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Vertigo or BPPV

Vertigo or BPPV

Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo is a benign but distressing condition of brief but severe vertigo or spinning usually brought on by position changes, such as rolling over in bed to one side or by looking up or bending down. The vertigo or spinning may be accompanied by nausea and occasionally by vomiting. The episode usually resolves quickly by turning back away from the position that provoked it. A “hangover” effect may last for several minutes.

Benign Positional Vertigo, though named "Benign," can be a distressing condition that may cause falls and hinder the ability to drive confidently due to brief episodes of uncontrollable vertigo. Treatment consists of non-invasive repositioning of the loose particles in the inner ear that cause vertigo. Until you are able to visit your Specialist, you may take DizzyStop® for relief. The condition often resolves spontaneously over a few days to a few weeks.

Mechanism of Action

Clinical studies have shown that the herbal in DizzyStop® is believed to act through a hormonal mechanism reducing the abnormal stimulation to the brain that causes the symptoms of Benign Positional Vertigo. Additionally, these studies reveal that the herbal in DizzyStop® acts to calm the contractions of the stomach and intestine.

Suggested use for DizzyStop®

Symptom Relief:
Adults and Children 12 years and older, take 2 capsules, 4 ​times daily until symptoms are resolved.*

Children 6-12 years old, take 1 capsule, 4 times daily until symptoms are resolved.*

Ongoing Maintenance:
Adults and Children 12 years and older, take 2-4 capsules daily.

*If symptoms persist, please consult your physician