10 Common Causes of Dizziness


2. Inner Ear Problems

The inner part of our ears has calcium and protein-based detectors or bio-crystals that are referred to as Otoconia. It is responsible for our bodies’ sense of linear velocity and gravity, which gives us balance. When there is a disruption or damage within these sensing crystals, dizziness may occur.

The most common issue encountered with otoconia is its dislocation in the ear canals that results in vertigo. This medical condition is known as benign paroxysmal positional vertigo or BPPV. Most cases of BPPV do not require operations or even consumption of medicinal drugs but simple physical therapies that can be done at home.


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