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A variety of reasons can cause dizziness and vertigo: Liver Yang Hyperactivity, Liver Wind upset disturbs the head, weak body, excessive bleeding, failure of nourish brain marrow, Phlegm blocks Spleen and Stomach function and disrupt the brain marrow.
Hyperactivity of Liver Yang leads to: severe dizziness, vertigo, tinnitus, irritability, outbursts of anger, a flushed face, blurred vision, headache, a bitter taste in the mouth.
Deficiency of Qi and Blood prevent Clear Yang from rising to and nourishing the brain, leading to: dizziness and vertigo or fainting in severe cases. This can happen after activity or exhaustion. Individuals are typically tired during the day, but suffer from insomnia or dreams a lot at night, have poor concentration, poor memory and appetite.
Phlegm prevents Clear Yang from rising to the brain leading to: dizziness and vertigo, a tendency to lose equilibrium, a heavy head, nausea, chest heaviness, cloudy thinking, poor concentration.