My 2-month-old son screamed at the top of his lungs as I walked around the nursery, holding him in my arms. The sound pierced right to center of my brain, lighting up my nervous system like a Christmas tree and spiking my Meniere’s symptoms. My ears rang louder and louder as he screamed inconsolably for […]

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Parenting a newborn baby is hard. Parenting with Meniere’s disease is a lot harder. As many of you know, my wife Megan gave birth to our first child, Zack, on August 12th at 3:05 pm. After a difficult 40+ hour labor, our little guy was born healthy and happy! The past few weeks have been […]

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After a challenging couple of months, I’ve recently had to make a lot of really difficult lifestyle changes. It started slowly as my work/life balance went out the window. But it didn’t take long for my health to start falling apart. I wasn’t sleeping, my Meniere’s symptoms were the worst they’ve been in years, and all […]

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I owe you all an explanation. You might have noticed that I haven’t been posting very much over the last couple months. I’m only publishing two new articles or videos a month, I’m slower to respond to emails, and I haven’t been very active on social media. The truth is, I’m gearing up for a […]

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When you live with a chronic illness, it’s really easy to fall into fixed routines and very specific patterns of living. And it makes sense, because routines are extremely helpful in managing chronic illness. But there’s an unintended consequence to living this way. You start to develop beliefs and assumptions about the world that can limit […]

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(Click above to watch my video review. Press CC for captions) I’ve been fascinated by bone conduction technology for a long time and always suspected it could be wonderful for people with hearing loss, vestibular disorders, and hearing disorders like tinnitus. Because with bone conduction audio, the vibrations of sound are transmitted through the bones […]

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