2. Semont-Toupet maneuver

This is a less well-known maneuver, but it's equally useful. You can do it in the comfort of your own home, and it doesn't require anything but a flat surface and a pillow. The Semont-Toupet maneuver is considered in many ways similar to the Epley maneuver. What makes it special is that it doesn't require neck flexibility.

Follow these steps:

  1. Sit upright on a flat surface.
  2. Place a pillow behind you and stretch your legs.
  3. Slowly lie down and turn your body to the right side while your head is facing the left side and looking upward.
  4. Change your position so that your body is turned to the left side while your head is facing the right side looking downward.
  5. Return to your normal position with your body sitting straight up while your head is looking forwards.
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