Vertigo and Chills: Any Correlation?
You may be aware that vertigo is a general feeling of imbalance, that can be rather severe in many patients, in others it can resemble slight dizzy spells, or just a sensation that the world is spinning rapidly around you.
You may not be aware of this but there are other symptoms besides spinning, tilting, swaying, and general unbalanced feelings that go along with vertigo. It’s less reported, and less common, but vertigo can also produce symptoms of nausea, vomiting, headaches, sweating, and even aches and chills in the body.
So are your body aches and chills related at all to your vertigo symptoms? It can be hard to tell since chills are such a normal part of most people’s lives, especially when they’re under the weather, so why does something as mundane as chills and body aches seem to occur when your vertigo is triggered? These reported aches and chills are manifesting because of some type of imbalance and improper communication occurring within the body.
There are several different types of vertigo including cervical vertigo and benign positional vertigo. Symptoms like aches and chills can manifest in both of these types of vertigo, though it’s important to mention that they’re the exception rather than the standard experience. Commonly patients who suffer from chills alongside their vertigo are also experiencing greater health issues like a weakened immune system because of poor nutrition or exercise habits.
Symptoms Of Vertigo
There are several symptoms that patient’s report when experiencing vertigo symptoms including spinning, tilting, swaying, feeling unbalances, pulling to one direction when you walk, vomiting, headaches, chills, and even excessive sweating.
If you’re experiencing vertigo-like symptoms then it’s important to consult with a physician in order to determine the exact causes. If you’re actually experiencing vertigo symptoms then there are several routes available for treating your vertigo, both at home and with a doctor.
Treatment For Vertigo
It’s possible cure your vertigo without any treatment at all. This is possible because your brain is able to cope with the inner ear changes, relying on ancient mechanisms designed to maintain proper balance. For some however, when the vertigo symptoms are severe enough, then
Physical therapy, combined with spinal correction techniques like gentle NUCCA alignments, are entirely plausible treatments for vertigo. Because believe it or not, several common physical ailments that were previously thought to have been hereditary or even stemming from an unknowable cause are actually caused by a spinal misalignment.
By readjusting the spine, more specifically the atlas bone located at the top of the spine, NUCCA doctors can repair the communication that takes place between your brain and body. By repairing this connective highway, by readjusting the spine to its proper position, you will inevitably begin to relieve symptoms that are being brought on by poor communication in the body.
Simply by realigning the spine, patients can begin to feel a complete relief of all negative vertigo symptoms they’re currently experience. These includes chills, dizziness, body aches, and a general feeling of imbalance.