Tag: Meniere’s Disease

Can Dehydration Cause Vertigo Episodes?

Have you ever felt like the world was spinning around you, even when standing still? Have you ever had to deal with bouts of dizziness, lightheadedness, or loss of balance? Have you been plagued by nausea, headaches, or ringing in your ears? If you answer yes, one after the other, you may be all too […]

Top Challenges of Living with Vertigo and Hearing Loss

Are you tired of feeling dizzy and disoriented? Do you struggle to hear the world around you? Have you had to change your lifestyle drastically because of your problematic symptoms? Understandably, living with vertigo and hearing loss is nothing short of challenges and frustrations. It can be debilitating and isolating at times too. Without a […]

How to Deal with BPPV and Sleepless Nights

Can't sleep because of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo? Do you wake up tired because you experience vertigo episodes when you turn from one side to another? Are you increasingly frustrated as the days go by, and you still can't get ample shut-eye? Many people can empathize with your pain because BPPV accounts for most cases […]

Hate Having Vertigo Episodes While Gardening: Follow These 7 Tips

Are you a gardening enthusiast? Do you enjoy your time tending to your plants? Does it bring peace of mind when you're alone during this activity? But what if suddenly, this enjoyable activity becomes something you dread? Gardening is a great way to enjoy the outdoors, exercise, and grow something beautiful. But this activity can […]

How to Regain Balance and Find Your Center with Grounding

Do you have those moments where you feel you're off-track? Have you experienced losing your sense of balance? Do you often feel like you are adrift in a sea of uncertainty? Have you ever felt lost, confused, and disconnected from yourself and the world around you?  Sometimes, the overwhelming stress of daily life can make […]

How to Help a Young Loved One Overcome Pediatric Vertigo

Do you have young children who frequently experience constant bouts of spinning sensations? Are you afraid that your kid might lose his or her balance and suffer from an injury to the head, neck, or back? Have you been looking for ways to help your kids cope but have failed to see desirable results? Understandably, […]

How Vertigo Affected Professional Wrestler Kenny Omega

Are you an active athlete or perhaps a weekend warrior with a history of neck and head injuries? Have you noticed worse vertigo episodes and accompanying symptoms since your accidents? Do you frequently seek healthcare professionals like a chiropractor for vertigo, a therapist, or an ENT specialist to lend you a hand? Unknown to many, […]

Overcoming Vertigo: Guide for Active Military Personnel

Do you serve in the military and have recurring vertigo episodes? Are you having trouble during combat training or performing technical or support activities? Do you worry that your vertigo attacks will get the best of you while you’re out there in the field?   As you might already know, vertigo and vestibular problems are quite […]

Why Meniere's Disease is Not a 'Made-up' Disease

Have you ever experienced vertigo and loss of balance? How about losing hearing on one side of the ear and feeling sick because of nausea and vomiting? These symptoms may cause you to panic a little, especially if you are unaware of what's happening. Sometimes you may also experience loss of balance and ringing or […]

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