Vestibular Migraine is the second most common cause of dizziness. Learn more about this type of migraine, the triggers and symptoms and how to help relieve symptoms.
Our body needs lots of water to keep us thriving. When people get dehydrated, they sometimes become lightheaded or suffer headaches. These refreshing recipes and tips can help you avoid that and stay hydrated during the heat of summer.
By now, you’ve most likely heard of the “Yanny” and “Laurel” dispute that has gone viral. But do you understand the science behind it?
We require balance for everything we do, from sitting upright at a table to going up and down curbs to walking over uneven surfaces. Want to improve your balance? Check out these 3 exercises?
Unilateral vestibular loss (UVL) is one of the more common pathologies involving the inner ear and the nerves related to it. UVL makes up about 14-20% of all inner ear pathologies.
Everyone knows they need to protect their hearing, but did you know that there are four common types of hearing protection? Foam Earplugs– This is a non-custom solution to protecting your hearing. Foam plugs are disposable and one-size-fits-most. They are inexpensive and can be purchased at your local drug store. These are usually worn […]
On the computer all day? Don’t forget the 20/20/20 Rule! Every 20 mins Look at something 20 feet away For 20 seconds This will help decrease eye strain, headaches, and dizzy symptoms. Set a timer or place a post-it note to help you remember! NDBC is a multidisciplinary facility specializing in diagnosing and treating people […]
Many people wonder what type of patients are seen for vestibular rehabilitative therapy (VRT)….is it just for the elderly? At NDBC, we see a wide variety of patients. As people get older their balance tends to decline and they are at a higher risk for falls, so many older folks do benefit from VRT. They […]
Hearing aids will bring you closer to your loved ones and keep you connected with friends and family, but as with any new device, there is a learning curve. Knowing what to expect during the first few weeks will help you get the most out of your new hearing aids and help decrease any possible frustration.