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Vertigo is a sensation of continuously spinning or moving objects in your surroundings. It can be mild or extremely severe. There is a sudden onset of symptoms that usually lasts for a few seconds. It is basically a symptom arising from the balance problems in the inner ear. It can also be caused by balance and co-ordination problems in the brain. Migraine and vestibular neuronitis are considered to be associated with vertigo. Common symptoms of vertigo are nausea, vomiting, lightheadedness, inability to focus and loss of balance. Most cases of vertigo improve without treatment.
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