Homeopathy treatment for Vertigo from the Homeopathic Therapeutics by Lilienthal. Homeopathic remedies for the treatment of Vertigo…


Aconite [Acon]

Vertigo and headache in forehead and occiput, both worse on bending forward, vertigo, particularly on raising the head, or else on riding from a recumbent position, on stooping or moving the head, and often with the sensation of intoxication, or reeling in the head, loss of consciousness, dimness of the eyes, nausea and qualmishness at the pit of the stomach; while rising up from lying in a warm room; functional heart disease; fainting after emotional excitement.

AEsculus-hip [Aesc]

Vertigo, with sensation of balancing in the head, sensation as if intoxicated; dull stupefying headache, derangement of the portal system; producing nervous congestion in the brain.

AEthusa-cyn [Aeth]

Vertigo, with sleepiness, during and after rising from a seat; in the open air she must lean against something not to fall.

Agaricus [Agar]

Strong sunshine causes momentary vertigo, attacks of vertigo, with staggering gait and imperfect vision, even of near objects, only removable by thinking of quite different things; vertigo from mental exertion and high living; tendency of falling forward; partial amaurotic blindness, with floating muscae and vibrating spectra, and partial numbness of left side of tongue, sensitiveness to cold air; vertigo early in thee morning; in open air, from sunlight, in a room when turning about, amelioration by quickly turning the head.

Aletris-far [Alet]

Vertigo in cases of debility arising from protracted illness, loss of fluids, defective nutrition; vertigo from mental overexertion, with general debility; excessive nausea with giddiness; frequent attacks of fainting with dizziness.

Aloe [Aloe]

Revolving vertigo, aggravated by turning quickly round of when ascending stairs; insecurity in walking and standing; vertigo after dinner, as if he were seated on a high chair; severe headache and vertigo from abdominal plethora, Vertigo in women of nervous, relaxed or phlegmatic habits during climaxis.

Alumen [Alumn]

Vertigo when looking downward, as if he would fall forward; rush of blood to head; vertigo with headache in the evening, ceasing when lying down.

Alumina [ALum]

Vertigo in old people with atheromata or earthy deposits on the cerebral or cardiac arteries, vertigo in the morning, increased by stooping, better after breakfast and from wiping the eyes; reeling vertigo, as if he would fall over when walking, during which he staggers; vertigo, as if everything were turning in a circle; fear of falling forward when closing the eyes; chronic disease in dry; thin subjects and old people, who are easily affected by slightest amount of liquor.

Ambra [Ambr]

Excessive vertigo, especially in the open air, she must lie down; weak feeling in stomach, relieved by eating; sensation of weakness and coldness in head, old people or young, restless, fidgety, nervous persons; limbs go to sleep easily; patient totters when he walks.

Ammonium-carb [Am-c]

Reeling dizziness, as if from intoxication, towards evening after having been sitting; vertigo in the morning, when reading and sitting at night, with luminous vibrations before the eyes, and staggering as if he would fall, as everything were turning in a circle, at night, when moving thee head, or from morning till evening, and most violent in thee evening, with nausea and loss of appetite.

Anacardium [Anac]

Vertigo on stooping and on rising from stooping, as if he were turning round to thee left; dim sight with the vertigo.

Angustura-vera [Ang]

A feeling of vertigo seizes him when he walks across flowing water or beside a canal; he fears he shall fall in; vertigo proceeding from occiput.

Apis-mell [Apis]

Severe vertigo, aggravated when sitting or walking, worse when lying down and shutting the eyes, revolving vertigo and fainting, dimness before the eyes when stooping; vertigo and headache in the evening after sleeping; sensation as if there were water in the brain and as if the brain fell forward with every motion.

Arnica [Arn]

Vertigo in consequence of a too copious meal, with nausea and obscuration of sight; dizziness in the forehead, especially when walking, everything turning with her and threatening to fall over with her; vertigo slight when sitting quietly, increased by moving about, so that he staggers and is afraid of falling; feeling of confusion in head and headache, apoplexy; bad effects from concussion of the brain; vertigo when shutting eyes and when lying down; sleepiness.

Argentum-met [Arg-m]

Sudden vertigo, as if a mist were before the eyes; crawling and whirling in head, as if drunk, giddiness when looking at running water; vertigo when reading; he cannot think rightly, on entering the room from a walk.

Argentum-nitr [Arg-n]

Morning dizziness, with headache; complete but transitory blindness, nausea and confusion of the senses, buzzing in the ears, and general debility of the limbs, as after fatigue, and trembling; dizziness before falling asleep; weakness of memory; dulness of senses; sensation of expansion, mentally as well as bodily, when looking high up in the street; epileptiform vertigo; tendency to cerebral softening; sight of high houses always causes dizziness and staggering, it seemed as if the houses on each side of the street would approach and crush him; vertigo when walking with eyes closed, which alarms him; staggering when walking in the dark, has to seize hold of things.

Arsenicum [Ars]

Vertigo, with reeling during a walk in the open air; with stupid feeling in the forehead, as if intoxicated; vertigo as if one would fall, only when walking, or every evening closing the eyes; with obscuration of sight; with vanishing of sight when raising the head; with nausea and disposition to vomit in a recumbent posture, less when sitting up; vertigo when shutting eyes, as if he would fall, when walking over an open space; vertigo and fainting from cardiac weakness.

Arsenicum-hydr [Ars-h]

Vertigo on going up-stairs, not on going downstairs, and less felt on level ground.

Asafoetida [Asaf]

Hysteria and hypochondriasis; congestion of the portal system and pulsation of the veins, vertigo, with violent pressing in the head, with vanishing of sight in the evening, and afterwards cold sweat on the forehead and limbs, with colic; accumulation of gas, constantly pressing upward none downward.

Artemisia-vulgaris [Art-v]

Epileptic vertigo; dizziness caused by colored window glass, but not by white light; great heaviness of head and congestion of all cerebro-spinal vessels.

Aurum [Aur]

MENIERE’S DISEASE; vertigo, especially in old people, when stopping as if turning in a circle, goes off when rising; as if drunk, when walking in open air; feels as if he would fall to the left; must lie down and even then it returns for sometimes on the slightest motion.

Baptisia-tinc [Bapt]

Headache, commencing in the occiput and extending forward over the vertex; vertigo, with confused feeling in the head, a swimming sensation, very like that one experiences before the operation of an emetic, aggravation by stooping and by noise.

Belladonna [Bell]

Vertigo attended with nausea, as is experienced when turning quickly round in a circle or when walking from a morning sleep after spending a night in revelry; dizziness relieved in the open air, aggravated in the room; fits of dizziness, both when at rest or in motion, attended with dulness of mind; accompanied with loss of consciousness and falling, with anguish and luminous vibrations before the eyes, when rising from a recumbent posture; when stooping; vertigo, with vanishing of sight, stupefaction, and debility, and a tendency to fall backward, or to the left side, epileptiform vertigo, often reflex from congestion of sexual organs or sexual organs or spinal cord.

Bismuth [Bism]

Violent vertigo, with considerable headache and sensation as if the front half of the brain whirled round in a circle, tinnitus, dim slight, particularly on moving fast, with heat all over the body (evening0 contracted pulse, empty eructations and pressure in the stomach.

Borax [Bor]

Anxiety on sudden downward motion; sickness from riding; especially on the back seat,(?); attacks of dizziness, with loss of presence of mind; vertigo and fulness of the head early in the morning; vertigo and fulness of head of going up hill or up stairs; vertigo as if pushed from right to left and sometimes forward.

Bovista [Bov]

Sudden attacks of vertigo and feeling of stupidity in head while standing momentary loss of consciousness, preceding or following a morning headache.

Bromium [Brom]

Giddiness, as if he would fall backward; vertigo, particularly in the evening when lying down, with dulness of head; giddiness as soon as he ATTEMPTS TO CROSS FLOWING WATER; aggravation whilst driving rapidly or in damp weather; nausea but no vomiting; (>) from nosebleed.

Bryonia [Bry]

Vertigo when rising from a chair; disappearing after walking; dizziness the whole day, as if intoxicated, with weakness of the limbs; vertigo when sitting straight in bed, with nausea and fainting; vertigo whilst walking in fresh air, always going off when sitting down; tendency to falling backward.

Samuel Lilienthal
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal (1815-1891) was from Germany, and became a pioneer homeopath in America. He received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Munich in 1838. After he moved to the United States, he was hired as Professor of Clinical Medicine at New York College for Women, and also as Professor of Mental and Nervous Diseases at the New York Homeopathic College.
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal was the author of many great books including “Homeopathic Therapeutics”. For many years, with the support of Dr. Constantine Hering, he was the editor of the North American Journal of Homeopathy. Dr. Lilienthal passed away on February 2nd 1891 in San Francisco.