Herbal Remedies For Dizziness Treatment

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DizzinessIf you constantly feel light headed and sense the room spinning, treatment for dizziness may be required. Safe herbal remedies are good options here. This is important as nausea and vomiting accompany dizziness and make it an unpleasant experience. Home treatment can prevent side effects of drugs and save you money on expensive medicines. In addition many of these herbs can be grown in a kitchen garden without much effort. Read on to see the herbs that can help you to combat dizziness.


 


Few Natural Remedies For Dizziness


  • The zesty extract of ginger is a useful remedy to prevent nausea and is soothing and calming. It can be used to flavor beverages like tea and water and also to spice up bakes and main meals.



  • Low iron levels can be a cause of dizziness. Anise and celery seeds are rich sources of iron and regular use improves iron stores in the body. They can be eaten crushed or whole.



  • Ginkgo biloba is a herb that can be consumed orally to provide relief from dizziness. This is because it improves blood flow and increases oxygen levels in the brain.



  • Cayenne pepper has a positive impact on the circulation of blood and can reduce the incidence of dizzy spells. A pinch of dry powdered pepper mixed in water can be consumed daily. Hotter peppers have a stronger effect.



  • Dandelion is a valuable plant that is used to treat dizziness. Tablets and capsules are available.



Tips For Managing Dizziness Naturally


  • Drink plenty of water which will improve blood flow.



  • Avoid alcohol and caffeine that can cause dehydration.



  • Deep breathing exercise helps to relax and reduce stress.



  • Do not skip meals as it can lower blood sugar levels and trigger dizziness.



  • Get sufficient sleep to avoid fatigue.



  • Follow a healthy diet and go easy on added salt .



Use the above remedies when you feel dizzy. To avoid any undesirable drug interactions, talk to your doctor before you begin this treatment. 


 


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