Hearing loss and family gatherings aren’t always a recipe for an enjoyable evening. Being smart and planning ahead can improve your chances for a less stressed, more pleasurable evening.
What you can do to stay active, healthy, and prepared.
Vestibular Neuritis is the second most common cause of dizziness and vertigo, due to a problem in the inner ear.
Recent research continues to help us better understand migraines, including how and why they occur and how to treat them. Below is a roundup of some of the latest findings along with links if you want to read more. A new study estimates about one quarter of people who have had dizziness or imbalance for … Continue reading Recent Migraine Research
After a concussion, guided exercise can help you feel better faster Thanks to increased attention to the dangers of concussions, more medical professionals are taking them seriously and advising rest. But how long do you need to rest? It’s extremely important to immediately stop any strenuous activity in the short term, right after a concussion, … Continue reading Concussion and Exercise- the right steps at the right time
Watch this video to learn more about Vestibular Therapy and how it helps decrease dizziness.
In our clinics, we frequently work with patients who have vestibular migraines. These migraines can cause dizziness, nausea and imbalance, in addition to other common migraine symptoms, such as headaches and sensitivity to noise, light, odors and movement. While medication can be helpful, lifestyle factors also can play a big role. When we work with … Continue reading Did you know exercise can help with migraines?
Navigating the Minnesota State Fair on a migraine-friendly diet can be tricky business, what with all those cheese curds and hot dogs and yeast donuts at every turn. However, we came across a few items that look like they fit the bill. (Please note: This list of suggestions was generated based on online menu descriptions. … Continue reading Migraine Friendly State Fair Guild
In the news, it’s common to hear scary things about concussions. But here’s some good news: Most concussions heal in 7-10 days. And those who don’t heal in that timeframe still can make excellent progress, but they may need some guidance to help the recovery go more smoothly.
If you are over 65 years of age, there is a 1 in 3 chance you may be experiencing hearing loss. How do you know if you are the one in three? Ask yourself these quick 4 questions: 1) How do you feel you hear in background noise, like a busy restaurant, or with multiple speakers, like … Continue reading 4 Quick Questions to Check for Hearing Loss