Ear-Nose and Throat Doctor (ENT) Questions Vertigo

vertigo and meat eating

Is vertigo associated with eating meat?

Male | 71 years old
Conditions: vertigo

4 Answers

I have never heard of this before and doubt any association. Of course, there is the potential for unusual sensitivity reactions, such as red meat allergy due to tick bites, or a reaction to additives, such as salt or antibiotics that may be in the meat. But vertigo has many causes so if it is persistent and bothersome, a visit to your local ENT doctor is advisable.
Not that I am aware.
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Unlikely. More likely something you are putting on the meat.
High cholesterol and/or high triglycerides are, so, indirectly, meat can be related. Also, an allergy to meat could trigger vertigo, but it would be very rare.