Is Vertigo Permanent?

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Usually vertigo is not permanent and it goes away when its cause is removed. The most common cause of vertigo is an infection of the inner ear that creates inflammation of the nerves responsible for the sense of balance.
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Vertigo in most cases is not permanent. It can be caused by an inner ear imbalance, which may be treatable. You can also do special exercises, used by pilots, to strengthen your balance and overcome vertigo.
Vertigo is a feeling of falling. The feeling of vertigo is seldom permanent, if a feeling of falling persists it is likely an ear disorder and should be checked out by a doctor.
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