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Vestibular Patients Create Petition

A group of vestibular patients has created a petition to urge the World Health Organization to consider better awareness of vestibular disorders among primary care physicians and specialists, and multi-disciplinary teams to diagnose and treat

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Stacy Harpold

Hello fellow Warriors! So, this is my story, an abbreviated version. I experienced my first BPPV attack when I was in my late 20’s. Over the next decade I experienced short bouts of vertigo once

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Don Best

My vestibular story starts in May of 2016. I am semi retired and at age 65 was thoroughly enjoying life that beautiful spring morning. It had rained during the night so I was walking in

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Yvonne Linton

When Balance Goes Topsy-Turvy The tipping point for seeking help for my balance was toppling over on my bike while waiting at a stoplight. As someone who enjoyed training for triathlon events, this could prove

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Jody Connell

My story. Not sure how to sum up the last 3 ½ years. I remember in one support group a speaker asking “How many here remember the date of their first attack?” For me it

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Holiday Tips for Vestibular Patients

Holidays can be challenging for vestibular patients for many reasons. Family and social engagements often cause sensory over-stimulation, resulting in fatigue, and often triggering symptoms (e.g. dizziness, vertigo). In addition, for some, high sodium foods

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Mal de Débarquement Syndrome Diagnostic Criteria

The Barany Society and the Classification Committee of the Barany Society (CCBS) have created diagnostic criteria for Mal de Débarquement Syndrome (MdDS) with the goal of creating common terminology for diagnosis and research. These criteria

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