Benign Positional Vertigo Symptoms
Symptoms of benign positional vertigo include:
- Sudden attacks of vertigo:
- Attacks of vertigo are triggered by a change in head position.
- Attacks of vertigo usually last for less than one minute, and then slowly go away.
- Unsteady sensation:
- Unsteadiness that worsens with movement or walking
- Balance problems
- Blurred vision
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