In the vestibular labyrinth region of the ear, there is a problem that causes a feeling of dizziness called ‘vertigo.’ It is a sensation which makes patients sees still objects and their environment moving or spinning even when their eyes are closed. Truly scary and very uncomfortable just by imagining it, right? The following list is home remedies that treat vertigo.

  1. Sleep
  • Sleep is very close to treating or at least distracting yourself away from almost everything. From physical uneasiness to life problems, depression, hidden fears, name it.
  1. Yoga
  • Yoga postures improve balance. The posture also cultivates concentration and focus, enhances blood circulation, and strengthens the central nervous system. Try the garland pose, plough pose, corpse pose, or alternate nostril breathing.
  1. Coriander Seeds
  • Soak in water 1 tbsp. coriander seeds with 1 tbsp. gooseberry powder. Leave it alone overnight and on the following day, add ½ teaspoon sugar and immediately drink.
  1. Herbs
  • The antimicrobial property of the herbs wild indigo and butcher’s broom cures vertigo.
  1. Almonds and Watermelon Seeds
  • Soak 8 watermelon seeds, almond seeds, 1 tbsp. poppy seeds, and 2 tbsp. wheat grain for an entire night. The following day, mix all the ingredients to make a paste. Place a pan on a fire and add a tbsp. of ghee. Fry 2 cloves before adding the paste. Mix with the milk and drink. Do every day for a week.
  1. Almond Milk
  • Soak almonds in water overnight. The following day, mix the mixture with a glass of lukewarm milk. Drink.
  1. Lemon
  • Squeeze half a lemon in a glass full of lukewarm water, and add a pinch of salt and black pepper. Mix and drink.
  1. Strawberry
  • Make a fresh yogurt by mashing fresh and ripe strawberries. This is perhaps one of the quickest, simplest, and most delicious treatments for vertigo.
  1. Basil
  • Gather basil leaves and chew or add in tea.
  1. Water
  • Drink 10 glasses of water daily to keep the body hydrated.
  1. Ginger
  • Get a piece of raw ginger and eat it.

Ginger helps control nausea, which is associated with vertigo.

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