Vertigo usually results from a sudden or temporary change in the activity of the balance structures in your inner ear (vestibular system) or in the balance structures' connections into the brain. These connections sense movement and changes in your head position. Sitting up or moving around may make it worse. Sometimes vertigo is severe enough to cause nausea, vomiting and balance problems. But, the good news about vertigo is that it generally won't last long. Within a couple of weeks, the body usually adapts to whatever is causing your dizziness.
Anytime you have new, unusual symptoms do check in with your Dr. even if you just call the triage nurse at your clinic.
I hope this problem improves soon.
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