Natural Treatment for Common Symptoms of Vertigo VertiFree™ is a safe, effective, non-addictive natural remedy made of 100% homeopathic ingredients. Formulated by our team of experts in natural medicine, VertiFree™ helps to temporarily relieve symptoms of inner ear imbalance, vertigo, and feelings of disorientation. VertiFree™ is a powerful homeopathic formulation for addressing symptoms such as dizziness, nausea, and spinning sensations or motion disturbances. Using a unique, proprietary blend of four highly diluted and scientifically selected natural substances, VertiFree™ provides an effective and safe choice for wooziness, unsteadiness, and support for maintaining normal inner ear fluid levels. Taken internally, VertiFree™ contains no artificial colors or preservatives and is available in convenient, small tablets that can be chewed or dissolved. Since homeopathic remedies have no known side effects or interactions with other medicines or herbal supplements, it is also safe to use for all ages. For additional support, PureCalm™, an herbal supplement for promoting feelings of calm and a relaxed mood, is a great complementary remedy to VertiFree™. To ensure the safety of VertiFree™ and to provide the highest quality, most effective product, all Native Remedies® homeopathic medicines and biochemic tissue salts are manufactured in a FDA-registered and cGMP-compliant pharmaceutical facility under the supervision of qualified homeopaths and responsible pharmacists. Individual ingredients are listed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS). For more than 200 years, homeopathy has been used to provide relief for a broad array of symptoms from a number of health conditions. It uses the premise of like-treats-like to help address specific symptoms, utilizing natural ingredients to provide temporary relief from the same symptoms that at full-strength they would cause. One Year Money Back Guarantee We are so certain that you will be completely satisfied with our wonderful, natural products, that we offer an unconditional money back guarantee. Simply try our products for at least 30 days. If you are not completely satisfied for any reason & return the product to us for a complete refund less shipping fees. Symptoms of Vertigo Vertigo can be described as the sensation of spinning, whirling, or moving that occurs when a person's balance is disturbed. It is a perception that you or your surroundings are moving, and is often associated with unsteadiness and disorientation. If you feel that as though you're moving, it is referred to as subjective vertigo. If it feels like your surroundings are in motion, it's referred to as objective vertigo. Symptoms of vertigo may be constant or episodic, lasting from minutes to hours, sometimes persisting for weeks or months. Common symptoms include nausea, dizziness, vomiting, inner ear imbalance, sensations of motion or disorientation, involuntary eye movements or double vision, weak limbs, sweating, ringing in ears, lightheadedness, and problems balancing. These symptoms can have a serious impact on the daily lives of people suffering from them. Normal activities such as driving a car or walking down stairs can become extremely difficult, compromising a person's ability to be fully functional in daily tasks and social activities. Common vertigo symptoms can be brought on by conditions including but not limited to inner ear damage or fluid imbalance, menopause, motion sickness or altitude sickness, and migraine headaches. Other Treatments for Symptoms of Vertigo Support inner ear balance and overall holistic health with these tips: Limit salt in your diet - this may help minimize build-up in ears. Exercise regularly to stay active and avoid stress. Stop smoking as it constricts blood flow to the inner ear. Monitor and control high blood pressure and cholesterol. Make your home safe to prevent unnecessary falls. Avoid driving or operating heavy machinery if you're having frequent vertigo sensations. Try to manage stress by practicing relaxation techniques such as deep breathing exercises, yoga, or meditation. Practice eye exercises by looking from near to far, up and down, or side to side.