it is said that if you apply pressure four fingure-widths below you kneecap, it will help to lower your dizziness. gradually increse pressure on this accupressure point and hold for two minutes. i personally do not know if this works, but you can try it out.
Unless there's a medical condition, dizziness is caused many times by dehydration.
Drink lots of water everyday to keep the body and brain hydrated, around half your body weight in ounces.
For constant Dizziness,nausea, Small strokes and sinus problems: Clean Orange, Lemon, Lime and Tangerine Peel and grate into Yoghurt, fruit salad, smoothies and regular salad.
For dizziness if you are standing sit down, then take 10 deep breaths, afterwards lie down for 10 minutes, this technique promotes good return of oxygenated blood to you brain -> therefore it could promote better nutrients to your brain cells and make you feel better.
For dizzy spells, Grab an ice bag for the back of your neck. Sit or lay down and place on the BACK side of your neck. It will bring you out of it quick.
I get dizzy spells often (anxiety related) and I keep a water bottle half frozen with me at all times. Place a water bottle half full in your freezer, allow to freeze solid. When you are ready to go you can fill it up the rest of the way. The ice will last a long time if you purchase a bottle cozy, and you will have fresh cold water to sip (helps too).
A tablespoon of honey and a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar can be taken daily as a preventative measure.
Peppermint or chamomile will help with relaxation.
Place the head between the knees to help return blood to the head.
Squeeze the skin between the eyebrows. This is an acupressure point.