Hearing a buzzing, or other odd noises in the ear. People who suffer from vertigo also often hear a strange buzzing or whirring noise in the ear. Depending on what is causing the symptoms, this noise can vary. Some people hear a hissing noise that is continuous, whereas other people hear a flutter or a click, or even a whistle. The pitch experienced can be high or low and the noise can vary in frequency or sometimes even be continuous. It is exceedingly difficult to deal with and can be very distracting from the activities of everyday life. It is not a symptom to be ignored as it is associated with a loss of hearing.

Simple dizziness. Children tend to whirl themselves around to feel dizzy, and while this might be interesting to a child; it is hardly amusing to an adult. It can be especially difficult if you are trying to get to work and feel an extreme dizziness coming on. Of course, there are a lot of easily available medications to counter this, but if the feeling persists for any length of time, or if it is accompanied by other symptoms of vertigo, such as an odd whirring in the ears, you should consult a doctor.

Profuse sweating. Heavy episodes of sweating are definitely connected with vertigo, and actually, accompany episodes in which you are extremely unsteady on your feet. When sweating is caused by vertigo, it will be concentrated in the upper body. The forehead will not only sweat profusely but will also feel clammy and cold. The neck will also experience similarly profuse sweating, accompanied by a chill, and so will the chest. Vertigo is particularly associated with these damp chills, and if you experience this, you need medical attention.