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12 Natural Ways to Help with Dizziness (You Will Love #5)
7. Cumin and Nutmeg
This is an old preventative measure that is meant to be consumed twice per day for a few weeks. Mix one teaspoon each of cumin seed powder and nutmeg. Mix this in a glass of water or fruit juice. Remember to drink this twice each day to help prevent dizzy spells before they hit.
Speaking of spices, ginger is a time-tested remedy for dizzy spells and the nausea that often comes with it. This spice stimulates blood flow to the brain, as well as other parts of the body, which can help to stop, or at least reduce the intensity, of dizzy spells. You can take ginger in any number of ways. You can drink fresh ginger ale, or ginger tea two or three times each day. You can also suck on some ginger candy or if you are a real fan of ginger, chew on a piece of fresh, organic ginger root. If you don’t love ginger, you can take supplements. Talk to your doctor about what would be an appropriate dose for you.
Wow. This is a sweet way to beat a dizzy spell! The natural sugar in honey can instantly stop low blood sugar, boost your energy levels, and stop dizziness in a heartbeat. You can mix two teaspoons of raw, organic honey in some hot water or herbal tea or mix it with some lemon juice or apple cider vinegar. If you really need to stop dizziness fast, try letting a tablespoon of honey simply melt in your mouth.
An old home remedy for the prevention of dizziness says to mix 1 teaspoon of honey with 1 teaspoon of cinnamon and swallow this mixture once each morning.
Always be sure that you are consuming real, organic, raw honey. Most of the stuff sold at your supermarket is nothing more than high fructose corn syrup with some honey flavoring and one drop of pollen.
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