Vertigo, a subtype of dizziness, occurs frequently in Fibromyalgia. This subtype of dizziness means a person feels the sensation of movement, whether it originates from the body or the surroundings.
Fibromyalgia-related vertigo causes this sensation and it often results from a condition called Neurally Mediated Hypotension, which is defined as “… a miscommunication between the heart and the brain that causes an abnormally low blood volume in the heart’s ventricle.”
It could also be the result of a medicine.
Whatever the cause, dizziness is something that cannot be overlooked. Speak to your doctor or medical professional immediately if you experience anytime of dizziness, whether vertigo, lightheadedness, or almost fainting.
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