And it all begins with Wendy.
As Wendy stood up from her chair, the room began to spin.
Her vision became blurry, and her ears were buzzing.
At that moment, the world was moving in slow motion.
Even as she fell, it was like lying down on the floor.
Only when her head hit the tiles, did she feel the impact.
Wendy’s 11-year-old grandson ran over and grabbed her shoulders.
“Are you okay?” he asked with tears in his eyes.
She didn’t answer.
We’ll get back to Wendy in a second. But first, I want to make a serious point:
If you think your vertigo or occasional dizziness is just an inconvenience…
Vertigo is the number one cause of broken bones and head injuries in people over 55.
It often leads to deadly head fractures and loss of cognitive function due to internal bleeding and brain injuries.
It’s the most frequent complaint doctors receive.
And worst of all, it’s a clear indicator that you’re at high risk of stroke – you could experience one any minute now.
They don’t even know what causes it.
How could they provide a reliable treatment?
You’ve probably been told that your vertigo, dizziness or other balance problems are caused by something like: