Do you often struggle with vertigo? If you do, do you worry that it will be impossible to travel by air because of your symptom? Just like you plenty of people diagnosed with vertigo-causing conditions wonder if a plane ride will even be safe.
So, is it possible to take a flight despite your vertigo symptoms? The answer is yes. But what steps do you take to make your flight as comfortable and stress-free as possible? How can you prepare yourself for the unique challenges that air travel poses for people with vertigo? Is there an option for vertigo relief in Fort Myers that makes air travel fun and comfortable for you? Let's find out!
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People often say they feel a slight pressure in the ear when the plane descends, this is because the air pressure change rapidly. As a result, vertigo patients often find air travel to be a particularly challenging experience.
The changes in altitude, the motion of the plane, and the confined space can all aggravate vertigo symptoms, leaving you feeling disoriented, nauseous, or dizzy. To help ease your flying worries, you may need to find options for vertigo relief in Fort Myers that work.
For natural relief from vertigo, there are many options you can consider, such as:
Sometimes, despite your efforts to ease your vertigo, your symptoms only worsen. This can be due to an underlying condition that needs to be addressed. Otherwise, your symptoms will worsen, and you will always struggle with air travel.
Many patients who seek vertigo relief in Fort Myers found their symptoms improving through Upper Cervical Chiropractic adjustments. This natural method specifically works for people whose vertigo is triggered by upper cervical misalignments.
If you've been involved in a sporting injury, car accident, or physical assault even from many years back, it may have caused a misalignment in your upper cervical spine and caused miscommunication between your brain and vestibular system, leading to vertigo. A previous accident or injury, or repetitive stress in the Upper Cervical area, where your spine's topmost bones are located, can all lead to the improper alignment of these bones. These bones cannot return to their proper alignment without professional help, and if left ignored, they can only trigger worse symptoms.
If you've been struggling with vertigo and you're seeking lasting relief, book an appointment with us today! We'll help you find a solution to reduce your episodes and eventually make your air travel experience comfortable and without vertigo attacks.
Schedule a consultation with us today! Upper Cervical Care may be the vertigo solution you've been looking for!
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