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Tinnitus 911 Review

oleh willam princy (2019-04-15)

Having children whilst battling chronic labyrinthitis or vestibular neuritis Tinnitus 911 can be extremely challenging. It throws another dimension into your recovery - especially if you have young children who are still completely dependent on you. The simplest of tasks can feel like climbing Everest when you are dizzy 24/7. You don't have time to take the rest you need. You can't take time out of life to get yourself better. Even if your vestibular illness is in the background, a sudden flare up when little people are depending on you can be disastrous. You might have made plans to take your children to the park for example and, without warning, your head is spinning or you're so fatigued you can't fathom even getting up from the couch. Suddenly screen time is the only option you have for them but the guilt can be all consuming.

One vestibular patient and full time mother describes waking up with the all too familiar 'full' sensation in her head. She says 'I wake up feeling dizzy. My eyes hurt. My heart sinks. How am I supposed to be a mother today? I hear my young child calling for me to play and I know I am too fatigued. I plaster a smile on my face and sit down beside her hiding my tears, thinking of the 12 hours ahead of me without a break'.