Showering Tips for Vestibular Migraine and Mal de Debarquement Syndrome

Showering with dizziness and vertigo can be scary and difficult! Many people with vestibular migraine and MdDS are overly dependent on their visual system to help them balance, and they feel lost in space (and often lose balance) when they close their eyes! The downward moving water, enclosed space, and head movements required to showerContinue reading “Showering Tips for Vestibular Migraine and Mal de Debarquement Syndrome”

Motion Sickness Tips for Mal de Debarquement Syndrome and Vestibular Migraine

Motion sickness can be a symptom trigger. Many people with vestibular migraine and mal de debarquement syndrome are prone to experiencing motion sickness. Try these tips to make traveling a little easier. Look at the horizon. Front seats are best. If you are in a plane, sit at or in front of the wings, whereContinue reading “Motion Sickness Tips for Mal de Debarquement Syndrome and Vestibular Migraine”

Managing Tech Triggers With Vestibular Migraine or Mal de Debarquement Syndrome

Many people with migraine, vestibular migraine, and mal de debarquement syndrome struggle with the lights and motion of screen time. Are you struggling to work, relax, pay bills, stay connected, or shop online because of your symptoms? Read on for some tips to help you manage your tech triggers. Try FL-41 or blue-blocking glasses. TheContinue reading “Managing Tech Triggers With Vestibular Migraine or Mal de Debarquement Syndrome”

Shopping with Dizziness and Vertigo

Stores can be minefields of symptom triggers! Here are a few tips for shopping with MdDS and Vestibular Migraine. To cope with bright lighting, try blue-blocking glasses, migraine or FL-41 glasses, sunglasses, or wearing a hat with a brim. Avoid shopping at peak times. Go when the store isn’t busy. When there is less people,Continue reading “Shopping with Dizziness and Vertigo”