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 struggles, and […]

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We all know how important it is to protect our hearing in loud environments. Especially so when you have Tinnitus or any other kind of disorder that affects your hearing, because you are starting out at a disadvantage. Sustained exposure to loud noises, like at a concert, sporting event, or loud movie, causes hearing loss and will make our Tinnitus so much […]

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Life is never simple for someone with Meniere’s disease. I guess life is never simple for anyone, but Meniere’s disease can really muddy the waters. There are so many moving parts. Learning to manage the chaos and complexity is like juggling chainsaws; every misstep can have major consequences. And there’s no magic bullet to make […]

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Continued from part 1. If you haven’t already, be sure to read part 1 first. On an episode of author Dave Asprey’s podcast Bulletproof Radio (Episode 109), author Steven Kotler described his struggle with Lyme disease which left him crippled for years, and how he used flow states to bring himself back from the brink. It’s […]

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We all know how terrible Meniere’s disease can be. It affects our lives on so many different levels. It’s a rare disease that virtually no one has heard of. It’s invisible to the outside world, and people can’t see your pain. It’s not fatal, but it can quickly destroy your quality of life, and I know […]

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It’s hard to imagine that in 2015, a person could be at a loss for information. Especially when Google puts the collected knowledge of mankind at our fingertips. But for those of us suffering from Meniere’s disease, and other vestibular disorders, having access to information has not always helped. In fact it often works against […]

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