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... Thank you so much for your help. ... (89 replies)
... Anyway, I will try to talk to him this week and will let you know if you could have the possibility for you to try it, as a non resident in the Netherlands. ... (89 replies)
... lar GP's don't seem to have a clue about this stuff. It boggles my mind because it's so extremely common, yet there seems to be very little sympathy or knowledge for it in the general medical industry. ... (12 replies)

... thanks for sharing so much great info... ... (46 replies)
... himself....a cool benefit. He was casual in his approach, gave me the "whatever was in" exercises or maneuvers, answered my questions and I knew I'd have this for a lifetime. I developed the tools to deal with it....but his main advice was to keep active, which I was. ... (46 replies)
... as not to aggravate your inner ear or else just skip the really dicey ones and do something else while the rest of the class finishes a pose you can't do. Like for me, mine came on during a simple twist while lying on my back. ... (3 replies)
Yoga
May 4, 2004
... some studios do whats called Bikram yoga, where they make the room really hot and you sweat like crazy for an hour, you lose lots of waterweight. ... (6 replies)
... offbalance, like Im moving when really not sensations for about 3 years now. ... (3 replies)
Yoga
May 2, 2004
... Anyways I wanted to post because Ive been doing Yoga lately and it has helped me tremendously. I think it helps my brain compensate, because of the balance and stillness it requires. ... (6 replies)
... shows nothing it may be because you've already compensated a bit. In any case, I agree with the others that you should have it. It could answer some questions for you. ... (9 replies)
... old my head straight and normal, I always find a way to hold my head with my hand, or do the forward head posture. My PT told me that this could cause dizziness, vertigo etc. so I am trying hard to correct it so it will stop aggravating the inner ear problem but I cant, im just too anxious. ... (5 replies)
... gone wrong. By week 4 I felt better but was having an issue with fluid due the grommet having closed over. The Dr managed this by putting me on antibiotics drops for a week and it was drained out. By week 6 I was on a plane overseas on multiple flights, snorkelling and hiking. ... (2 replies)
... which for someone with a language background is even more frustrating! ... (89 replies)
... down. This is hard for your brain to deal with. ... (89 replies)
... I just got the sheets to follow for VRT so I will be starting them whenever I get some free time. ... (12 replies)
... Thank you so much for your reply and for the great news. It is really nice to hear you are feeling better and able to cope with your daily challenges. ... (89 replies)
... I tried those ones before for a while, but unfortunately they did not help me. But I heard of people who did see some improvements, so I hope they work for you too. ... (12 replies)
... I don't know if a GP can properly diagnose you...push for an ENT. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, thanks for your replies. ... (15 replies)
... That is so wonderful! This reminds of something a friend said that I discounted, that she had vertigo from TMJ and her Dr told her too much caffeine. She is no longer having a problem though so I need to ask her more questions. ... (9 replies)


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