Finding Balance

A Story of Healing from a decade of Vestibular Disorders
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Finding Balance: Healing From a Decade of Vestibular Disorders

I want to share what I learned in over a decade of diagnosis, treatment and acceptance. It is the one small thing I can do to shine a light on our illness.  I hope you find this book to be personally valuable.
Sue Hickey - Author

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"If one of life’s major challenges is to know ourselves then there is a rich source of self knowledge through illness and healing. My own healing slowed me down so I could see things I would have missed at my previous pace. I experienced healing as miraculous. That we are given the gift of physical bodies with the capacity to heal; that we have the gift of intelligence to understand the workings of our bodies; that we have the benefit of others who dedicate themselves to healing, all these things were wondrous.

Whatever the future holds, I am grateful for the journey."

Finding Balance gives readers detailed insights into the physical and emotional toll of a health problem that is largely unrecognized and difficult to diagnose
. The book addresses a decade of illness; from the initial two years of attempting to find a diagnosis through years of treatment and finally, the rebuilding of a life within the limits of what dizziness and vertigo will allow.

“This book should be read by anyone affected by vestibular dysfunction: patients, family members, friends and healthcare providers.”

We Are Not Alone
Over 10 million adults in the United States have chronic problems with dizziness and imbalance – vestibular problems. This compares to 400,000 with multiple sclerosis or 1.5 million with autism, both chronic illnesses with much greater name recognition.

“The book about being dizzy, and healing from it – dizziness, vestibular problems, balance disorders, vertigo, dizzy, perilymph fistulas, Menieres, endolymphatic hydrops, BPPV, mal de debarquement, crowd motion sickness, and more.”