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... Hi Teri, couple things that we have in common is that we both love cycling, yoga and had BPPV. Before I got struck with BPPV I used to religously practice bikrams yoga. I love it! I want to start going back to yoga, because it heals me mentally and physically. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Quincy, thanks for sharing so much great info... wow... you've been through alot... i'm glad that you're doing well ^.^ Well, I never had a cold, ear infection, etc... but I did bump my head hard and there was a small lump... but that's all I can think of... (46 replies)
... During a hospital stay where I became symptomatic, I was diagnosed with BPPV in 1975 by a specialist who had it himself....a cool benefit. ... (46 replies)

... Just a quick one to say that inverted postures in yoga are cited as one of the lesser known causes of BPPV. If you're doing yoga regularly and are a BPPV sufferer you might want to avoid any upside down work. ... (12 replies)
Question on BPPV
Sep 15, 2004
... By the few, do you mean those of us with only BPPV as a singular disorder and not as or coinciding as a secondary disorder? ... (14 replies)
BPPV versus LAB
Oct 9, 2003
... e and what makes me feel the worse it getting in brand new surroundings. I might not feel bad at the moment but feel bad when I get home. Anyway, my question is. BPPV is caused by crystals floating loose in the inner ear, causing positional vertigo. ... (10 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)
... 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)
Frequency of BPPV
Mar 27, 2012
... or doing Yoga or running? ... (5 replies)
... then most people must have a similar condition as spikey... loose crystals dissolve and then new ones fall... and that's why people with bppv have reocurences every so many years... ... (46 replies)
Question on BPPV
Sep 14, 2004
... Hi Subs, Thank you for your kind comments. By the few, do you mean those of us with only BPPV as a singular disorder and not as or coinciding as a secondary disorder? ... (14 replies)
... Hi krisdance, I'm just going to comment here as well. BPPV can be self-limiting and end on its own where the otoliths or when they're in the canal (canaliths) move out of the canal on their own back into the utricle. That could happen with turning over in bed or having the head back and turning or however....but sometimes it clears out on its own. I've had it happen like... (12 replies)
... My BPPV started in a yoga class, just lying on my back and turning my head to the right to do a simple twist. The room started to spin violently and was accompanied by nystagmus. ... (12 replies)
BPPV Treatment
Mar 23, 2004
... I then attended a yoga class and everything slid rapidly downhill. ... (8 replies)
Subs, BPPV Blip!
Aug 26, 2007
... Hi Cathy ..." laid back on the carpet and BAM"... Do you mean---prior to any MEP maneuvers(at all)?? ..."Will the MEP's get rid of the rest of the cyrstals lingering in my canal? "... Yes---it should---but---it takes a little time---between MEP's---for the brain---to adjust.... (2 replies)
... Hi Quincy, Thanks for all the great info... I try to move around alot and I'm still active... but I feel very strange when I look up and lay on the bad side... When you were diagnosed, did you bend, look up, etc... while your brain was compensating? Do you roll over and sleep on your bad ear? (46 replies)
... ies. In the 80's when aerobics and punk dancing was the rage, my doc said he had an onslaught of patients who never had any vestibular problems. After testing, BPPV was the culprit and many patients had less problems after their activities were modified. Not stopped, but modified. ... (46 replies)
... Hi Terri, Thanks for answering each questions. I tend to repeat myself alot... sorry... Still keeping my hopes up and very active... I'm getting better... just hope it never comes back again... I'm glad that you're doing so well^.^ Someday I hope that I will too... Thankyou so much for everything! Talk to you soon... (46 replies)
... Came home from the yoga class where I'd had the attack and immediately got out a medical book I have and it seemed pretty clear cut from what I was experiencing. ... (46 replies)
... No, I haven't gone back to yoga really. I did do a bit a couple years ago to try and keep up my base, but I eventually stopped all together. ... (5 replies)




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