These Easy, 15 Minutes, Head Balance Exercises Treat All Types Of Vertigo And Dizziness – Starting Today!
On this page, I’ll explain the vertigo and dizziness exercises in detail and how you can gain perfect balance in as little as 15 minutes.
And it all begins with Wendy.
As Wendy stood up from her chair, the room began to spin.
Her vision became blurry, and her ears were buzzing.
At that moment, the world was moving in slow motion.
Even as she fell, it was like lying down on the floor.
Only when her head hit the tiles, did she feel the impact.
But Then It Was Too Late
Wendy’s 11-year-old grandson ran over and grabbed her shoulders.
“Are you okay?” he asked with tears in his eyes.
She didn’t answer.
We’ll get back to Wendy in a second. But first, I want to make a serious point:
If you think your vertigo or occasional dizziness is just an inconvenience…
You’re Dead Wrong!
Vertigo is the number one cause of broken bones and head injuries in people over 55.
It often leads to deadly head fractures and loss of cognitive function due to internal bleeding and brain injuries.
It’s the most frequent complaint doctors receive.
And worst of all, it’s a clear indicator that you’re at high risk of stroke – you could experience one any minute now.
Doctors Have No Solution.
They don’t even know what causes it.
How could they provide a reliable treatment?
You’ve probably been told that your vertigo, dizziness or other balance problems are caused by something like:
Ménière’s, vestibular neuritis or labyrinthitis disease
Low blood pressure
Medications side effects
Migraine and headaches
…or similar causes.
But Again – Dead Wrong!
Yes, these things can lead or contribute to vertigo and dizziness.
But if they really were the main causes, wouldn’t there be a cure?
You wouldn’t have those vertigo and dizziness episodes, would you?
If you dig deeper, you’ll realize there is a solution for vertigo and dizziness.
The Solution Is a Set of Simple Head Exercises.
They’re completely natural– require no medications or surgery.
They’re easy – almost anyone can benefit from them, no matter what kind of shape you’re in.
They only take 3-15 minutes per day – and once you’re satisfied with the results, you can stop doing them.
They work fast – many people experience immediate relief. Others need a few days or weeks at the most.
And they work for almost everyone –no matter what your doctor says caused your vertigo and dizziness, these easy exercises will help.
I’m about to explain these simple vertigo and dizziness exercises in detail.
But first, I want to tell you…
What Does NOT Cause Vertigo and Dizziness!
There are many myths about vertigo and dizziness and other balance problems, and I need to tell you about the more serious ones…
Myth Number 1:
Vertigo and dizziness is just a normal part of aging.
You shouldn’t accept vertigo just because you’re getting older.
It sets on people as they age because of an underlying factor that commonly affects older people.
I’ll tell you more about this in a second.
However, if you tackle this underlying vertigo and dizziness factor, your vertigo will be gone in minutes – never to return – no matter what age group you belong to.
Myth Number 2:
Vertigo is a direct cause of another disease.
Ménière’s, vestibular neuritis and labyrinthitis are commonly blamed.
Yes, these diseases are associated with vertigo. But they aren’t the real underlying cause.
In fact, doctors have no idea what causes these diseases. They say Ménière’s causes vertigo and then state that vertigo is the main symptom of Ménière’s.
Like a dog chasing its tail, this just leaves you dizzier than ever and without a real solution.
Myth Number 3:
Medications and surgery cure vertigo and dizziness.
If they don’t know what causes vertigo, how are they going to cure it?
Now, I’ll always encourage everyone to listen to their doctors and follow their advice.
But if yours is not open to alternative methods, get a second opinion.
And when you have a doctor who is truly educated and honest, he or she will tell you that very few people benefit from vertigo medications and surgery.
In fact, the side effects are usually horrible. They’ll make your problems worse in the long haul.
Common side effects of vertigo and dizziness medications are:
Nausea and vomiting
And most ironically:
These Are All Symptoms of Vertigo!
The exact problem the medications are supposed to heal.
It’s crazy to take a drug for diseases and then have the side effects create the exact same symptoms.
This is not made up. The above list is taken directly from WebMD.
As much as the medical system would like to cash in on costly, “cutting-edge” surgeries, these operations are almost always useless.
More importantly, it’s scary to learn how often these surgeries lead to serious hearing loss (even total deafness), damage to the inner ear, infection and other complications.
Surgery Should Be an Absolute Last Resort.
Fortunately, after learning the exercises I’m about to share, you won’t need this last resort.
So with the traditional medical system failing, what are your options?
That’s Where Wendy Comes In.
She was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance after the fall.
Fortunately, she only suffered a severe concussion and a mild skull fracture.
There was no bleeding into her brain or other permanent damage, which too many people experience after vertigo falls.
But Wendy knew she might not be so lucky next time.
It Wasn’t Her First Fall.
She began to experience mild vertigo in her early forties.
Little by little, the attacks became more frequent and severe.
Sometimes, they came with nausea – but not always.
At first, she wrote them off as nothing serious.
But as Her Functions Became More Limited, Her Worries Grew.
Driving was the first thing to go. After almost causing a multi-car, high-speed accident, she didn’t dare touch a vehicle again.
She felt horrible, as this really limited her mobility.
That’s When Her Isolation Began to Develop.
But she isolated rather out of shame than actual need.
It was just too embarrassing to have people stare at her when she had to sit down on the floor and hold her head when the spinning, dizzy feeling came.
Or when she became white as a ghost with a cold sweat running down her back, zigzagging like a drunk person.
But she didn’t drink; it was her balance system.
Her friends kept asking if she was okay.
But she just wanted to be left alone.
Wendy Received Three Different Diagnosis.
She’s no quitter. When one doctor didn’t work, she sought another.
And another. And another.
From three doctors, she was diagnosed with:
Low blood pressure
The third doctor said her vertigo was caused by the medications she took for Ménière’s disease and low blood pressure.
Of course, these well-meaning professionals had no solutions.
And the medications she was prescribed only made the problem worse.
She Was on the Edge When the Miracle Happened.
As fate would have it, Wendy’s best friend knew me personally.
And since I’m well-known in the natural health field, she asked me to sit down with Wendy.
I didn’t have much knowledge of vertigo and dizziness at the time, so I didn’t think anything would come from our meeting.
It was a favor to a friend.
But when I saw how much Wendy was suffering, I almost cried.
Before We Go Further, I Should Introduce Myself.
My name is Christian Goodman.
I’ve made it my life mission to help and educate people about alternative health solutions.
I’m the author of several books and thousands of published research articles.
I spend most of my time researching and writing.
But more importantly, I work with hundreds of people all over the world to test out different solutions for their health issues.
This led me to discover natural solutions for some of the most notorious diseases in the modern world.
Up to this point, however, I hadn’t paid much attention to vertigo.
So I was afraid I wouldn’t be much help.
But Then Something Weird Happened.
Wendy was about to leave when she “by-the-way” mentioned that her husband often complained about her snoring.
Thrilled to be able to provide some help, I gave her a copy of my extremely effective Stop Snoring Exercises Program.
It includes simple exercises that loosen up and strengthen the muscles around the breathing passages.
Including the jaws, tongue, ears and eyes.
I didn’t even think about it. But these are, of course, the same exact muscles that connect to the balance system in the ears and eyes.
For the next couple of weeks, I researched vertigo and dizziness heavily.
Unfortunately, there was no reliable solution available.
Then Came the Letter.
I guess Wendy felt it was more formal to write a snail-mail thank you note than sending an email.
And she was not just thanking me for curing her snoring, as I expected.
Surprisingly, her vertigo and dizziness spells were also almost gone.
Now, when I get obsessed about something, I don’t sleep, eat or do much of anything other than research.
And you can bet that was the case for weeks after receiving Wendy’s letter.
Imagine if we could beat the number one complaint doctors receive.
If we could…
Prevent Millions of Injuries, Falls and Broken Bones
We’re talking about helping billions of people.
So within a few days, I had 20 vertigo patients signed up to work with me.
Unfortunately, I quickly found that the snoring exercises needed quite a bit of tweaking before they would help most people’s vertigo.
However, the first question I needed to answer was…
How in the World Could Snoring Exercises Treat Vertigo?
It is actually quite simple.
You see, traditionally, vertigo is caused by three major factors:
Pressure on the inner ear(water buildup, in the case of Ménière’s disease, and infection with vestibular neuritis).
Lack of blood flow to the brain. Low blood pressure is often blamed for this. But bad blood circulation is a more common cause. This is what often leads to stroke.
Miscommunication between the balance systemin the ears and eyes. The ears tell you to move in a certain way, and the eyes in another way. That’s why people sometimes fall down when they close their eyes
The snoring exercises loosen up and strengthen the muscles around the head.
This does three things:
It increases blood flow to the head.Most people think the heart is the only source of blood circulation. But all muscles act as mini-pumps that help the heart. The muscles in the neck are especially important to get blood flowing up to the brain.
It triggers the lymph system to remove toxins and extra fluids from the head area.It also fights infection in this area. Almost everyone, for example, has stiff jaws. When you begin to loosen up your jaw, it triggers the lymph system around the inner ear (very connected).
This is the only reliable way to remove fluid and fight inflammation in the inner ear.
These exercises position your head in the right way.If you look in the mirror, I guarantee your head doesn’t sit completely straight on the neck. I never met a person suffering vertigo or dizziness that had his or her head positioned 100% correct.
Your neck joints are like a cabinet door with wrongly adjusted hinges. They either bang into the other doors or won’t close properly.
This blocks blood flow.
But more importantly, it skews the balance between your eyes and ears. Your ears feel like your body is positioned in one way while your eyes perceive your position in a different way.
When you work on the muscles around your balance system, your head will be rightly positioned. Your ears and eyes will agree.
…and when that happens, you won’t experience the vertigo and dizziness symptoms anymore!
This Was Easier to Implement in Theory Than Practice.
My initial idea that the snoring exercises alone would be enough was quickly busted.
It took me over a year of obsessive, around-the-clock work to test out a set of exercises that helped all 20 volunteers.
But once we had a working program, things moved fast.
I recruited 137 more volunteers to test the final version. Within a week, almost everyone reported positive results.
Most said the healing was immediate.
A month later, only eight still had vertigo. When I pressed them, all eight admitted they simply stopped doing the exercises.
Finally, There Was a Solid Solution for Vertigo and Dizziness!
Like I said, this was a long, exhausting and expensive battle.
I personally paid over half a million dollars to finance the research.
At the end, our savings account was empty and the house was fully mortgaged.
Again, when I get obsessed about something, there is nothing stopping me.
But it was worth it. Because…
The Stakes Were Just Too High
The pain and suffering vertigo and dizziness causes good people like you.
The lost quality of life in the years you’re supposed to enjoy. Retirement is when you have the time and resources to reap the rewards of your work. You’re missing out on that.
But most importantly, the risk of broken bones and brain damage after falling down and hitting your head.