Don’t let your head spin. Here are 7 home remedies to combat vertigo

Vertigo, the dizziness and nausea caused by something going wrong in the inner ear, can make even the simplest tasks seem daunting. When the nausea and dizziness strike, you feel weak and helpless, wishing only for a solution.

Home remedies should not replace seeking medical advice from a doctor, but you may find that adding them to what the doctor recommends will help provide vertigo relief. The following seven remedies can be done from the comfort of your home and are quite simple.
1. Sleep. According to Vertigo Treatment, one of the best things for a person having a vertigo attack is to take a nap. Often, the vertigo is gone when they awaken.
2. Acupressure. Because napping isn’t always an option, Modern Reflexology says to apply pressure to the P6, also known as Pericardium 6. It’s located between the two tendons of the arm, three finger-widths below the wrist.
3. Hydrogen peroxide.Vertigo Treatment recommends using hydrogen peroxide to treat vertigo. Put a lot of hydrogen peroxide on a cotton ball and lie down. Place the cotton ball on your ear and let the peroxide drip into it until it is full. Wait five or 10 minutes until any popping noises subside. Drain the peroxide out, and the vertigo should be gone.

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