At one point or another, you’ve probably stood up too quickly, and perhaps lost your sense of balance. Feeling dizzy or unsteady can happen briefly and usually isn’t cause for serious concern. However, when that dizziness doesn’t have a clear cause or occurs on a regular basis, there may be an underlying problem.
Vertigo is often linked to other problems related to the ear, and it may leave you wondering “Can hearing aids cause vertigo?” This is an understandable concern as you consider treating your hearing loss with hearing aids. But it’s important to keep in mind that a variety of health issues can cause this condition. (Hint: hearing aids are not one of them.)
Let’s take a look at some common questions and concerns people have about vertigo, clear up misconceptions and discuss how to treat vertigo symptoms.