Memory and Vestibular Disorders

Quite a discussion on FB yesterday regarding our short-term memories. My question is could this be linked to some degree with Alzheimer’s. Maybe but that would not explain the imbalance. I can be talking and in mid-sentence will forget what the words are as well as an entire thought. This is very frustrating and can be embarrassing as well. The research shows it is not that I am “crazy”, but because Vestibular Disorders do have a symptom of short-term memory loss. So when I think it’s Alzheimer’s, it’s probably not. It is this wonderful disorder called Mal de Debarquement Syndrome or also known as a Vestibular Disorder that I have been blessed to endure.

More Later…..

About Cindy Beagle

I am a 56 year old who suffers with Central Vestibular Disorder and possibly Mal de Debarquement Syndrome (MdDS). Central Vestibular Disorder is a central nervous system disorder. MdDS otherwise known as disembarkment syndrome is a type of vertigo except I don't spin I ROCK. The Fatigue is overwhelming and there are many other symptoms but no cure.

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