This question is regarding my mother, who is 57 years old. She is getting episodes of dizziness from the last one and a half or two years. Most of the time, they are mild, and they occur for few seconds when she gets up or sits down. Sometimes, they stay long and are associated with nausea and other symptoms. And few months, she does not have any symptoms. She does not have any other complaints like headaches or muscle weakness, and she does not have diabetes or hypertension. But, she gets migraines from the last 15 years, for which, she takes Melzap 0.25 mg. She also takes Vertin 16 mg for insomnia and anxiety. These medicines reduce her episodes, but they do not stop them completely. What could be the reason for it? Is it something to worry about?
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