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Can vertigo cause body tremors? Such as hands neck and legs?

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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Vertigo

This is a symptom, not a disease.
It is often produced by abnormalities in the semicircular canals, the cerebellum, or associated areas and consists of a rotary sensation of you around the environment or the environment around you, or the sense that when you look down the ground is coming up to meet you. Whatever is causing this can possibly cause other symptoms. See a neurologist. Good luck.

In brief: Vertigo

This is a symptom, not a disease.
It is often produced by abnormalities in the semicircular canals, the cerebellum, or associated areas and consists of a rotary sensation of you around the environment or the environment around you, or the sense that when you look down the ground is coming up to meet you. Whatever is causing this can possibly cause other symptoms. See a neurologist. Good luck.
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