Whenever you feel like you are having any of the vertigo symptoms you should definitely visit your family physician or doctor. In medical terms, vertigo is defined as a feeling of movement or in other words hallucination. The feeling of movement usually include spinning or turning of your surrounding environment or yourself.

One of the most common vertigo symptoms is this feeling of movement. This feeling is similar to the one you had while enjoying the merry go round ride in an amusement park or while playing a childhood game of spinning in circles.

Some of the other common vertigo symptoms are the feeling of dizziness or light headedness. This feeling of dizziness or light headedness also results in headache or nausea.

Another one of the important vertigo symptoms is that the person normally remains off balance i.e. he or she is not able to balance himself. The person suffering from vertigo also feels a bit of sickness in his stomach.

However, what is crucial for the people to understand is the point that the vertigo symptoms or dizziness are not the disease in itself instead they are symptoms for other diseases.

The person might have vertigo symptoms for more than one reason such as some vascular diseases or some other neurological diseases. Dizziness or vertigo when the person’s balance is disrupted or he is not able to balance him.

In the human body we have semicircular canals in the inner ear part which are responsible for the equilibrium. In this semicircular canal there is a presence of some fluid like substance along with some tiny or small hairs.

These tiny hairs work as receptors so that they can detect the body movement which is then communicated to the brain. So, once this part is clear we can proceed with the condition that can result in off balance or vertigo.

Some of the most common types of problems that result in vertigo symptoms or vertigo are Menieres disease, labyrinthitis and benign positional vertigo.

From the above list of examples, Meniere’s disease is probably the most common and affects the majority of the people. However, many people still do not go for the treatment of this disease. This disease primarily occurs because of the increase in fluid present in inner ear.

The vertigo or dizziness caused because of this disease can last for many hours or sometimes even days. Some other symptoms of this disease include: vomiting, nausea, pressure or fullness in the ears or ringing in ears.

Labyrinthitis is a condition associated with the inflammation of labyrinth. The labyrinth is a part present in the semicircular canal. This inflammation is normally caused due to some virus. This virus does not respond to majority of the antibiotics. The inflammation makes the fluid thicker and results in disrupting the flow of signal.

In the case of benign positional vertigo is primarily caused due to formation of tiny debris within the fluid of semicircular canals.