The Half Somersault or Foster maneuver for BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo) should help with vertigo symptoms if done appropriately. For other BPPV treatments and maneuvers watch this video:
The half somersault maneuver, like every other BPPV maneuver, could make you’re feeling more dizzy or sick for a brief time frame afterwards. Sometimes people do get sick and vomit, so make sure that you are ready to remain and residential and loosen up after the treatment.
Each position must be held for about 30 seconds or until the spinning stops. Sometimes it must be performed 3-5 times in a row, but it’s endorsed to attend quarter-hour in between each treatment session.
Vertigo Treatment with Easy Exercises (BPPV):
Epley Maneuver for Vertigo:
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Vertigo Half Somersault Maneuver for BPPV:
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