Homeopathy Treatment for dizziness due to vertigo

For some, the dizziness occurs in the morning after getting up, for others it is completely unexpected. Dizziness is one of the most common symptoms of illness, but it is not an illness in the medical sense, but a symptom that can indicate a number of different illnesses. A distinction is made between

  • spinning sensation (the environment is spinning),
  • vertigo (sensation as if the floor is shaking) and
  • Liftschwindel.

Homeopathy relieves dizziness gently and without side effects.

Which homeopathic remedies help?

Physical symptoms are described below. Choose a homeopathic remedy for dizziness (vertigo) that best suits your situation.


with pain in the neck or back of the head that can extend to the forehead. Possibly with blurred vision or ringing in the ears.

Phosphoric acid

caused by circulatory problems or rush of blood in the head.

Spiraea ulmaria

The head seems inflated, one feels intoxicated and constricted from the outside, as if an inflatable ring had been placed around it. The cheeks are red. Usually in connection with a pressing headache and ringing in the ears.

Metallic silver

You feel like you’re drunk, you can’t look at running water.

Barium chloratum

Patients suffer from dizziness accompanied by ringing in the ears. Dizziness after reduced blood flow to the brain as a result of a stroke.


Dizziness that spreads in waves from the back of the head to the front of the head.

While getting up

Potassium phosphoricum

Dizziness especially when standing up or when you tilt your head back. Triggers are mental exhaustion and physical weakness.

Conium maculatum

When sitting down or rearranging in a horizontal position, anaemia-triggered vertigo occurs.

Gentiana lutea

Dizziness when moving or getting up from lying or sitting. Dizziness subsides in fresh air.

With fear

Nux vomica

through nervous restlessness e.g. B. because of upcoming events or fear such as fear of heights and fear of depths. Trembling, unsteady walking, especially in the dark and with eyes closed, often with ringing in the ears.


caused by any movement such as turning eyes, bending over or turning in bed. Often with states of anxiety or when very tired.

With a tendency to fall


after head injuries such as a bruised skull or concussion, which must be clarified by a doctor. Also with vertigo, which leads to falling.

Lac defloratum

Recurring vertigo when standing up, opening your eyes, stretching, or turning your head. You have the feeling of tilting to the right.


Dizziness with a tendency to fall backwards.

Salicylic acid

Patients feel dizzy and tend to tip over to the left or fall.

With nausea

Nux vomica

with nausea and futile urge to vomit or gag. A hangover-like headache over one eye or in the back of the head. Even after excessive alcohol consumption, poisoning or chemotherapy.


with nausea and vomiting or a raging headache. Worse with movement.


especially when getting up, often with nausea and possibly ringing in the ears. Aggravated by lack of sleep and disrupted sleep patterns.

Symptoms of dizziness

Dizziness, medically called vertigo, is an unpleasant phenomenon. Everything is spinning in the head, spatial perception is disturbed. Dizzy spells are often accompanied by

  • nausea,
  • Vomit,
  • sweats,
  • Feeling light-headed or one
  • approaching fainting.

Causes of dizzy spells

Dizziness is a symptom that can have dozens of underlying causes, including

  • alcohol or cigarette consumption,
  • physical exertion,
  • stress or
  • poisoning.

Dizziness can also be a sign of serious medical conditions such as

  • Epilepsy,
  • vascular calcification,
  • Heart attack,
  • cerebral hemorrhage,
  • Stroke,
  • traumatic brain injury or
  • Mental disorders (such as anxiety disorders and panic attacks).

Further tips and information on treatments

If dizziness only occurs from time to time, some tips and home remedies can be helpful. If dizziness is frequent or prolonged, a doctor should be consulted to find and treat the cause.

These tips can help with dizziness:

  • Avoid getting up quickly
  • Drink a glass of water
  • Eat something
  • A few deep breaths
  • Ginkgo biloba
  • Ginger


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