The Epley maneuver is a useful exercise to treat vertigo. A short single session of 15 minutes, with the help of a doctor, can provide significant relief. The exercise involves moving the head in specific directions that channel vertigo-causing debris into another part of the ear. Except for people with back and neck problems, vascular conditions, and retinal detachment. This maneuver is safe and can be done at home when an episode begins.
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