Vestibular Migraines

Vestibular migraine is often characterised when a typical migraine headaches occurs with dizziness, vertigo and/or imbalance.

Episodes of dizziness can be as short as a few seconds or as long as a whole day. The dizziness may feel like a sense of unsteadiness or imbalance. People who experience vertigo with VM may feel like their surroundings are moving (i.e. the room is spinning), or have the sensation that they are moving when they are not.

Often people with VM veer to one side when trying to walk during episodes.

Though some attacks of dizziness occur with typical migraine headaches, people with VM may also experience headaches without dizziness, or dizziness without headaches.

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