My vertigo would last about a month. What I’ve noticed about my vertigo is that it usually happened in the wintertime. When I first started getting it, I would find the one position I could keep my head to maintain not-spinning. I would stay like that for weeks, my head creaked to the side, until the vertigo went away. After a few bouts, I found that it was better if I didn’t avoid the head position that made me dizzy. Then I found that the exercise I avoided (broomball), while it was worse at first, helped me in the long run.
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