Finding the right doctor to treat you for Meniere’s disease is challenging, but it’s one of the most important things you can do, especially early on. Meniere’s disease is somewhat rare and the reality is that many doctors will not have a lot of experience treating it, if any at all. Even Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) doctors […]

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In the process of writing my new book, I had to do a massive amount of research and ended up with a long list of tinnitus related companies, resources, links and more. And now that my book is finally finished, I realized how helpful a comprehensive list like this would be for the community. So I turned it into a post! Consider this my […]

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In my life with Meniere’s Disease, there are few things that I find more frustrating than a great day ruined by brain fog. It can be so disheartening. After several difficult weeks of intense, constant disequilibrium, I’ve been back on a somewhat productive streak. And as a result, my new book is finally finished. My paperback […]

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In part one of this series, I talked a little bit about tinnitus, and how the only question that really matters is: “Does it bother you?” I argued that the noise itself isn’t even really the problem you should be focusing on because you can’t control the noise. The real problem is our reaction to the […]

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I recently had the opportunity to work with an incredible author, researcher, and editor named Philippa Thomson. Not only has she written an extraordinary memoir about her years-long journey to get a vestibular diagnosis titled “A Hole in My Life: Battling Chronic Dizziness,” but she is the editor of my new book as well! (I […]

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When you have a Meniere’s disease episode, whether it’s full blown vertigo attack or any of the lesser symptoms, it may seem to have happened randomly, but that’s not always the case. Something most likely triggered your symptoms. And there are, unfortunately, quite a few things that are known to trigger Meniere’s disease episodes, and they vary […]

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