Vertigo is often caused by an inner ear problem but other conditions can influence attacks as well.
If you have vertigo, you might feel like you’re spinning or the room is spinning.
Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Neil Sherian treats vertigo patients.
He says some people with migraines will get vertigo with their headaches.
So seasonal changes, barometric pressure changes or changes in the weather may impact migraine-related vertigo attacks.
Dr. Cherian recommends if you have ongoing problems with vertigo talk to your medical provider.
If they can’t determine the cause, visiting an ear, nose and throat specialist or neurologist may help.