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Vertigo - Re-balancing act

Vertigo can occur for a variety of reasons. Among the triggers are so-called motion sickness, low or high blood pressure, arteriosclerosis or disorders of the inner ear.
Make sure that you get the cause evaluated and treated!

If you are prone to bouts of dizziness, ensure a balanced life-style:
Ensure you get enough sleep, regular and healthy meals, and plenty of exercise in the open air. Don't involve yourself in excessive nervous tension and help blood to flow to your brain by doing relaxation exercises and loosening up your neck muscles.

If driving becomes agonizing
Travel sickness is also known as seasickness. It is defined as nausea with dizziness and vomiting brought on by using a means of transportation (such as a bus, car or ship). Motion sickness is caused by conflicting input from the eyes and the sense of balance in the inner ear: During a cruise for example, the organ of balance perceives the motion of the sea waves, whilst the eyes register no motion, as the ship is not moving relative to the observer. This conflicting input is processed incorrectly by the brain; the response is dizziness which may even result in vomiting.

Following consultation with your doctor, alternative practitioner or pharmacist, you may wish to use VERTIGOPAS® Drops to help relieve dizziness.

Before taking a trip:
You can also take the homeopathic drug VERTIGOPAS® Drops half an hour before a trip. In severe cases, take the product for two days before a trip.

  • Get fresh air during your trip (periodically open the car window, take regular breaks)
  • Sit straight behind the front axle in a bus (you will feel the least motion)
  • Look at the horizon
  • Eat light foods
  • Entertain yourself or your child(ren)
  • Drink plenty of fluids (preferably still water if possible)

Homeopathic drug for dizziness

  • Aged 1 and above
  • lactose free