The most common cause of vertigo is Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV). Vertigo is a sense of spinning or dizziness which can be caused by a range of conditions. For many people, vertigo causes a false sensation of movement, as though the room is spinning or swaying. It can be caused by things like motion sickness or a medication side effect. Vertigo can also be caused by problems in the inner ear, brain or sensory nerve pathways.
Having trouble with dizziness may lead to falls, which can cause serious injuries if left untreated. Issues with hearing and balance can negatively affect your quality of life, and you don’t have to learn to live with these problems.