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By Jack J. Wazen

Locate Your Balance
Recent information exhibit that greater than ninety million americans will adventure dizziness at a while in the course of their lives. the good news is that eighty to ninety percentage of victims can locate aid. during this finished consultant, one of many nation's prime specialists on stability issues tells the hundreds of thousands of victims what they could to do to overcome dizziness -- what it truly is, why they think this manner, and what they could do approximately it.
In Dizzy, Dr. Jack Wazen uncovers the basis factors of this disabling, difficult-to-diagnose syndrome and stocks the treatments and strategies which could go back patients' lives to general, together with crucial details on:
• how you can determine stability disorders
• sorts of problems: from the interior ear to the circulatory and significant apprehensive platforms to systemic, sensory, and visible disorders
• stability rehabilitation therapy
• drugs and surgical options
• Acupuncture, biofeedback, hypnosis, and dietary and natural supplements
From the place to get support to the fabulous merits of a low-sodium vitamin, choked with encouraging tales of sufferers who've came upon everlasting reduction, Dizzy exhibits persistent victims find out how to get their lives again on course -- and in stability.

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