I recently came across an interesting concept that explains a lot about the mindset of a person living with chronic illness like Meniere’s disease. It goes like this: When a person or an animal is repeatedly subjected to a terrible situation that they think they can’t escape or control, they eventually stop trying, even if escape […]

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When you live with an unpredictable illness like Meniere’s disease, life can get complicated pretty fast. Vertigo can often strike without warning, incapacitating you faster than you’re able to respond. When something like this happens, injuries and dangerous situations are often unavoidable. You may not even be able to operate your phone to call for […]

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I’m always searching for new and interesting ways to improve my quality of life with Meniere’s disease. Usually that amounts to a lot of trial and error, self-experimentation, and failure. But every once in a while, I stumble across something that truly grabs my attention and sets my mind running wild with possibilities. I’ve only […]

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I’ve always loved inspirational quotes. There’s just something so satisfying about seeing the simple truth distilled out of a complex idea. I hang them all over my house. Quotes are powerful too. The right quote, seen at the right time, can change the direction of a person’s life. It can uplift us when we’re down and motivate […]

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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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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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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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