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You're lying in your bed. Suddenly with a turn in the bed there it is again, a really strong dizziness in your head and the sense that you're about to tip over. Maybe it's strong enough to make you want to throw up, maybe it isn't. Either way you just want it to go away. You wait for the dizziness to settle, but know that when you get up from bed or turn your neck the same feelings will return. So why is this happening? These are the typical symptoms of someone with Benign Paroxysmal Positional...
Posted on 2018-10-04