Vertigo is the feeling that you're moving when you're not. Or it might feel like things around you are moving when they aren't. Vertigo can feel similar to motion sickness. People experiencing vertigo generally describe the sensation as “feeling dizzy” or feeling as if the room is spinning.vertigo occur due to two reason one in the inner ear and another is in the brain.feeling of nausea , vomiting, headach, stumbling while walking. Some of the physical exercise can relieve your vertigo and some balance exercise helps to maintain the balance.
Some common symptoms of vertigo include:
Vertigo can be classified into two main types: peripheral vertigo and central vertigo. Peripheral vertigo is caused by a problem in the inner ear or vestibular nerve, while central vertigo is caused by a problem in the brainstem or cerebellum.
Treatment for vertigo depends on the underlying cause and may include medication, vestibular rehabilitation therapy, or other interventions. Some common medications used to treat vertigo include antihistamines, benzodiazepines, and anti-nausea medications.
It is important to see a healthcare provider if you experience persistent or severe vertigo, as it can be a sign of a more serious underlying condition. They may refer you to a specialist such as an otolaryngologist or neurologist for further evaluation and treatment.