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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The only thing more terrifying than a full blown vertigo attack is having a vertigo attack and a panic attack at the same time. I’m sure many of you will agree. Because if you have to deal with vertigo, there’s a good chance that you also know what it’s like to live with anxiety. Possibly panic attacks, too But […]

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It’s cold in the emergency room. I was waiting for the ER doctor to come back as my mind started to drift. It wasn’t just the temperature either. It all felt so sterile, so emotionally cold. It’s something I’ve noticed a lot over the years; that often unfeeling nature of modern medicine. Was it always […]

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The smell of ocean air always takes me back to my childhood. Every summer my family would take a trip to Bethany Beach in Delaware. Several of my friend’s families would go too. I have so many good memories there: saltwater taffy, boogie boarding, mini golf, eating crabs… For almost a decade now, I’ve lived […]

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“Believe in yourself and all that you are. Know that there is something inside of you that is greater than any obstacle.” – Christian D. Larson It’s hard to believe how fast everything can change. Sometimes, it only takes an instant. In 2011, four simple words destroyed my world completely: “You have Meniere’s disease.” For […]

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Continued from part 2. If you haven’t already, be sure to read part 1 and part 2 first. I have now had many flow experiences over last several years with varying degrees of intensity. When it does happen, it always feels amazing. But the feeling can also be quite addictive. In his book, The Rise of Superman, […]

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