Some quick remedies from Healthline
Certain foods and nutrients may help relieve symptoms of dizziness.
Dehydration is a common cause of dizziness. If you feel tired and thirsty and urinate less often when you’re dizzy, try drinking water and staying hydrated.
Ginger may help relieve symptoms of motion sickness and dizziness. It may also help treat nausea in pregnant women.
You can take ginger in many forms. Add fresh or ground ginger to your diet, drink ginger tea, or take ginger supplements.
However, you should always consult your doctor before taking any kind of supplement, even if it’s natural. Supplements can interfere with other medical conditions you have or medications you take.
- bell peppers
Vitamin E can help maintain the elasticity of your blood vessels. This can help prevent circulation problems. Vitamin E can be found in:
- wheat germ
Vitamin D has been shown to help you improve after BPPV attacks.
If your doctor thinks you have anemia, they may encourage you to get more iron. Iron can be found in foods such as:
- red meat
- dark leafy greens