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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)
... Thinbones, As you may recall, my BPV started in a yoga class (I had been taking it for about 1-1/2 years at that point). After I got back to a somewhat normal state, I did go back to doing some beginner yoga, but NO inversions! Well, actually I did do downward dog, which technically is an inversion of sorts, but no headstands, handstands, etc. That's fine with me! I... (3 replies)
Yoga
May 4, 2004
... Hey there, Yoga can make you lose weight, especially if you dont have much of an exercise program to begin with. Its not so much of a weight loss thing, but it does involve somewhat continuous movements depending on what kind of yoga you do--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... (6 replies)

... Hi Emsy Yes Ive had pretty much 24/7 vertigo/offbalance, like Im moving when really not sensations for about 3 years now. While it has gotten better, as in I have not had an episode of actual spinning vertigo since the first few months, I still have the ***** headed/disconnected feeling sometimes and have problems sitting or standing very still, especially in dark or with... (3 replies)
BPV question
Mar 17, 2006
... o saying for most of us here. Ditto also on the feelings of being pulled down to one side and head pressure. My vertigo has always been truly positional. ... (25 replies)
... My biggest concern after doing the MEP and stopping any vertigo was that residual off feeling I would get when I first lay down or put my head in a previously vertigo inducing position. ... (3 replies)
... One specialist told me that most of her younger patients usually only get a vertigo attack 1 or 2 times in a decade... and some never get it again in their lifetime... ... (46 replies)
... I can certainly understand how the wrong yoga can do all sorts of damage, physically and emotionally. i actually have been taught very well and all my yoga postures are done in balance using the breath. my practice is sort of a mixture of different types of hatha yoga. ... (9 replies)
... Simply put, though, the yoga was nice, but at the end of the day certainly not important enough for me get back to. I'm not sad about it at all. ... (25 replies)
... In the early days I actually thought that computer use was the culprit of my vertigo episodes. Probably because I was using the computer most of the time and the first episodes I had happened while I was at the computer. ... (12 replies)
... After doing the Modified Epley the vertigo went away but I still had residual dizziness, brain fog, light sensitivity, tingles, difficulty looking at busy patterns etc. ... (14 replies)
... At an emergency room in 1995, a doctor couldn't figure out the cause of a sudden attack of vertigo that struck Joseph Delahunt. ... (5 replies)
... I drive, I move my head a lot, I do hair as a profession, I don't avoid head movements, but I don't do any continual or repetative bouncing exercises or yoga where my body is forced into a position that causes lots of pressure in my head. I do some ball exercises, some backwards....so far, so good. ... (46 replies)
... I definately agree with you that stress and being fatigued will make any illness worse. It's kinda ironic but I decided to begin doing some yoga poses again to help with the increased stress I've been feeling, but this brought on my vertigo big time!! ... (3 replies)
... ut at the time of the first episode, cured me of it when I had an ENT perform it during the second episode. By "cured" I mean that I could no longer trigger the vertigo by turning my head back and to the right, or lying down, etc. ... (10 replies)
... to all of you who have shared your experience with this condition. I am 53, and before March 29, was a healthy, active, fit and energetic woman. I am a runner, yoga practitioner, wife, and mother of 2 adult children. ... (140 replies)
... Uga, 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. I also have the feeling sometimes that having no function on either ears or at least a stable situation is better than having a ear sending not enough/wrong information to the brain. The vertigo episodes are... (89 replies)
... Usually the vertigo feels like Im moving around, sometimes I get the "falling" sensation like I fell down an elevator shaft when walking around, thats a weird one. ... (11 replies)
... When you say you have vertigo episodes, are these so bad you can't function at all? ... (89 replies)
... and have been doing yoga for 5 years now and I think that having that background has definetely helped with the postural issues. ... (89 replies)




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