Common Causes of Vertigo

Environmental Condition

Motion sickness

Drugs

Transient ischemic attack (temporary disturbances in brain function caused by insufficient blood supply to parts of the brain for brief periods) affecting the vertebral and basilar arteries

Abnormalities in the Ear

Neurologic Disorders

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