Dear friends and readers.
Ever since this blog was created last year (to raise funds for my surgery), I also hope that this personal blog will help you in your way, to become more healthier person. I do hope that with this smallest changes that I do will help the people out there and the community too.
The following exercises is created to help a person to overcome dizziness, vertigo and imbalance. Maybe you should try it!
First question, how do you know that you have the feeling of vertigo or dizziness. Well my friends, you might feel it like you see that the earth are spinning, you might feel that you want to vomit after spinning your head. One reasons of that feeling is because of the blood circulation is not going so well during the time. Although I am not a medical practitioner, I am dare to say it because I'd feel it already.
The process of getting over dizziness or vertigo is the same as when a sailor gets his or her "sea legs", or a dancer learns to spin around without getting dizzy. The only way that the balance system can overcome dizziness and imbalance is by practising the movements and situations that cause dizziness. The aim of this exercises is to give the balance system all the practice it needs at a time and place where you will not be distracted.
My cats will see me doing this. (Not everyday, hehehe...lazy) At first, my cats feel horror to see me. I know it by looking at their eyes, and they kept meowing. Now, when I do the exercises, all of my cats feels nothing and they will tend to sleep.
Make sure you can do the exercises with your strength and may be you need a help from a friend/family. Stop doing the exercises if you experience:
1) Sharp, severe or prolonges pain in you neck, head or ear.
2) Sensation of fullness, deffness, or noises in the ear.
3) Fainting, loss of concsiousness, blacking out or double vision.
4) Numbness, weakness, or tingling in your arms or legs.
The exercises are as follows:-
1) Sit upright with your legs out in front of you. Quickly lie straight down on your back. Wait for your symptoms to calm down, and then sit back up again. Repeat 2 - 3 times. When you do this exercise without dizziness, you can move to advance stage. Try your head turned first to the left and then to the right.
2) Sitting in a chair, bend forward and bring your head down halfway towards your knees. Wait for your symptoms to calm down, and then sit back again. Repeat 2 - 3 times. You can move to advance stage when you can do the exercise without dizziness. Try it with your head turned first to the left and then to the right.
3) Sitting in a chair, quickly turn your head and eyas from left to right, 5 times in each direction, as if you were watching a tennis match. Try to focus on an object in each direction. Stop, wait for your symptoms to go away and repeat 3 times. When you can do the exercise without dizziness, try doing this while you are standing up. This is advance level. (As if you are in a stadium-rite!)
4) Repeat exercise 3, but look up and down instead of left and right. Try do this exercise while you are standing up.
5) Do exercise 3 with your eyes closed. (Do not do this exercise standing up)
6) Do exercise 4 with your eyes closed. (Do not do this exercise standing up)
7) Sit in a chair with one arm outstretched in front of you with your finger pointing up. Stare at your finger and turn your head to the left and right 10 times. Start slowly and gradually speed up. Repeat 3 times ( As if you are aiming something)
8) Repeat exercise 7, but hold your finger sideways and move your head up and down.