Mindfulness programs and practices frequently describe a process of locating your "center." One's center may be conceived as a focus of energy, both spiritual and physical, by which all activities ...View Article
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“I first found out about chiropractic from friends who were helped by chiropractic adjustments. During the consultation, I also told the doctor about my dizzy spells. I had been diagnosed as having Meniere’s disease 34 years ago by my family doctor and also by an ear, nose and throat specialist. For the last 34 years, I have had six to eight week periods in which I could not end my head from side to side or forward without getting dizzy and falling over. During those times, I couldn’t drive a car and had to stay in bed for days at a time until the dizziness passed. If i wanted to move about the house, I had to crawl from room to room. When the dizziness first came on, I would feel it in both ears. After lying down for a couple of days, it would move into just the right ear at which time I could move about as long as I didn’t title my head. Usually it took about six to eight weeks to overcome this, then it would come back within a few months time. I have had an MRI, which was negative, and have been prescribed Phenegren, which was too strong for me to take. I have been taking Dramamine for the past 34 years, but that didn’t help. I had a hopeless, horrible feeling from all this. Within one week, the dizziness had cleared, and I have been fine ever since. I am no longer taking any medications, and I see the doctor only for maintenance visits. I have recommended chiropractic care to friends. One friend had whiplash injury years ago, and the doctors don’t know what is going on with her either. I hope she follows through with my recommendation to see chiropractic care.”