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8 Steps to Managing Fatigue

People with vestibular disorders commonly report fatigue as one of their symptoms. Follow this step-by-step guide to learn how to manage your fatigue. Step 1: Understand Fatigue Fatigue is a general term that describes a


Family Support Network

The friends and family members who care for vestibular patients provide essential support. Without firsthand experience, these individuals are challenged to learn about vestibular disorders in order to lessen the impacts of their loved one’s illness. VeDA seeks to focus attention on this important part of our vestibular community and to support their efforts.


Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness

PPPD symptoms include non-vertiginous dizziness and unsteadiness that is increased by a person’s own motion, exposure to environments with a complex or moving stimuli (e.g., stores, crowds), and performance of tasks that required precise visual focus (e.g., reading, using a computer). PPPV is NOT a psychiatric disorder, but rather a neuro-otologic condition with behavioral elements.


Balance Awareness Week

Donate Now Start Fundraising Support a Fundraiser IMAGINE LIVING LIFE WITHOUT BALANCE Close your eyes and stand on one foot. It's hard right? Now imagine having that same disorienting feeling on two feet, and with