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[29 Mar 2010 | One Comment | ]
The Balance Parts of the Normal Inner Ear

In my last post I talked about why a brain rehabilitation programme is necessary for anyone who sufferers vertigo or dizziness.  However before we go into that idea much further, a brief series of discussions on the anatomy of the balance system might be a good idea.  If fact it is really vital that vertigo and dizziness sufferers understand what is happening in their bodies, because a thorough understanding of the problem can help remove much of the fear and anxiety that these problems can produce.
Today we are going to …

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[15 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
The need for brain rehabilitation in dizziness and vertigo.

One of our readers asked the question why I had made the assertion that people with balance problems need to undergo a brain rehabilitation programme.  This is a fair question, and I will answer it here.  This post will be more technical than most, but bear with me, it is worth it.

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[12 Jan 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
What causes your Meniere’s Disease symptoms?

In this post I’m going to talk about what causes Meniere’s disease.  It’s important to know what causes the problem that you are suffering from as often when you have that understanding it can place you in a better position to take action to prevent or manage the progression of your condition.  So in a nutshell, with Meniere’s Disease there is a problem with the absorption of a certain fluid in your inner ear. This causes a build up of pressure and eventually a rupture. The rupture causes your episodes of …