Vertigo is not at all an illness it's a symptom, rather than a condition itself or a sensation that anyone gets in which the environment around them is assumed to be moving or spinning. The most common symptoms of vertigo are feeling nauseated, Vomiting, abnormal eye movements, Headache, Sweating, Ringing in the ears or hearing loss and loss of balance.
Vertigo is habitually caused by an inner ear problem. According to the research done 93% of the people who face vertigo are caused because of the following reasons….
• Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) where tiny calcium crystals enter into the inner ear.
• Meniere's disease which is an inner ear disorder that is caused by a build-up of fluid resulting in hearing loss or ringing in the ears.
• Vestibular neuritis is caused due to the inflammation of the vestibular nerve.
Stress is considered to be the main event that causes Vertigo. The individual suffering from blood pressure variation, migraine, diabetes issues, stroke, heart-related problems, depression, and anxiety can get vertigo.
Vertigo can happen at any age but more often it occurs in people aged 65 and more. It may last long or may vanish at any time and it is considered to be not harmful.