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Brand new research revealing a potential prescription for vertigo.
Can believe it was on YouTube you heard right doctor Siegel could this really -- sources where people are going to go now YouTube they should -- -- here I think.
There you -- Jamie that's where -- wanna start which is I always say in David always says we want people to see their doctor this isn't about going YouTube and finding a cure.
We're talking about the nine -- dismal position -- vertical what is that.
Well vertigo is when the room is spending now if this is persistent and you and your vertigo doesn't go away you need a doctor -- it could be neurological.
But if it's coming and going and its position -- when you move to one side over another.
That could be the benign transitional type don't diagnose it yourself don't go to YouTube yourself.
But here's what happens if it is benign Jamie it's something called Iraq's.
Calcium carbonate forms in your inner ear and it gets lodged in there it gets stuck.
So there's just -- maneuver called the apple you -- -- literally move your head on one side.
And then you move it on the other side and then you move again.
And if that actually works about 7080% of the time to dislodge the Xerox -- -- treatment that in your nose and throat doctor Mike doing their office.
But I don't think it's something that you should doing YouTube the interesting thing about the study is that they found.
That the YouTube videos were pretty accurate in telling you how to do it but I'm not gonna tell you to do that work.
It looked there was I agree with bookmarks.
To do with the -- -- self diagnose yourself but I think we live in an era -- there's so much information out there.
And I remember actually 78 years ago when -- put.
The video of my own surgery on YouTube most pitches were looking at it and there were coming would really excellent question is so I think in this particular one.
University of Michigan looked at all -- -- YouTube's 3000 videos three million hits 64% of them are accurate.
You have to know which one is right in which one is not so.
The first time you don't wanna go to YouTube but if you have the diagnosis of vertigo you can go look at the technique can either learn from that.
-- visit to -- emergency room for vertical would cause -- 2700 dollars that can get to that can take care of that.
But a lot of things can give you similar symptoms like vertical for example -- epilepsy.
You know any seizure so you have to go and make sure once said the diagnosis I think this is a good information -- America has been pumping your own doctor you've -- tops our.
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