1. What are the different treatment options for vertigo?
Different types of treatment options for vertigo include: vestibular rehabiitation involves therapy to improve the vestibular system which can sense body and head movement based on the gravity; and canalith repositionin maneuvre involves a series of head and body movements which move calcium deposits in the canal into the inside chambers of the ear.
2. What specialist will I visit for vertigo treatment?
You should visit an audiologist or an ENT specialist for your vertigo treatment. In some extreme cases, you might also need to visit a neurologist for the treatment.
3. Can I use OTC drugs for vertigo treatment?
Yes, you can use a number of OTC drugs for vertigo treatment. These include antihistamines, anticholerogenics, diazepams and alprazolams.
4. Can walking help in treating vertigo?
Yes, walking is a simple and effective exercise in the treatment of vertigo as it helps regain the balance and can also built confidence in a person suffering from vertigo.
5. Is vertigo curable?
Yes, medication and physical therapy are used to treat most of the cases of vertigo. At times, it can also go away on its own.