What is dizziness?

Dizziness is often described as a sensation of lightheadedness along with feeling unsteady or off-balance. It can be a very unsettling experience; however, it is not always a sign of a serious underlying issue. Understanding what might be triggering your dizziness is the first step in figuring out how to fix it.

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As humans, we are largely reliant on our senses to allow us to navigate and interact with our environment. From a young age we were taught about the five basic senses—sight, touch, hearing, smell, and taste—however, I would like to argue for an important sixth basic sense… balance!

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You may have noticed something new going on for the past few months at the Vital PostureTM Clinic. In August I launched Thrive Thursdays—each month I host an educational talk designed to encourage you to explore different aspects of health and wellness.

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Walk Stretch and Breathe for Better Brain Health

With an increasing amount of research coming out on neurodegenerative diseases, brain health has become a very hot topic. However, when it comes to brain health, many people are focused on a magic ingredient – whether it be food, vitamins, or supplements – that they can take to boost their brain function. While ensuring your body has the appropriate nutritional building blocks it needs for growth, repair, and proper functioning is important, understanding how your body works can help you hack into its natural functions by incorporating simple daily activities to support your brain.

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Dizziness is a strange phenomenon, and anyone who has experienced it will understand how difficult it can be to describe the feeling. Dizziness can mean very different things to different people, and descriptions may include: a spinning sensation, a feeling of light headedness or faintness, unsteadiness/off balance, feeling like the floor is rocking, a floating sensation, fogginess, or disorientation.

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I recently had the privilege of attending the Dysautonomia International annual conference where healthcare practitioners, patients, and caregivers from all over the world came together for a weekend to connect and learn about the various facets of dysautonomia.
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In our high tech, fast paced world full of flashing lights and bells and whistles, we now have the ability to simulate daytime 24/7.

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Do you ever feel like you are living in a fog, feeling disconnected from your activities and the people in your life? 

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Sleep. You know you need it, but are you actually getting enough? In our high paced modern society, sleep is often sacrificed at the expense of meeting a deadline, attending a social function, or watching just one more episode on Netflix.

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If you have ever had a sink clog up, then you know that it may still be able to eventually drain its contents but at a much slower rate than usual; consequently, you will also be left with all the dirty scum on the outside to clean up.

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Did stress kill the caveman? Everyone has heard the phrase ‘stress is a silent killer’. While one stressful episode won’t kill you, long-term, uncontrolled stress often lies at the root of several chronic diseases, which can.

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Imagine waking up to your heart racing, breaking out in a cold sweat as a furnace burns inside you, feeling like the world is falling away from your feet as you stand. These are only a few of the sensations that people suffering from autonomic dysfunction or ‘dysautonomia’ may experience.
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