I recently had the chance to connect with Louise Banks and her son, Ben Folland. Louise is a big advocate for the Meniere’s disease community in the UK, but today, Ben has the spotlight. He recently surveyed 800 Meniere’s patients to find out what treatments they had tried and if they were effective. His results were submitted to the Meniere’s Society as […]

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When you live with a chronic illness like Meniere’s disease, it’s very easy to fall into a negative mindset. The anxiety, depression, stress, and emotional turmoil can overwhelm you in an instant. But this simple technique can help to calm you down and bring you back to a more positive mindset in less than two minutes. […]

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When you have Meniere’s disease, finding a great doctor can be extremely challenging. It’s such a devastating disorder, and its rarity renders most general practitioners, and even many specialists, inexperienced at treatment.  And that’s unfortunate because it’s way too easy to lose hope without proper medical care and guidance. If you know you have Meniere’s […]

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Recently, I was lucky enough to connect with an amazing woman named Kathy McCabe. Kathy is an internationally recognized virtual assistant who also happens to suffer from Meniere’s disease, as well as several other chronic illnesses. Her story is remarkable. In the face of tremendous adversity, she has found success as a virtual assistant and has been able to continue […]

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Would you willingly destroy your sense of hearing? Would anyone? Of course the answer is no, but there is new data that seems to tell a different story. Preventable, noise-induced hearing loss is on the rise like never before and it’s becoming a big problem. Rock stars are retiring and who can blame them? Many […]

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There is a lot of good information on Meniere’s disease online, but it can be hard to find. I created this to be the definitive list of links and resources for Meniere’s disease patients. (You can download a FREE PDF Copy of this list here.) Finding a great doctor to treat Meniere’s Disease: Healthgrades – The […]

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