Don’t Let Vertigo Stop Your Summer Fun

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How to Make the Most of the End of Summer, Despite Your Vertigo

Summer is quickly coming to an end, which means that this is your last chance to plan those awesome trips that you’ve had your eye on. If you’ve been squeamish about trying some new activities this summer like camping, body boarding, or tubing because you’re afraid that your vertigo symptoms will hold you back, it’s time to stop worrying and start having fun. Don’t let the end of summer pass you by. Learn how to better manage your vertigo symptoms so you can make the most of this special time of year.

Get Your Doctor’s Help

Before you head off on a wild weekend adventure, you might want to talk to your primary care doctor about how you can prevent an episode of vertigo while you’re out and about. Be honest about what you plan to do on your vacation, even if it’s just a daytrip. Your doctor might recommend a light prescription or a physical therapy session to help you prepare for your trip.

Hold Back on the Alcohol

As tempting as drinking can be during the good weather, becoming intoxicated will only exacerbate your vertigo symptoms. Alcohol dehydrates the body, saps your ability to stay balanced and focused, and can lead to injury if an episode of vertigo were to occur. Stay safe this summer and try to plan some sober activities with your friends and loved ones.

Focus on the Basics

If you suffer from vertigo, you can’t neglect your body, especially if you’re miles away from home or camping in the middle of nowhere. If you really want to have a good time this summer, make sure that you’re getting plenty of rest, eating a balanced diet, and staying hydrated. Try to limit your time in the sun as much as possible and keep a bottle of water nearby at all times. If you start to feel worn-out, don’t be afraid to give yourself a time-out.

Hang with People You Trust

Your friends are your greatest allies. They can make sure that if anything happens you have everything you need to relieve symptoms and you don’t have to worry a bit about what they think of you, because they have your back like you have theirs. You can get out and adventure, knowing you’re in good hands.

Three-Five Minute Relief

Also, don’t forget to bring a long a bottle of DiVertigo. A few drops can relieve your vertigo symptoms in less than five minutes. Put your vertigo on hold and get back to summer fun.


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