2. Head Rotation
While the Epley movement is a very effective treatment for a specific type of vertigo, sometimes you won’t have a bed to hand that you can lie down on. What’s more, is that it can be a little complicated to remember, especially when the world is spinning!
Often then, it is simple enough to rotate the head around. Doing this can help to essentially ‘reset’ many of your systems that are collecting data. This includes the semi-circular canals, the article, and the vestibule. This is an especially good fit for anyone that is feeling vertigo after having quickly moved their head around.
Rotate your head slowly in each direction. Feel how these rotations affect how you feel and be careful to make sure you are improving the condition and not exacerbating it. Going too fast can make you feel worse!