Vertigo is a condition that causes your child to feel dizzy. Vertigo is more common in adults, but can happen to children. Your child may feel like they are spinning even when they stand still, or they may feel as if the world around them is spinning.
Vertigo happens when there is a problem in the brain or inner ear that affects your child’s balance. Usually, vertigo is a side effect of another minor condition, such as sinus congestion from a cold. However, vertigo could indicate a more serious problem, so it’s important to have your child examined.
What are the signs and symptoms of Pediatric Vertigo (Dizziness) ?