Do You Get Dizzy or Have Vertigo? This Doctor Has a Simple Way To Get Rid Of It In Under a Minute.

If you have ever suffered from Vertigo then you know exactly how seriously scary it can be. The sudden feelings of extreme dizziness make you feel off-balance and even though you are standing still, everything around you keeps moving. People often describe it as feeling like you’re trapped, frozen in place, or paralyzed, yet the world is spinning. As if that’s not bad enough, many vertigo episodes are accompanied by nausea, sweating, vomiting, headaches, ringing in the ears, and sometimes even uncontrollable rapid eye jerking.

For ten years Sue Ricker, a retired school teacher from Aurora, Colorado, had to deal with unexpected episodes of vertigo. She told Denver News CBS4 reporter Kathy Walsh that “It was just debilitating. Everything about you will move, will spin. I couldn’t drive.

I couldn’t walk. I had to hold onto the wall and it was very, very scary.” Nothing seemed to help her until she came across a video on how to treat the most common form of vertigo (positional vertigo) that Dr. Carol Foster had posted on YouTube. The simple treatment method worked and Sue finally had a solution to help alleviate her vertigo and a way to take back control of her life.

Doctor Carol Foster is an Associate Professor who specializes in Otolaryngology at the University of Colorado Hospital. She’s the one who originally developed the incredibly easy cure that can be done at home, or virtually anywhere for that matter, and has worked for countless people all over the wold who suffer from positional vertigo. It’s called the ‘half somersault maneuver’ because it involves a series of highly specific movements and poses.

Dr. Foster explains the simple home treatment in the accompanying video and walks us through each step. Be sure to check it out because her daughter demonstrates the maneuver and it’s super helpful to see what it entails visually. Below are the sequence of movements that a half somersault maneuver requires in short-list form:

1. Start by kneeling comfortably on the floor.
2. Tilt your head back and look up at the ceiling.
3. Bring your head down to the floor and place it upside down, as if you are about to do a somersault.
4. Turn your head to face your left elbow. Stay in this position until the feelings of dizziness or spinning dissipate.
5. Bring your head up so that it’s level with your back. Again, hold this position until the feelings of dizziness disappear.
6. Finally, sit back and settle into the original position you started at.

This simple trick could potentially work wonders for anyone who suffers from positional vertigo so please pass this helpful information along to anyone you know who may benefit from it.

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