When trying to cope with difficult Meniere’s disease symptoms, one of the biggest challenges we face is something many people haven’t considered. When we’re suffering, regardless of the specific nature of the situation, we’re reacting emotionally, often from a place of fear. We’re not thinking rationally or logically in these moments. And it’s all too […]

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Hey everyone! Glenn here with another edition of the Mind Over Meniere’s Bulletin! The Bulletin is my way of sharing all the interesting things that come across my radar – things I think will be of value to the Meniere’s community. Today’s edition is no exception. I hope you enjoy! (Have an idea or topic […]

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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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Did you know that every single night, for a brief moment, right before you fall asleep, you enter into an altered state of consciousness? It’s often referred to as the trance state, and when you’re falling asleep, it happens quickly. So quickly, in fact, that most people have no idea that anything strange has happened […]

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DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT A DOCTOR or a medical health professional. Always speak with your doctor before trying any new drug, supplement, or treatment. If you follow any of the tinnitus or Meniere’s disease Facebook groups, you’ve probably seen people talk about a supplement called Cannabidiol (or CBD for short). For a while now, CBD has […]

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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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For the last few years, I’ve avoided posting about specific medical treatments for Meniere’s disease. I’m not a doctor or a medical professional, so I’ve been careful not to write anything that could be misconstrued or mistaken for medical advice. My purpose and my message has always been one of hope. But I know that […]

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