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My name is Robert Ginsburg and I have been trained for over 15 years by highly honoured Russian physicist, Nicolai Levashov, in an extraordinary new healing technique that can cure dizziness. Where doctors may not be able to help, the Levashov Method I practice can!
My training enables me to locate, treat and cure the cause of dizziness. My approach has saved lives, avoided dangerous surgery, and healed health problems leading specialists have pronounced hopeless! Because my healing process is entirely hands-off, I can help you, wherever you are in the world.
Dizziness is an impairment in spatial perception and stability. Because the term dizziness is imprecise, it can refer to vertigo, disequilibrium, or a non-specific feeling such as giddiness or foolishness. One can induce dizziness by engaging in disorientating activities such as spinning.
Vertigo is the sensation of spinning or having one's surroundings spin about them. Many people find vertigo very disturbing and often report associated nausea and vomiting. It represents about 25% of cases of occurrences of dizziness.
Disequilibrium is the sensation of being off balance, and is most often characterized by frequent falls in a specific direction. This condition is not often associated with nausea.
Non-specific dizziness is often psychiatric in origin. It is a diagnosis of exclusion and can sometimes be brought about by hyperventilation.
A stroke is the cause of isolated dizziness in 0.7% of people who present to the emergency room
If you suffer from Dizziness and have not been able to get satisfactory treatment you need to contact me today. I specialise in helping people with this condition.
Please see my testimonials below and use the form at the top right of the page to make contact.
“I was experiencing extreme dizziness and nausea, to the point I dreaded getting out of bed in the morning - the room would be spinning and I had to keep my head down. I had a lot of trouble with my balance and the feelings of nausea were severe enough that I had difficulty keeping food down. My doctor could not help. I found Robert Ginsburg and after scanning he asked if I had any problems with my spine in the past. I had broken my tailbone a number of times. During my first treatment I noticed a radiating warmth in my lower back and the next day I felt less dizzy. After just a few more treatments (over the phone!!) ALL the dizziness, nausea and imbalance disappeared. The most amazing thing for me is that not only do I feel balanced physically, but emotionally as well. I have so much more energy - a natural joy permeates my thinking and my life. It's as if I have been off-kilter for years and now I feel straight and strong. A side bonus is that as a professional writer and musician, I notice I am able to do both these things I love with greater clarity and ease. And to think this energy treatment was all done at a great distance - from England to the East Coast of the United States! Thank you Robert for giving me my life back - and it's better than it has ever been before.”
—Shelagh Talbot, Writer, Maine
“I was taken to the hospital in an ambulance because I was so dizzy my bookcase seemed to be rotating clockwise. I crawled to the toilet on my hands and knees. I spent 5 days in the hospital getting various testing and medications. The diagnosis was meniere’s syndrome. I was given four different types of medication. I continued to teach at the University of West Hungary but felt confused, confused and apathetic. I felt I had aged 20 years overnight. The dizziness returned from time to time. I contacted Robert Ginsburg for telephone treatment. Robert located the cause of my problem and his work eliminated all my symptoms. I have returned to normal activity. Thanks Robert for giving me my life back.”
—Dr. Richard von Fuchs, Sopron, Hungary
“I have had severe dizziness for a year and a half. I have had cat scans, MRI’s, complete physicals and nobody could help me or tell me what was wrong. Robert Ginsburg was able to quickly solve the problem with his treatment for hearing problems.”
—Rachael Holmes, Santa Clarita
“I was diagnosed by a specialist with Meniere’s Disease. My symptoms included dizziness, tinnitus, nausea and hearing loss. I was told the cause is unknown, no treatment, no cure. I would have to learn to live with this. I sought Robert Ginsburg’s help. After treatment over the telephone with Robert all my symptoms disappeared. My hearing returned to normal.”
—Jeanne Baughman, Paralegal, Salinas, California
“Robert Ginsburg's treatment saved me from hospitalization. I have since learned the scientific basis of Robert’s work and truly believe this form of energy healing will be the medicine of the future.”
—Paul R Honan, M.D., Clinical Professor, Indiana University, School of Medicine.
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Dizziness is a term used to convey a feeling of being off-balance, light headedness and or a feeling that one's surroundings are spinning. Different people experience the condition in different ways, and this can often make the condition difficult to treat and diagnose.
Here are a few of the most common causes of dizziness:
Dizziness can sometimes be an accompanying symptom of a migraine, which is a severe headache. If you get migraines a lot, you should expect that some will cause dizziness.
This is a severe form of dizziness, which can make you feel very unwell, or need to lie down. Only a doctor can diagnose vertigo so a full medical appraisal should be sought in cases of severe dizziness.
If you have low blood pressure, dizziness can be a side effect of this. Low blood pressure is when the body does not pump blood around the body fast enough, with the result that not enough oxygen gets to the brain in some cases.
When the body is overheated or dehydrated, dizziness can occur. Usually, the dizziness will subside within a few minutes of drinking, or cooling down. If not, something more serious may be occurring, and medical advice should be sought.
When the body is affected by an ear infection, this can cause symptoms of dizziness. Often the dizziness will subside when the ear infection has healed.
Sometimes dizziness can be experienced as a side effect of some medicines. Some antidepressants can cause dizziness, as does high-blood pressure medication.
Dizziness is often something that is experienced by people who are on medication to treat high blood pressure (also known as hypertension). The dizziness usually stops if the medication is changed, but sometimes the dizziness continues because it’s not the medication causing it; it’s the resultant drop in blood pressure.
Many people resort to conventional medication to lower their blood pressure. The problem is that once their blood pressure is stabilised they stay on the medication, sometimes not even bothering to check whether it’s still necessary.
Lisinopril is one of the drugs most often prescribed. Lisinoprill is also used in cases of heart failure; for preventing complications after people suffer heart attacks and for treating anyone who suffers from kidney problems caused by diabetes. Although side effects are relatively rare, they do occur and include things such as:
If you suffer from dizziness associated with high blood pressure and it is genetic, conventional medication may be necessary. However, before your commit yourself to a lifestyle of drug taking, you should re-examine your lifestyle as this can contribute significantly towards the condition.
Changing your lifestyle, adopting a healthier diet, modifying alcohol consumption and giving up smoking cigarettes will all help. Learning how to cope with stress is another important factor too. Yet for many, these things alone, whilst they will contribute to a healthier lifestyle, don’t entirely cure their hypertension.
If you suffer from dizziness and you’re having trouble in pinpointing the cause, you could be suffering from a deficiency of iron, more commonly known as anaemia. If you are suffering from a mild case of anaemia, the other common symptoms, apart from dizziness, you may experience include:
Anaemia is not just restricted to being a deficiency of iron. It can also come about if your blood is deficient in oxygen and/or certain vitamins and minerals. Another type of anaemia is sickle cell anaemia, which results in your body, manufacturing, strange shaped blood cells that have difficulty travelling through your blood vessels. Sickle cell anaemia is an inherited blood disorder which in the main affects people from Africa, the Caribbean, the Middle East, the Eastern Mediterranean, and Asia.
Anaemia describes a condition whereby the haemoglobin (a component of red blood cells) in your blood is compromised. Healthy haemoglobin carries oxygen and delivers it to your body’s organs and tissues, including your brain. The dizziness that is experienced through anaemia is caused by limited supplies of oxygen reaching the brain.
When you experience dizziness that is caused by anaemia, any treatment that you receive is not aimed at the dizziness itself, but at the anaemia. Whatever deficiencies are found in your bloodstream, your doctor may prescribe vitamin supplements in order to restore vitamin and mineral content to the correct levels.
If you are suffering from Extreme Dizziness and feel that you have exhausted all your options you need to use the form at the top of the page to contact me today - I can help you the way I have helped many other sufferers who believed that there was no cure.