Harvard Women's Health Watch
Is vertigo caused by a magnesium deficiency?
Ask the doctors Q. I suffer from vertigo and have heard that taking a magnesium supplement might help. Is that true? If so, how much should I take? A. Vertigo can be caused by almost anything that interferes with the normal function of the inner ear, which is instrumental in preserving balance. The most common form of vertigo — benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) — results when tiny calcium carbonate