Step 4: Coping

Dealing with concurrent symptoms

Vestibular disorders come with a host of concurrent symptoms, including physical and emotional fatigue, brain fog, and nausea. A holistic healthcare plan addresses all these issues.

Coping with a Vestibular Disorder

Finding out that you have a chronic vestibular disorder can rob you of a sense of control over your life. Discovering how to cope can help you move forward. Learn more...

Emotional Aspects of Vestibular Disorders

Vestibular disorders affect patients physically and psychologically. Anxiety, depression, and social isolation are just a few common issues that vestibular patients face on a daily basis. Learn more about the emotional impacts of vestibular disorders and how you can cope.

Cognitive Impacts of Vestibular Disorders

Many vestibular patients have trouble with thinking, memory, and other cognitive processes, which can be very frustrating. Learn why, and discover some possible coping strategies. Learn more...

Dealing with Nausea

Nausea is a common and unwelcome side effect of dizziness. While there are medications that address nausea in its acute phase, these may interfere with long-term recovery of your other vestibular symptoms. This publication addresses stress reduction techniques that can alleviate nausea naturally.


Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is a common symptom of many vestibular disorders. Benign as it sounds, tinnitus can be quite debilitating. Fortunately, there are some very effective methods for minimizing your tinnitus. Learn more...

Dietary Considerations

A few simple changes to your diet can help some vestibular patients manage their symptoms. Learn more...

Fatigue, Stress & Responsibility

Many vestibular patients struggle with chronic fatigue. Learning how to manage your stress and balance your responsibilities can help you preserve your precious energy resources. Learn more...