This week (20th-26th September 2020) is Balance Awareness Week. Charities such as The Ménière’s Society are running various events to raise awareness of
Self-isolation is a concept with which I am well-acquainted. I feel isolated in my illness which cannot be seen.
With a lack of coordination-control and a pounding head, I feel both drunk and hungover. I’m walking on sand, sinking with every step.
Last year, on Valentine’s Day, I had my septoplasty. I had a deviated septum, which veered to the left; my
Image by skeeze from Pixabay After waiting a few minutes while the results of my initial posturography test were recorded I was asked
Image by HeungSoon from Pixabay I arrived at the health centre on a Monday morning to begin a two-week course of vestibular rehabilitation.
Image by Jill Wellington from Pixabay When I was a child, I used to play a game with my sister, called Dizzy Dollies.
Image by kalhh from Pixabay It was a Monday morning and I awoke to the sound of my alarm. I had been sleeping
Less than three weeks after my consultation with the new Ears Nose and Throat (ENT) specialist I went for my
Following my consultation in London, I took the vasodilators as instructed. These, however, made me feel even more light-headed and