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Are there alternative treatments for subjective vertigo and dizziness?

Alternative treatment options will depend upon the cause of your subjective vertigo and dizziness. Until the cause is treated, you may be able to avoid triggering your vertigo or dizziness. For example, avoid moving your head in certain ways, or sitting or standing too quickly.

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