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What Medications Can Contribute to Dizziness or Lack of Balance?

One or more side effects of many prescription and over-the-counter medications may affect balance. Some medications suppress the vestibular system and may do so in a way that causes dizziness and imbalance. Others lower blood pressure and may cause light-headedness. The side effects usually stop after the medication is no longer taken. Common problems include vision changes, […]

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