From Childrens Lips – Vestibular Disorders

I have added a Video Link for all Videos.  I am posting a video regarding Vestibular Disorders. This video is in very simplistic terms as it is from children’s lips.  It is about Vestibular Disorders in Children, but is very applicable in Adults too. The name of the video is Brain Highways.  It is very interesting in that it may explain some disorders in children that go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. The video is about 5 minutes and is well worth listening to especially if you have a child with overactive tendencies or even under active tendencies.  It is very worth we adults listening to as well.  As one with a Vestibular Disorder, this gave me a very simple explanation of why I “Rock”.

This past week was a little challenging.  We had storms to come through our area which always makes the symptoms intensify.  My body tends to react with the barometric pressure.  The rock worsens, the tinnitus can be extreme, and my head pressure increases.  We were very fortunate in that none of our storms were severe.  But as many of you know other areas were not so fortunate.  I wish to take a moment and ask that we all remember those towns and communities in our Prayers.  There were many lives lost in these storms and we Pray for those families as they lay their loved ones to rest and try to find answers in their grief.  God knows why and hopefully those families will turn to Him for comfort.

Thank you for taking your time to read this Blog and I hope you take the little amount of time and view this video.

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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