Calcium can potentially cause vertigo—here are the best remedies!
0:00 Introduction: What is vertigo?
0:20 What causes vertigo?
2:00 The best remedies for vertigo
2:31 Share your success story!
In this video, we’re going to talk about the best remedies for vertigo.
What is vertigo? Vertigo is a type of dizziness that often occurs seconds after making certain head movements. It can make you feel like you’re spinning or unbalanced. These symptoms can be devastating in more severe cases.
What causes vertigo?
One cause is having mucous in your sinuses. Another cause is having calcium deposits in the inner ear.
What is potentially behind these problems?
1. Too much calcium - Flunarizine is a drug that acts as a calcium antagonist. This means that it blocks calcium. If your situation gets better on this drug, this is a sign that your vertigo is related to too much calcium.
2. Not enough vitamin D - New studies show that low levels of vitamin D may contribute to vertigo. Vitamin D is involved in calcium metabolism and regulation. It is also important for promoting the normal function of the immune system, which can potentially reduce sinus congestion.
3. Low vitamin K2 - Vitamin K2 helps remove calcium from the wrong place in your body. It then transports calcium to the bones.