According to the Mayo Clinic Staff there can be many causes to dizziness!
Dizziness has many possible causes, including inner ear disturbance, motion sickness and medication effects. Sometimes it's caused by an underlying health condition, such as poor circulation, infection or injury.
The way dizziness makes you feel and your triggers provide clues for possible causes. How long the dizziness lasts and any other symptoms you have also help pinpoint the cause.
There is no doubt that your neck and back can shift out of alignment and cause neurological issues, poor circulation, inner ear imbalances these secondary affects may be fixable.
If your body has shifted out of alignment -- and caused you symptoms such as dizziness or vertigo we may EXPECT --- if you shift back into alignment your symptoms or secondary effects/affects should go away. The very causes of your symptoms can be due to your body's alignment.
Cause and effect/affect.
If any of these statements relate to you -- Contact our office and speak to the Doctor immediately. Call 561-571-2468
Statements of potential concern:
Why do I get dizzy?
Why do I get dizzy when I stand up or lay down?
Why do I get dizzy when I eat?
Why do I get dizzy when I lay down?
Why do I get dizzy spells?
Why do I get dizzy when I look up or down?
Why do I get dizzy and nauseous?
Why do I get dizzy when I stand up?
How can I get rid of dizziness?
How can I get rid of feeling dizzy?
Again, if any of these statements apply to you or your loved ones -- call our office and speak with our doctor.