The Epley maneuver worked for a bad case of morning dizziness. Once I lay on my bed with my head slightly extended over the end, I turned to the left and as expected, the dizziness intensified. After a minute of laying like this, it subsided. I turned my head to the other side and felt no dizziness. This simple maneuver really works and is easy to do!
The Epley Maneuver worked for me. I suffered for over a month with dizziness and finally went to ENT and she did the Epley and showed me how to do it. It worked right away. She said if it happened again, just do the maneuver.
This problem originates in the inner ear and can quite easily be corrected with a very simple exercise called "Epley's Maneauver". This exercise was demonstrated to me when I went to a doctor for dizziness. YouTube shows how to do the exercise as well as showing exactly what and where in the inner ear this equilibrium is controlled. Anyone can easily do the exercise; it's very simple, and it works!
This is not a vertigo cure, but a possible way to help you cope when a vertigo episode happens.
I have been having all sorts of weird stuff happening with my ears in the last few weeks. I am 46, an audio engineer and had my first incident with vertigo 2 weeks ago and then another last week. I think I have "glue ear" which I am not sure is the same as an ear infection. Sorry I digress.
Anyway, just thought I would pass this on. The Epley Maneuver is a great way to deal with a vertigo episode. I had a mild attack last week, did the Epley Maneuver and the room rocking back and forth stopped!
Here's a youtube video of this simple movement. I hope it works for you!