Daily Supplement for Vertigo with Dr. Tonia Farmer and WebMD

Dr. Tonia Farmer explains that vertigo symptoms like dizziness and swaying can result from inner ear issues and nutrient deficiencies, highlighting the importance of nutrition and suggesting the use of Lipo Flavonoid Advanced Balance Support with Ginkgo Biloba and Vitamin D to reduce the risk of vertigo.

According to WebMD, More than 36 million people (65% of people in the U.S. aged 60 or older) experience dizziness or loss of balance, often daily. They said benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) affects the inner ear structures that help us balance. BPPV affects at least 9% of adults aged 18 to 352 and worsens with age because as we get older, the delicate structures of our inner ear decline.

Dr. Tonia Farmer, board-certified otolaryngologist says balance issues and bouts of dizziness, swaying, and spinning are common symptoms of vertigo.

She says these issues are often caused by an age-related decline of inner ear structures and can worsen due to nutrient deficiency.

She recommends that patients struggling with chronic balance issues due to inner ear health should consider a daily supplement like Lipo Flavonoid’s Advanced Balance Support.

“It’s formulated with key ear health nutrients like Ginkgo Biloba and Vitamin D, which are clinically shown to help reduce the risk of vertigo-like symptoms such as dizziness, spinning, and swaying,”
says Dr. Farmer.

You can find Lipo Flavonoid Advance Balance Support at major retailers and on Amazon. See all stores here.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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