Health Tip: Why is the Room Spinning?
June 23 -- (HealthDay News) -- Dizziness typically isn't a serious problem. Most of the time, dizziness resolves itself or the underlying cause can be treated fairly easily.
The U.S. National Library of Medicine offers these common reasons for dizziness:Standing up too quickly.The flu.The common cold.Allergies.Low blood sugar.Vertigo.Problems with the inner ear, such as Meniere's disease or labyrinthitis.Irregular heart rhythm, stroke, brain tumor, multiple sclerosis, or significant drop in blood pressure. These less common but more serious causes require evaluation and treatment.