A Chronic Voice does a link up based on word prompts. And June’s prompt words are: Reminding Pacing Surrendering Improving Flowing I’m going to pick
Sometimes it takes a lot of effort to just exist I am having a really hard time lately. My head is constantly swimming and
Let me tell you a story. A story about vertigo and my ENT visit. I have never been to an ENT before for my vestibular
Writing these posts takes a lot out of me and I depend heavily on spellcheck. I tried some fiction writing and discovered I am basically
Vestibular migraines or whatever vertigo hell I am in has some pretty interesting perks that you would never think of because it sucks so very
So things with the vestibular symptoms on top of everything else have limited my functionality and therefore my capacity to distract myself from the pain.
I thought I was getting better. For two days the vestibular symptoms were better for a greater part of the day, and worse at night,
I had hoped to be back at work for the New Year. I am still not sure if this is a vestibular migraine attack I
The Monday Manual wasn’t able to be completed due to some severe disorientation last night. So this is my substitute for today.
The clinical presentation of vestibular symptoms that often correlate with migraine includes—but is not limited to—dizziness; motion intolerance with respect to head, eyes, and/or body;
I used to get vestibular migraines pretty bad. To the point they were the main reason I took a leave of absence because I couldn’t
I’ve had these migraines so long I remember when they were called MAV (Migraine associated vertigo). These migraines can be very debilitating. Try driving when
I have migraine associated vertigo (vestibular migraines). I have had them for five years thereabouts. But there is an obvious trigger for the vertigo when
I can’t believe I get to use that gif again so quickly in reference to vertigo but here we are. Here we are. So I