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Consideration of psychological factors for chronic symptoms

Vestibular disorders can have a profound impact on individuals, their families, and their livelihoods. Common symptoms include spinning, rocking, head pressure, double vision, nausea, fatigue, and brain fog, which can worsen in specific positions or environments.

Despite seeking medical advice and ruling out serious medical conditions, you may still struggle to find relief. Diagnoses such as persistent postural-perceptual dizziness (PPPD), vestibular migrane, Mal de debarquement syndrome, idiopathic dizziness, or no diagnosis at all can be given.

​It's not "all in your head", but it is in your brain. You are not crazy, you are really feeling unwanted sensations. These sensations may stem from neural patterns in the brain and body, indicating an imbalance in the mental, emotional, or spiritual aspects of one's inner world. Fortunately, the brain has the capacity to heal through neuroplasticity. Neuroplasticity is the brain's ability to change its activity by reorganizing its structure, functions, or connections.

By adopting a psychological perspective, engaging in gentle somatic practices, and practicing kindness towards yourself, the brain can gradually establish new steady neural connections. ​

This treatment requires that your doctors have ruled out any serious medical issues. We meet at least weekly and you must also be comitted to a daily home practice.

Vestibular Disorders : Service
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