3 Ways to Identify Triggers for Vertigo and Vestibular Migraines

I noticed that in previous posts I note to make sure you identify your triggers but I never explained how to do that!

1) Keep a diary. Note when each episode of vertigo or migraine starts, what you had been doing right before it, what you had eaten that day, the weather outside, etc. This will help you find your triggers once you begin seeing patterns.

2) Keep a close watch on your food intake. Food seems to be a huge trigger for a lot of people  so keep an eye on what you eat and what causes vertigo or migraine flare ups.

3) Note sleep habits. Too much or too little sleep often has an effect on vertigo and migraines.

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