Normally the brain is able to put together information from the eyes, joints and the balance organ in the ear (vestibular apparatus), to make it easy to move around without dizziness. If the balance organ is not working properly, you can feel dizzy or unsteady. To relieve this, the brain must be helped to put this information together in a new way. Vestibular rehabilitation often involves exercises, to help the brain process the information it receives in a new way, so it can regain balance and reduce symptoms.

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