tumors, bleeding on the brain, multiple sclerosis, and head trauma. Migraines may also cause vertigo in some cases. Vertigo must be diagnosed by a doctor.
The treatment will depend on the cause. Antibiotics are used to treat infections, while surgery may be necessary in cases caused by a tumor.