Using virtual reality to treat vertigo
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Virtual reality 'can help diagnose and treat vertigo'

Virtual reality could be used to diagnose and treat visual vertigo, according to a team of Cardiff University psychologists.

People with the condition suffer from dizziness and nausea and often cite places with repetitive visual patterns, such as supermarkets, as the trigger.

A team of psychologists is working to develop virtual environments to help with diagnosis and rehabilitation.

The team explained how virtual reality could help with the "debilitating" condition.

  • 28 Jan 2017
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