The vertigo is a case confused with disbalance. In the "real vertigo" the goods, walls or person himself/herself causes turning feeling. The fuddle and blackout should not be confused with vertigo. Most of such problems are caused by the internal ear’s discomforts. You should be examined by an ear, nose and throat expert without being panic. If vertigo happens particularly while he/she was laying and getting up because of his/her head actions of the patient, it is important to assure the patient stand straight, not to bend his/her head and to spend time by standing straight instead of laying.

My persistent symptoms 31 May, 2013 - 12:14

I am writing to you from St. John's, Newfoundland (Canada). I have a sinus problem started in Nov 2008 upon working for more than a month in a gas plant. I did not have sinus problems prior to this date.

At that time, I may have been exposed to airborne asbestos and other irritants. In the place where I lived at that time, the Winter is so harsh. Temperature during Winter is normally at least 25 Cecilius below zero.

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