What Causes Benign Positional Vertigo?

Q:
What causes benign positional vertigo?

A:
The very cause of benign positional vertigo is the disturbance inside your inner ear. When small crystals of calcium carbonate break free and enter the semicircular canals, benign positional vertigo happens.

BPV can also happen when those crystals form in the semicircular canal. This can make your brain receive wrong messages about the position of your body.

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