What is Giddiness? Singapore Chiopractor Explains

Are you feeling off-balance, like the world around you is spinning? You may be experiencing giddiness, a condition that can disrupt your daily life and leave you searching for answers. But fear not! In Singapore, chiropractors are equipped with the knowledge and expertise to unravel the mysteries of giddiness. So, if you’re curious to uncover the causes, symptoms, and potential chiropractic solutions for this unsettling sensation, read on to explore what giddiness truly means, through the eyes of a Singapore chiropractor. Get ready to find your balance again!

What is Giddiness?

Giddiness is another way to describe dizziness (see the definition, here). This is a sensation of instability. Read on to find out what giddiness and dizziness are, their causes, and what you can do to solve this problem.

Giddiness is a sense of movement felt from inside the body and/or head, which can lead to:

  1. an increased chance of falling
  2. feeling light headed
  3. loss of balance
  4. feeling the world is spinning

Read more about Vertigo here.

When sufferers experience this problem it can make normal daily activities very difficult, such as driving, exercising or even playing with their children. For others this can lead to a steep decline in overall quality of life, such as having to quit a career, loss of social life and deterioration of family and personal relationships.

Get your vertigo tested with us today!

Why does it happen?

Dizziness can be caused by a number of factors, including inner ear problems, vestibular issues, upper neck misalignments, or chemical imbalances. If it is a persisting problem, and the presence of a growth or chemical condition has been excluded, then the upper neck should be examined to determine if it is playing a role.

Solution

At Vitality Chiropractic we commonly see patients with giddiness and dizziness, including vertigo. For these patients they have usually already seen an ENT, medical doctor or other allied health professionals, such as TCM or massage. This is where we help them make a change. At Vitality Chiropractic in Singapore, we use a specialised technique called Upper Cervical, which is very effective for these conditions. We are the only centre in Singapore to provide this care, helping patients who have already tried and failed with other colleagues.

Understand more about Giddiness and Vertigo Diagnosis here.

FAQs

What is giddiness and how can a chiropractor in Singapore help?

Giddiness refers to a feeling of lightheadedness or unsteadiness. A chiropractor in Singapore can help by addressing underlying musculoskeletal issues that may contribute to giddiness.

Can chiropractic care in Singapore provide relief from giddiness?

Yes, chiropractic care in Singapore can offer relief from giddiness by identifying and correcting any spinal misalignments or nerve dysfunctions that may be causing the symptoms.

What techniques do chiropractors in Singapore use to address giddiness?

Chiropractors in Singapore may use techniques such as spinal adjustments, therapeutic exercises, and postural corrections to alleviate giddiness and improve overall balance.

Are chiropractors in Singapore experienced in diagnosing giddiness?

Yes, chiropractors in Singapore are trained to diagnose giddiness by conducting a comprehensive evaluation, considering medical history, and performing relevant examinations.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO SEE RESULTS FROM CHIROPRACTIC CARE FOR GIDDINESS?

The time it takes to see results from chiropractic care for giddiness can vary depending on the individual’s condition. However, many patients experience improvements within a few sessions.

Is chiropractic care a suitable option for managing chronic giddiness in Singapore?

Yes, chiropractic care in Singapore can be a suitable option for managing chronic giddiness, as it focuses on addressing the underlying causes and promoting optimal nervous system function.

Since 2013, Upper Cervical Chiropractor, DC. Shaan Rai helped patients achieve greater health, relocating to Singapore in 2016 and founding Vitality Chiropractic Centres. He has an impressive track record in providing relief and solutions for people who experience nerve system problems, such as headaches, migraines, dizziness, vertigo or neurological conditions.

Take your life back.

For a Complimentary, no-obligation call with the Chiropractor or to book a Consultation, call +65 8438 9550 or email help@vitalitychiropracticcentres.com to find out if we can help you at our Chiropractic Clinic in Singapore.

Written by

Shaan Rai (Chiropractic, Singapore)

Shaan (UK) is based in Singapore. He is a GCC registered Singapore Chiropractor, completing a 5 year course at AECC, attaining his Masters in Chiropractic. His career has been specialised in neurological cases, such as migraines and vertigo. He is the Vuce President and Chairman for Outreach & Charity for Alliance of Chiropractic (AoC) and is a founder of Vitality Chiropractic Singapore. He developed the NeuroPro method, combining Upper Cervical techniques with Functional Neurology Rehab.

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