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Art Therapy for Vestibular Disorders

ICU – “I SEE YOU” PODCAST Art Therapy for Vestibular Disorders LISTEN NOW Available wherever you get your podcasts. APPLE PODCASTS    SPOTIFY   YOUTUBE We’ve all messed around with art at some point in our lives

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Ron Moore

Introduction My Meniere’s Disease began some 20 years ago, while I was leading a workshop in England, when I experienced a sudden and dramatic hearing loss, specific to one ear. I had to ask people

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Third Window Syndrome: Doctor-Patient Communication

Introduction TMWD (Third Mobile Window Disorders) are defined as a group of disorders, among which Superior Semicircular Canal Dehiscence Syndrome is the most recognized. They have a common clinical presentation including a combination of Tullio's

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Otosclerosis

What is Otosclerosis? Otosclerosis is defined by abnormal and unregulated growth of bone within the bony structures that make up the middle ear.1 Any bone within the middle ear can be affected, however, the footplate

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Dentist’s Guide to the Dizzy Patient

Dental work can often be uncomfortable for a person with a vestibular disorder because of the intense lighting, extended amount of time requiring an open mouth, and adjusting to a reclined chair position. Sometimes people with vestibular disorders perceive that a dentist chair has been reclined beyond horizontal, even if it has not. Also, some people find it uncomfortable to be in the chair as it is lowered and raised. After the procedure, some people with balance disorders find that any residual numbness from the local anesthesia is a bit disorienting. Download this article and bring it to your dentist to educate him/her about your condition and help them make adjustments to accommodate your needs.

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External Resources

VeDA provides links to other websites that may be useful for vestibular patients and professionals as a courtesy. If you know of a resource you think would be useful to add, email us at [email protected].

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Dietary Considerations

CHANGES IN YOUR DIET CAN REDUCE DIZZINESS Many people with Ménière’s disease (also called primary idiopathic endolymphatic hydrops), secondary endolymphatic hydrops, or migraine-associated dizziness find that certain modifications in their diet can reduce dizziness and

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Vestibular Disorder Triggers

Vestibular disorder symptoms of vertigo--dizziness, headache, fatigue, tinnitus (ringing of the ears), and imbalance—can be impacted by various triggers such as: Diet Environmental factors Lifestyle choices Habits Travel And more... Because triggers differ for each

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Third Window Syndrome

Third window syndrome: What it is and how it’s treated What is Third Window Syndrome? Third window syndrome describes a group of inner ear disorders that results from a leakage of pressure and/or fluid from

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Gary Breitbord

Meniere’s sucks. I apologize if I offend anyone with my language, but I bet people who have a vestibular disorder are nodding their heads vigorously in agreement. Well, maybe not too vigorously, because they can’t

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Bill Haywood

Writing this has taken me a long time to know that it is something I wanted to do. Having always fantasized about writing a book, I could never come up with a subject I thought

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Life Rebalanced Chronicles

Life Rebalanced Chronicles Documenting the Vestibular Experience Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Meet the Cast Season 1 and 2 Nicolle Cure Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo Secondary Endolymphatic Hydrops Bio Nicolle is a Colombian-American artist

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