Dizziness and vertigo are not same thing. These may occur due to many reasons including stroke. I am having vestibular therapy,a form of PT by specially trained therapist. I had a procedure called canalith repositioning maneuvers. I take a medication used for motion sickness that really helps me called meclizine.The procedure BVVP was done on me multiple times but no relief so that suggests my probs are a brain thing. So I do balance retraining exercises. I have nystagmous and double vision also. Both have improved since hospital days but they are not gone and pop up from triggers or no reason. Stress always increases these things. I would suggest avoiding stress is best management tool for me. Yes and still practicing.
Just when progress is on the horizon,my sessions are interrupted because my insurance authorization expires. Paperwork gets done and so I return. One step up,two down.
Practice requires becoming off balance and then correcting to a balanced state. This is better in controlled supervised environment but there is homework for things not fall risk. Oh,I also take Zofran for nausea that occurs after a taxing workout of my vestibular system. Mostly a nap sets me right but closed eyes can flare it up so I look at spot on the ground.
I am hopeful that someday I will once again learn how to exist in my earthsuit.