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I notice that many people here have varying symptoms with regards dizziness. I realise that many of you have been diagnosed with specific conditions but some of you seem uncertain about the underlying cause of their discomfort..
I had been diagnosed with labyrinthitis but noticed that my various symptoms ocurred after eating certain foods. Acid reflux and dizziness can be a big clue that the problem originates from digestive issues. The acid can affect hearing and can cause ringing in the ears, dizziness and many other symptoms, such as balance issues, hedaches, nausea and tiredness. I would urge many of you who are uncertain of the underlying problem to keep track of what you are eating to see if your diet is linked to your symptoms.
In my case, the source of my problems has been proven to be digestive with carbohydrates proving to be a major trigger. I now take essential enzymes, probiotics, B12, Iron, folic acid and follow a low carb diet which has helped significantly.
It's worth reading the many articles and research on pre-diabetes and also B12 deficiency symptoms. Talk to your GP about your findings, as I did, before taking any of the supplements.
I feel so much better now that I'm tackling the root cause of my problem and I I hope my own story can be a source of help to someone else.
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