Psychological abnormalities are common in the general population, even more common in those who are ill, and are certainly also common in individuals with vertigo. Many studies suggest that about 50% of persons who present to clinics for dizziness have psychological disorder, mainly anxiety. Studies of patients with dizziness also suggests that they mainly have reactive anxiety and depression (Savastano et al, 2007). A review of the prevalence of panic was published by Simon and others (1998). They document prevalance varying from 3 to 41%, in dizziness specialty clinic. Of this table, our experience matches best the findings of Clark et al (20%).