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What causes objective vertigo and dizziness?

Vertigo is caused can be caused by inner ear disorders, dehydration, low blood pressure, disorder that affect the brain, and disease. Dizziness is often caused by sitting or standing too quickly. Dizziness can also be caused by low blood pressure, ear infection, heart problems, and dehydration.

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What increases my risk for objective vertigo and dizziness?
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