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I am having vertigo since the last few months. I had two episodes ,in nov which lasted for 5 days and resolved when taking vertin and one again in dec. Consulted a ent .then I had corona by end dec. And my vertigo has stopped till now. I am unable to lie down .turning any side is a night mare. Have headache and mild backpain. I have been diagnosed with bbpv and vestibular migraine by the ent. I am. On high medication but still I am getting vertigo .unable to lie down feel weak and tired. Kindly help.

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It seems to be due to some spondylitic changes in cervical spine do neck back and shoulder exercises daily do eyes exercise regularly take tab cinzan dt 25 mg 1 twice a day tab trinerve lc 1 perday tab voveran sr 75 mg 1 perday all for 7 days send me follow up regularly nothing to worry.
Dear lybrate-user, relax and calm down. Please do not self medicate. Your problem is bppv a condition cured by particle repositioning maneuvures .medication has no role to play at all, so please consult a good ent specialist so that the fore-mentioned maneuvures can be carried out. Sincerely.
1. Take adequate night sleep 2. Eat at regular intervals. As starvation/gas can trigger migrain 3. Avoid things that can trigger migrain. Common triggers include alcohol, caffeine or poor sleep. Inculcate good sleep practices like having a regular bedtime schedule and avoiding naps, caffeine and tv before bedtime. 4. Don't take stress- pursue an enjoyable activity or verbalising frustration to reduce stress and improve mental health. 5. Avoid foods that you know triggers your migrain. 6. Hot packs and heating pads can relax tense muscles. Warm showers or baths may have a similar effect 7. Drink water. “dehydration can be a big cause of headaches,” for this homeopathic treatment is very effective for more details you can consult me.
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