This quote is dedicated to my literal falling down this week. I'd say vertigo keeps me on my feet - but it is the opposite! But I can't do anything but my best to deal with it and live the best I can.
One of the reasons I decided to write a blog was to talk about my journey re-gaining my life while having vertigo. I know what causes my vertigo (damage to my vestibular nerve) and I know that it is not going to get better unless something new comes along. So what's a gal to do?... Continue Reading →
I was writing a different blog post while I was watching the Wendy Williams Show and she made comments about Brian Austin Green's vertigo and his divorce. It was an off the cuff " I get dizzy too sometimes and I still work" comment( and a few more later). My first thought was you really... Continue Reading →
First – what's not to love about a man in a kilt? But besides the obvious appeal of the kilt, I am happy because it means that I overcame a few challenges to get to where I am now. When we decided to come to the NH Highland Games, it was a 50/50 chance... Continue Reading →
I carry what I call a dizzy bag. If you look in the picture, it even says Dizzy bag. In this bag is my “in case of a dizzy emergency” stuff. It is mostly natural and over the counter stuff. No prescriptions because if it gets stolen (it happened once) all of this stuff is... Continue Reading →
Today is my day off and I picked it to complete the 1st annual Dizzy Dash. Although they give you the option to do the 5K (3.1 miles) over several days, I decided to challenge myself and do it all at one time. Since I have made this week all about pushing myself out of... Continue Reading →
It is Balance Awareness Week! I am hoping to get you to learn more about what a balance disorder is and how you can help those you love. There are a lot of us out there, VEDA estimates that as many as 35% of adults aged 40 years or older in the United States—approximately 69... Continue Reading →