Nausea and Vomiting

Navigating Vestibular Symptoms

By Monique Hammond / June 16, 2022 / Comments Off on Navigating Vestibular Symptoms

I woke up and knew at once that this would be an inner-ear “off day.” I would need all my self-help tactics for navigating unwelcome vestibular symptoms. My left ear – my problem ear – felt totally stuffed up. The tinnitus was in uproar – much louder than usual with very high-pitched, rapid-fire morse-code dits.…

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Silent Vestibular Migraine

Silent Vestibular Migraine

By Ralph D Thomas / April 10, 2021 / Comments Off on Silent Vestibular Migraine

How can a migraine be silent?  That is a good question without a clear answer. However, there are those who have suffered from migraine episodes for years without knowing it. Why? Because not all migraines lead to pulsating and debilitating headaches. They are said to be “silent.” Yet, people may have periods of head discomfort…

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Biometric Pressure and BPPV

Barometric Pressure and BPPV

By Ralph D Thomas / March 12, 2021 / Comments Off on Barometric Pressure and BPPV

Challenging the balance system Weather happens. Seasons change. Storms of all kinds bear down on us. And with that, the barometric pressure yoyos up and down.  This can make life pretty miserable for those with inner-ear vestibular disorders and damage. The vestibular system is located in the inner ear and is part of the body’s…

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