Vertigo is a revolving feeling of dizziness. It is a symptom of several conditions. It can happen if the inner ear, brain or sensory nerve path is unpredictable. It is often associated with looking down from a great height, but it can be linked to all acute or persistent dizziness triggered by internal ear or brain problems.
A person with vertigo has the feeling that his head or his surroundings move or spin.
Vertigo may be a symptom and can also have its own array of associated symptoms. These include balance problems and shortness of breath, a feeling of illness in the movement, discomfort of the stomach and vomiting, acuity, a sensation of fullness in the face, headache.
Many cases of vertigo cure without intervention, but any underlying issue may require medical assistance such as a bacterial infection, which probably requires antibiotic treatment.
Doctors treat vertigo and help patients overcome the symptoms associated with underlying conditions such as BPPC or labyrinthitis involved in the etiology of the disorder. They will also select antihistamines to avoid and treat the acute symptoms of swelling, nausea, and vomiting.
CBD stimulates different nervous-system endocannabinoid receptors, especially CB1 and CB2, within the central nervous system are — the two main cannabinoid receptors within the body.
The CB1 receptor is found mainly in the brain, whereas the CB2 receptor is in the immune cells of the body, which controls the release of cytokine and decreases the frequency of vertigo symptoms.
In a recent study of 117 participants, evidence showed a decrease in the incidence of adverse events if CBD was used as an additive treatment. In most cases, CBD decreased fatigue, sleepiness, irritability, anxiety, loss of appetite, aggression, and dizziness.
CBD may reduce symptoms in the following ways:
Talk to your doctor about the best methods for CBD. They are more equipped in helping your prognosis and can determine whether your experience with hemp products is harmful rather than good.Return to All Conditions
Data last updated 12/02/2019