- Sudden Onset Dizziness with Vomiting (Vestibular Neuritis)
A typical case of Vestibular Neuritis involves the patient waking in the morning and suddenly being aware of the room spinning.
- Dizziness during pregnancy
Many pregnant women will describe a light headed feeling or occasional dizziness, including when standing up suddenly.
- Morning Dizziness
Many people suffer with symptoms of dizziness or imbalance on getting up in the morning. This is a symptom that becomes more common with age.
- Dizziness when Looking Up or Rolling Over (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo)
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) tends to be the commonest form of dizziness seen in patients over the age of 60.
- Dizziness on Sudden Head Movements (Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Dysfunction)
Find out more about Dizziness on Sudden Head Movements (Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Dysfunction).
- A Feeling of Being Off-Balance After a Severe Dizzy Episode (Incomplete Central Compensation)
Find out more about Incomplete Central Compensation and how it is treated.
- Intermittent Dizziness Lasting from 20 Minutes to 24 Hours (Menieres Disease)
Menieres disease describes a condition that produces episodes of spinning dizziness (rotational vertigo).
- Sudden Onset Dizziness with Vomiting and Hearing Loss (Labyrinthitis)
Labyrinthitis is much less common than is generally thought and is caused by an inner ear infection.
- Intermittent Dizziness/Imbalance With or Without Headache (Vertiginous Migraine)
Vertiginous Migraine is a common condition and is one of the commonest forms of dizziness .
- Dizziness After Being on a Cruise or Flight (Mal de Debarquement Syndrome)
Some people experience the sensation of the ground moving after getting off a cruise ship or aeroplane.
- General Imbalance (Multisystem Dysequilibrium of Ageing)
As we age certain the body's balance system become less efficient.
Find out the causes and treatments for a range of common balance conditions