Questions from our readers

After I treat my BPPV with maneuvers, I still feel “woozy” for days/weeks afterward.  No acute vertigo, but light-headedness, and a general “brain fog” malaise which typically greets me each morning but resolves later in the day.  For weeks or months, until I feel really good then “bam”, another BBPV episode that restarts the process.Continue reading “Questions from our readers”

Aging and multisensory imbalance

In order to sense motion and have normal balance, your body uses three overlapping systems, called the balance triad.  The inner ears are critical to sensing motion;  the eyes and depth perception help locate you in space, and your body, arms and legs feel the floor and your surroundings to help orient you.  If anyContinue reading “Aging and multisensory imbalance”