There are various causes that can create vertigo and dizziness. Some cases of vertigo can be caused by damage to inner ear anatomy responsible for helping maintain postural balance. In other cases vertigo can be the result of postural imbalances disorienting the balancing mechanisms in the ear. Yet still other times vertigo and dizziness can be the result of imbalances related to blood sugar, electrolyte imbalances and the circulation of oxygen from the blood to the tissues. Listen in as Tony, Will and Kinna discuss the nuances of the various causes of vertigo and dizziness and what you can do to fix these issues.
In this Lesson You’ll Learn About
- The connection between vertigo and dizziness with imbalances in electrolyte levels, blood sugar and metabolism.
- Vertigo can be caused by damage to the anatomy of the inner ear.
- Postural imbalances can also contribute to dizziness and vertigo. Links to posture correction
- Perhaps most commonly dizziness results from low blood sugar, low blood pressure or a combination of the two.
- Chronically low blood pressure and low blood sugar can often result from digestive weakness.
- We teach how to detect and correct digestive issues and body chemistry imbalances that can contribute to vertigo and dizziness in our Digestive Issues Course at www.kickitnaturally.com
- Blood sugar imbalances and low blood pressure can also often result from a diet composed of too many starches, too many high glycemic sugars and not enough grounding proteins and fats.
- Exactly what the right ratio of macronutrients is for you depends on a number of factors including your digestive capacity, metabolism, activity level and more.
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Show Transcription – Vertigo and Dizzy Spells
T.C. Hale is not a doctor and does not claim to be a doctor, licensed in any type of medical field. Don’t be an idiot and use anything heard on this show as medical advice. This information should be used for educational purposes only and you should contact your doctor for any medical advice. Now get off me.
Kinna: Welcome to Kick It Naturally, I’m Kinna McInroe, and I’m here with
T.C Hale, author, natural health expert, producer, and I just found out very OCD.
Tony: OCD! I’m 3 times OCD.
Kinna: Uh huh. He does everything 3 times.
Will: That should be a topic for one of these.
Kinna: We should do that.
Tony: Didn’t we do that already? Didn’t we do it 3 times.
Kinna: Yeah. Yes, we should do that topic 3 times just to make sure it gets done right.
Tony: We haven’t done OCD yet?
Will: We did ADHD and ADD.
Tony & Kinna:Ah!
Kinna: But I think those are pretty different, huh?
Will: No, those are different.
Tony: Yeah, they’re different.
Kinna: And they can be a little the same. Who knows? I don’t really know anything.
Tony: Let’s just do that today. Let’s take everybody’s questions about Vertigo today and we’ll just apply that to OCD.
Kinna: We’ll just link it somehow.
Tony: We’ll just pretend there are saying OCD and we’ll just see if it works out.
Kinna: Uh huh.
Tony: I think it will.
Kinna: And that other gentlemen’s voice who you’re hearing and the laughter is coming from hottie patotty, Will Schmidt.
Tony: Word up?
Kinna: Hollywood trainer of the stars. He’s promised me a birthday lap dance today.
Kinna: So I’m gonna make him hold good on that promise.
Tony: Yeah, he should have it coming. So what you need to do today is, um, Kinna’s gonna explain why it’s important that you like us on Facebook. But when you go and you like us you need to put in there happy birthday, Kinna. Cause today’s Kinna’s birthday! Woohoo!
Kinna: Exactly! Woohoo! I’m a year older.
Tony: She’s 27.
Tony: And that’s good times. That’s fun for everybody.
Will: Yay! Yay!
Kinna: Uh huh.
Tony: So just wish her a happy birthday even though by the time you hear this is gonna be like 3 weeks later.
Kinna: And I’ll be like hey, you’re late to the party, but I am expecting my spankings from you, both of you later.
Tony: I imagine.
Kinna: Uh huh. So go ahead drop what ever you’re doing. If you’ve got a baby in your arms, if you I don’t know, if you’ve got your martini drop it for a second. You can come back.
Tony: The baby will hold your martini.
Kinna: It’ll hold onto the martini. Go ahead and like us on Facebook at kick it in the nuts. You know like Tony said we’re gonna post topics there that we’re doing on future shows and you guys can post any questions there that you want us to cover and we’ll probably cover it.
Tony: We don’t skip that many.
Kinna: Only ones we don’t really know the answers to.
Tony: I like it when we have some. We have some today that I’m gonna be like I don’t know.
Tony: Yeah, it’s gonna be fun.
Kinna: Oh my gosh I gotta take a picture of this. Tony doesn’t know. What’s up with that?
Tony: It’s good times.
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Kinna: All right, so today we’re talking about dizziness and Vertigo and I know that I experience this sometimes, it’s probably due, I guess you’re probably going to talk about it, but to my low blood pressure. I’ll stand up or I’ll be seated or I’ll do something really quickly and then I feel like okay, I see spots. I gotta stand still for a second and make sure I center before I take another walk. It also happens after I’ve drank a bunch of alcohol.
Tony: When you’re drunk too.
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