Travel Mission Accomplished!

After getting so much response to my last post, I wanted to fill you in on how my travel went. I am more than happy to say that it went great! That is not to say that in the 24 hours before I left I was not totally and completely wrecked with anxiety (I was... Continue Reading →

Missed Independence

Why am I misquoting the title to a Kelly Clarkson song? Because vertigo takes a lot from you as part of an illness. Sometimes it slowly takes parts of your life away; other times it takes something that is gone in an instant. One of the things that affects most sufferers is the loss of... Continue Reading →

Music soothes the savage… vertigo

We all know that music has power over the human soul. The right song can transport you back in time and space. We associate songs with those we love, events and moods. Music can make you smile, cry, laugh, shout and dance like no one is watching. In my opinion, everyone should have a personal... Continue Reading →

Taking a walk on the wild side

One of the hardest things to do with vertigo, at least for me, has been exercising.  I used to love to exercise. I did aerobics in the era of leg warmers, body suits and a lot of high impact moves.  Lifting weights was my passion.  I thrived on feeling strong and powerful.  And I kept... Continue Reading →

Take it to the Limit

Lately I have been doing my best to push my limits where vertigo is concerned. I got tired of letting it control my life and wanted to change. But I was also smart enough to know that going overboard would have a backlash effect and I could easily end up in worse shape than I... Continue Reading →

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