A vertigo sufferer can feel dizzy, have headaches, dizziness and loss of balance.
Vertigo is the inability to fall into a stable position.
In the UK, vertigo is sometimes referred to as “spasming” or “headache-inducing”.
If you experience these symptoms, call your GP.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has a list of exercises to help you stay calm in the vertigo haze.
It says that the exercises can help reduce symptoms of vertigo and prevent falls, but they can also be very beneficial.
It recommends exercises such as:Hold your head up high, facing a wall.
Lie down on a pillow and roll around in circles.
Do a somersault.
Stand up, hold your head high and roll to your left and right.
Roll around the room and hold your left arm out to the side.
Roll over to your right and lay on your back.
Roll your legs and sit on your right side.
Lie back down.
Roll over on your left leg and lie on your stomach.
Roll left and then right, back and forth.
Lie on your head and turn your head.
Stand and walk on a flat surface, preferably a table or chair.
Roll and sit in the same position.
Stand in the centre of a room and roll.
Hold a hand out towards the ceiling.
Roll to your feet and sit back on your heels.
Roll down the stairs and then sit down on the bed.
Roll on a rug and then roll over to the other side.
Sit up and then lie down on your feet.
Roll up the stairs, sit on the floor and roll over onto your back on top of your head to rest your back against the wall.
Stand on a chair and hold the leg up above the other leg.
Roll around to your back and sit with the leg down.
Roll to your side and lie down with the arm at your side.
Sit up on your toes and then lay on the left side.
Lie on your side, roll onto your stomach, and then stand on your hands and knees.
Roll backwards with your legs, hands and feet and then back and forward to roll on the carpet.
Stand, sit and roll on a towel.
Roll on your tummy.
Sit down on one knee, face forward, and roll with your right leg, hands, and feet.
Stand for 30 seconds, then lay down.
Stand up and roll your right arm up.
Roll forward to sit on top, on your knees and then fold your left arms in a triangle to your sides.
Lie back down on two pillows.
Roll and sit up on a table, a chair or chair stand, on the ground.
Roll, sit up and lie back on a mattress.
Roll back and up, with your hands, feet and arms at your sides, to lie down.
Sit back on one leg.
Roll your body around the chair.
Roll with your arms and feet, hands on the sides of the chair, on to the floor.
Roll across the floor to lie on the opposite side.
Lay down on both legs.
Stand upright and roll the other arm up with your feet towards you.
Roll down to your knees.
Lie with your eyes closed.
Roll the other hand over the side of your face, then across your nose.
Roll across your mouth.
Roll up the right side of the head and then the left.
Roll right side to left.
Lie down on opposite side of head.
Roll legs back and roll left.
Stand with feet together.
Roll for 15 seconds, turn your body slightly.
Roll onto the floor, face back.
Roll hands and foot towards you, then roll.
Roll through the centre.
Roll forward, keeping your legs straight and arms straight, until you are lying on the mat with your head slightly towards you and your arms at the back of your knees, then lie back down to roll.
Stand back up and hold hands and toes together.
Stand at the base of a tree and roll towards you with both feet.
Roll into the middle of a leaf, face forwards.
Roll along the leaf, keeping the body straight and head in the middle.
Roll outwards to a tree, keeping legs straight, arms and head at the sides, and lying down to the mat.
Roll in the opposite direction to the previous roll.
Hold your arms straight out at sides and the left hand on your lap, then your right hand on the back and back to your lap.
Roll all the way around, keeping both hands at the front of the body, then rolling across the front.
Roll under the foot of the foot and roll forward to lie flat on your belly.
Roll again towards you but hold the arms straight and your legs at the side with your knees slightly bent.
Roll sideways and hold both hands straight out.
Roll straight up and down until you reach your head, then hold it at your forehead and