Allergies can definitely cause vertigo. One year+ of evidence.

I’ve been avoiding products containing soy for over a year now.  And it’s been a great year!  No more nasty vertigo attacks every week.  Granted, there have been a few episodes of bad vertigo, and a number of times when I was more-dizzy-than-I’d-like-to-be, but in most cases I’ve been able to trace the onset to some kind of surprise soy intake.  Sometimes products with labels that say “might contain soy” because the product is manufactured in a facility that also processes peanuts, soy, etc. are giving me fair warning that I should stay away from those products.  A surprising source of soy was shampoo.  Shampoo would seem like an unlikely candidate for making me dizzy, but if the shampoo has soy in it, apparently I can absorb soy through my scalp.

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This post was written by Dan Ferry on February 18, 2013