I have many clients who battle anxiety and depression with dizziness. I once heard it said that we are born with two innate fears: loud noises and fear of falling. I don't have a source to confirm this information, but I find it interesting that both fears have to do with the inner ear.
I recently had a client, who is hypersensitive to sensory input (touch, sound, images/light and movement) ask what she could do to battle her dizziness mentally. I was so happy she asked. Without mental and spiritual training it is very difficult to successfully battle dizziness.
In short, because I knew the cause of her dizziness, I was able to instruct her that she first needed to transform her way of thinking about her dizziness. She needed to welcome the dizziness instead of try to hide from it. She needed to convince herself that it was good to be dizzy.