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Fatty Foods to Prevent Vestibular Migraine

Vestibular Migraine, as I’m sure you know by now, can be incredibly challenging to manage. Between weather changes, hormone changes, food triggers, and decreasing your caffeine intake, ‘a challenge’ doesn’t even begin to describe it. There’s a new study that I wanted to bring your attention towards, Dietary alteration of n-3 and n-6 fatty acids …

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Why Meniere’s Disease Can Cause BPPV

Although there is a distinct difference between these two inner ear conditions, one can play a role in the other occurring. Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo or BPPV is a type of true, room-spinning, vertigo caused by the displacement of otoconia from your otolith organs within your inner ear. Endolymphatic Hydrops, both Primary and Secondary, is …

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Vestibular Group Fit – free workout template

If you know me, and you’ve been following along with me, you know how much I preach that exercise is so important! Your vestibular system loves to move! Think about, or open, your phone. Think about how when you open the maps app (any kind of map) your phone can show you the direction you’re …

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Vestibular Group Fit!

Exercise, physical activity, and general fitness are needed for overall health, especially for vestibular warriors. Symptoms of dizziness and vertigo from  Vestibular Migraine, Vestibular Neuritis, PPPD, Meniere’s Disease, and vestibular conditions can be reduced, or even eliminated, with physical activity and exercise. Exercise can be anything, from walking, to barre class, or weight lifting. In …

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