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Use this maneuver to treat your Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV).
Notice the pillow behind the shoulders. Your head must not lie on the pillow.
this shouldnt be done on a regular basis. this should be done only once.
Do this before sleeping. then after doing this, you have to sleep on an inclined position to keep the gravity down. what i did was i slept on 2 thick pillows to keep my head as vertical as possible. then in the morning, try to keep your head steady. avoid bowing down or leaning back. Keep your head vertically positioned for the next 24hours right after you do this Epley maneuver. If you fail to keep your head vertically, it is most likely your BPPV wont be treated. and you have to do this maneuver again.
This maneauver should be done once. worse case scenario is you do it more than once until you get really well.
for me, i did this twice. so it wasnt easy. but after that i still felt drowzy for after a week. then all became normal.
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alternative maneuver to the Epley.
Though in most cases patients found the Epley to be more effective. This is just a "plan-b" in case the Epley doesn't seem to help.
do this 3x a day (morning, noon, and evening)
here are the steps i found from a site:
"Start sitting upright. Then move into the side-lying position, with the head angled upward about halfway. An easy way to remember this is to imagine someone standing about 6 feet in front of you, and just keep looking at their head at all times. Stay in the side-lying position for 30 seconds, or until the dizziness subsides if this is longer, then go back to the sitting position. Stay there for 30 seconds, and then go to the opposite side and follow the same routine."
do this for 5 rounds. one session should be at least 10 minutes. do this 3x per day for 2 weeks. or twice per day for 3 weeks if you like.