Common symptoms of vertigo
Common symptoms  of this condition include:
• Spinning sensation.
• Blurry or altered vision.
• Hearing loss, usually in one ear.
• Lack of balance – instability problems.
• Ringing in the ears.
• Nausea or vomiting.
• High temperature
Vertigo may or may not be due to an underlying illness. As earlier mentioned, sudden movements of the head can cause vertigo, but in some cases, it can suggest as a sign of a serious health condition. Another non-illness-related cause of vertigo is l spinning in circles or medication side effects.
Slow and controlled movements can help relieve vertigo, and using a walking stick can help in severe cases. Usually, the symptoms resolve without medications, but it is best to seek immediate medical attention where symptoms are persistent. More serious signs of vertigo include: difficulty speaking, extreme weakness or fatigue, numbness in arms or legs, difficulty walking, Migraine or headaches