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Old 04.01.2023, 14:48
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Re: BPPV (Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo) any tips?

There are some causes, like calcium deposits that end up in the canals of the inner ear. The tiny hairs in these canals tell us where we are in space and how we're moving by the direction of the fluid inner ear that moves them. If calcium deposits fall onto these tiny hairs it can wreak havoc with your balance etc.

There are other causes. If it is calcium deposits, there's no getting into the canals to remove the rocks.
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