I recently had the chance to connect with Joe Zavala, an award winning journalist who suffers from Meniere’s disease. Normally, Joe covers education and sports for his local newspaper but recently started documenting his journey with Meniere’s Disease on his personal blog. This guest post is one of his latest blog entries, republished with Joe’s permission. I hope you […]

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Audio Version (Better for Streaming):   On September 26th, I had the chance to give a talk about Meniere’s disease to a group of college students at the Jefferson College of Health Sciences in Roanoke, VA. All the students are on track to become physical therapy assistants and would likely work with vestibular patients at some point in the […]

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Hi everyone! After 10 years of living hurricane-free in South Florida, our streak of good luck is finally over. We’re about to get slammed by a category 4 storm. Unfortunately, with all the preparations and work I’ve had to do on my house the past few days, I didn’t have time to write a new blog post. […]

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My Secret Weapon Against Meniere's Disease

Life with Meniere’s disease is a constant challenge. There are so many moving parts that even when we’re doing well, everything can change in an instant. Meniere’s demands so much of us, and as much as we give, it’s rarely ever enough. But as difficult as it all can be, we’re never powerless. We may […]

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5 Life Lessons from 6 Years of Chronic Illness

By all reports we’re living in an age of illness. According to the American Center for Disease Control, fifty percent of the adult population has at least one chronic health condition, illness, or disease. And of the people who do, half have more than one. It’s a crazy statistic. Our medicine has never been better, but […]

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Balance Awareness Week

Hey Everyone, it’s that time of year again! The Vestibular Disorders Association’s Balance Awareness Week starts on September 12th! Starting from humble beginnings in Portland Oregon, the Vestibular Disorders Association has been a beacon of hope to the Vestibular community for more than 30 years now, advocating on our behalf, supporting us, raising awareness for our […]

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Strategies and Techniques to Beat Brain Fog

As difficult as it is to live with Meniere’s disease, it’s often the lesser symptoms like brain fog that drive me the most crazy. In last week’s video, I discussed what it’s like to experience brain fog. As a quick refresher, brain fog is a type of cognitive impairment common with dozens of different chronic illnesses. It won’t disable […]

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