Hey everyone, Glenn here from Mind over Meniere’s! I’m finally back with a new post after an incredibly difficult couple of months in quarantine because this week is the Vestibular Disorders Association’s (VeDA) annual Steps-2-Balance event. Steps-2-Balance is a call to action for everyone living with a vestibular disorder to challenge themselves to take a step forward […]

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(Click here to register for Steps-2-Balance 2019) (Click here to donate to VEDA for my campaign.) UPDATE: I did it! I completed the 50-mile ride! Scroll to the bottom to see how it went! This week is the Vestibular Disorders Association’s annual Steps-2-Balance event. Steps-2-Balance is a fundraiser for VEDA, but also a chance for […]

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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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The Vestibular Disorder’s Association’s Balance Awareness Week 2017 is this week from September 18th through the 24th, and this year, I wanted to share something a little bit more personal: In 2011, four words changed my life forever: “You have Meniere’s disease.” The doctor looked at me, deadly serious, and said, “The vertigo, the dizziness, the […]

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“You are more powerful than you think you are. Act Accordingly.” – Seth Godin When you live with a vestibular disorder, life becomes a lot more complicated. Uncertainty follows you everywhere, like a dark cloud ready to rain. Even the simple things, like going out for groceries, or taking a shower, can suddenly become difficult […]

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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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