... I get vertigo and lightheadedness. It all started in March of 2012. I was told in December 2013 that I have visual vestibular hypersensitivity, also known as migraine associated vertigo. ... (1 replies)
... My vertigo did not start until I went on vacation about 14 years ago. I took a plane to Boston, and shortly after I got off the plane, I experienced massive dizzy spells. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for all your responses. I am currently doing a visual vertigo dvd from my local hospital, you stand in front of the tv and it shows you black and white patterns moving in different directions. ... (13 replies)
... is damaged it sends the wrong signals saying that i'm still in motion. this is when dizziness and vertigo occur. ... (13 replies)
... hi rob, glad you are doing better than the beginning--it sounds like. i was wondering, did you have constant jumpy vision at the beginning of this too...since you said now it's just when you run or stomp your feet?? just curious if yours was like mine is now... do you do vrt's also?
thanks:) (20 replies)
... Thought i would give my visual symptoms as these are what realy bothers me and you guys seem to have such similar ones. ... (20 replies)
... wise direction... luckily, I knew it must be vertigo because a friend of mine had it 6 months earlier. ... (20 replies)
... dizziness like spinning vertigo, visual issues, ear pain, headaches, anxiety? ... (9 replies)
... Just adding some thoughts..
For me Blinking Vision(like venetian blinds), is more related to MAV than to VN, because I've felt this before, years ago, and it's like a sensorial overload, where everything feels weird. The lack of "clear focus", if you're sight is OK, again (for me) more MAV.
And even as it's been said for our MAV connoisseurs here, that MAV can cause all... (20 replies)
... this happens to me as well, i was told that visual stimuli can set it off..I have positional vertigo. just scrolling on the comp can set it off...also like you said in a crowded place with bright lites. ... (4 replies)
... s to feel stronger to vestibular injured people, bright flashing lights are not a "trademark" of the disease, as the progessive hearing loss, and strong episodic vertigo attacks are. ... (10 replies)
... So if they are flashes of light related to vertigo or menieres, then treating the disease should help the systems, correct? ... (10 replies)
... Flashes in your vision like that need to be checked out - and it's good that you did see a neuro-opthalmologist.
They can often be a sign of migraine with or without headache. This is made all the more likely by the fact that you got them after discontinuing medications which are used as migraine preventatives (especially Effexor). These meds may have been preventing this... (10 replies)
... True--if the brain can overcome the size of the deficit that the now stable lesion caused---there are limits to the plasticity of your/the brain.
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... ok what im saying is that without having something else going on....bppv, migraine, bouts of vertigo. a stable lesion will be compensated for. (21 replies)
... Hi Tracy
Yes most of the Lab/VN injuries cause considerable vision problems--in---the VOR area---it is very seldom that they go beyond that---I would guess that the VOR exercises should do it---but it usually takes time---if done consistently---usually work
The ones I was given were tailored to correct double vision(one scene above the other & depth perception + other... (21 replies)
... vn sufferers experience this. Should I continue the VOR exercises or would you recommend I pursue talyored visual exercises with an opthamologist? ... (21 replies)
... Well, since my first real Vertigo attack 15 months ago, I started some mild VRT, but I wasn't constant with it, I just did it a lot at the beginning , but I kind of left it. ... (18 replies)
I woke up about 2 to 2 1/2 weeks after the ear infection and it hit me all at once. I had extreme pain and pressure in my head and my ears were felt very full. I had the brain fog too really bad; felt like a brick was in the middle of my head. I felt really off, not spinning or moving vertigo, just very strange, not right. That was in January.
By August the... (17 replies)
... I was focussed mostly on just getting my feet on the ground and the vertigo to stop. I thought I was ready to go back to work. I was at work for about two days when my brain fog hit me, just like you said, it was a ton of bricks! ... (17 replies)