Vertigo and Dizziness Program

Vertigo is the sensation of feeling off-balance. Many people describe it as feeling like the room is spinning, tilting, or swaying. It can also make you feel like you’re being pulled in one direction. Individuals additionally may experience nausea, vomiting, headaches, sweating, ringing in the ears, or hearing loss.

Vertigo is the number one cause of broken bones and head injuries in people over 55. It often leads to deadly head fractures and loss of cognitive function due to internal bleeding and brain injuries. It’s an indicator that you’re at high risk of stroke.

While it’s the most frequent complaint doctors receive, they don’t have a solution because they aren’t sure of what causes it.

You’ve probably been told that vertigo, dizziness, or other balance problems are caused by Ménière’s disease, vestibular neuritis, labyrinthitis disease, low blood pressure, infection, medications side effects, migraines, or headaches. These things can lead or contribute to vertigo and dizziness. However, if they really were the main causes, wouldn’t there be a cure?

Vertigo is triggered by three major factors that can present by themselves or together. These are:

-Pressure on the inner ear (water buildup, in the case of Ménière’s disease, and infection with vestibular neuritis).

-Lack of blood flow to the brain. No, this isn’t from low blood pressure rather from poor blood circulation. This is what often leads to stroke.

-Miscommunication between the balance system in the ears and eyes. The ears tell you to move in a certain way, and the eyes in another way. That’s why people fall if they close their eyes.

Myths about vertigo:

1. Vertigo and dizziness are just a normal part of aging.

This is absolutely not true. As people age, they have underlying factors that commonly contribute to vertigo development, but the condition itself isn’t a normal part of aging.

2. Vertigo is a direct cause of another disease.

Typically, Ménière’s, vestibular neuritis, and labyrinthitis are the most commonly blamed. Unfortunately, doctors have no idea what causes these diseases. They say Ménière’s causes vertigo and then declare that vertigo is the main symptom of Ménière’s.

3. Medications and surgery cure vertigo and dizziness.

This begs the question if they don’t know what causes vertigo, how are they going to cure it? You should always listen to your doctors and follow their advice. However, they should be open to alternative methods; if not, get a second opinion.

Educated and honest doctors will tell you that very few people benefit from vertigo medications and surgery. Often, the side effects are horrible and can make your problems worse in the long haul.

Common side effects of vertigo and dizziness medications are dry mouth, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, confusion, and dizziness.

Many of these are symptoms of vertigo!

The exact problem the medications are supposed to heal. It doesn’t make sense to take a drug for a disease and then have the side effects create the same symptoms.

When it comes to surgeries, not only are these operations are almost always useless, they can lead to serious hearing loss (even total deafness), damage to the inner ear, infection, and other complications. This is why surgery should be a last resort!

So, if medications and surgery aren’t the answer, what is?


These are specific, so they loosen up and strengthen the muscles around the head. This is crucial for several reasons.

The exercises help to increase blood flow to the head. All muscles act as mini pumps that help the heart with circulation. The muscles in your neck are essential to get blood to your brain.
They also trigger your lymph system, whose role is to remove toxins and extra fluids throughout the body. This process helps to fight infection. One example is your jaw. Almost everyone has stiff jaws, and when you begin to loosen up these muscles, it triggers the lymph system around the inner ear. This allows your body to remove fluid and fight inflammation in the inner ear.

The exercises help to position your head in the right way. If you look in the mirror, you’ll see your head doesn’t sit completely straight on the neck. This is the result of your joints not being aligned. This blocks blood flow and alters the balance between your eyes and ears, leading to your ears feeling like your body is positioned one way and your eyes perceiving your position in a different way. By exercising your head and neck muscles, your head will be in the proper position, causing your ears and eyes to agree, resulting in better balance.

The best thing about these exercises is that they don’t require medications or surgery. They’re easy to do and only take 3 – 15 minutes per day. In addition, they work fast. Many people experience immediate relief. Others need a few days or weeks at the most.

How can you learn what these exercises are?

Through the Vertigo and Dizziness Program.

The program contains simple vertigo and dizziness exercises. While the first version was over 200 pages, after receiving customer feedback, it’s now lean and super focused on the four most powerful groups of exercises.

You don’t even have to do them all.

Just concentrate on the ones that help you the most!

You can begin working on the exercises now and be vertigo-free in the next 15 minutes.

At this point, you might be wondering what the cost breakdown is?

Compared to medications that don’t even work and range from $500 – $2,000 per year, a non-effective surgery costs easily around $10,000, or walking-canes, walkers, and other support devices that cost hundreds of dollars, the cost of the Program is minimal.

Besides, if for any reason you aren’t 100% happy, just send an email to receive a refund on the spot, no questions asked. Just contact us within 60 days of ordering since that is the maximum time our credit card processor gives us to issue a refund.

You won’t need to do this because you’ll see the program’s benefits and will be thrilled!

Just imagine getting rid of the fear of falling without warning. You’ll be free of worry about falling and break bones. Envision being independent so you can go places and do things on your own.

All of this is possible once you start following the Vertigo and Dizziness Program!

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