Some dizzy patients know exactly what causes their dizziness. They develop avoidance behaviors and learn to steer clear of their vertigo triggers. For others, it's completely spontaneous with no rhyme or reason. More often than not, though, there is a pattern to vertigo triggers. And knowing what triggers your dizziness is a crucial component in diagnosing and treating your dizziness.
Like having a noisy neighbor, living with vestibular migraine is just as much about learning to cope with the “noise” as it is about actually confronting the noise. Ear plugs, soundproofing, a schedule — these are the tools of dealing with a noisy neighbor. Work routines, travel strategies, proper diet, and cognitive resilience — these are the tools of living with vestibular migraine (VM).
If you’ve been getting migraines for years and are now starting to get frequent dizzy spells too, then you may have vestibular migraine. If you’ve never heard of vestibular migraine, then you’re not alone.
You deserve the time and resources to tell your story; we understand how scary vertigo and dizziness related symptoms can be. Let us provide you an optimal diagnosis and treatment plan to get you better.