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Posted: Apr 21 2012, 09:44 AM
Member No.: 97
Joined: 6-November 11
Hi well so much for my positive thinking after seeing Surrenthiran on monday,i woke up 3.45 on wednesday morning and had a minor vertigo managed to get downstairs and in to the recliner chair (for some reason i always seem more comfortable there than in bed) took a buccanstem and it subsided after about an hour.Woke up normal time later, went down made a cup of tea and took it back to bed as i was a bit tired, i was just laying there enjoying the radio and my tea when all hell broke loose i had the worst vertigo i have ever had,i managed to ring my husband and he came home from work, the attack seemed to go on for hours and i was sick loads of times the buccanstem done b****r all and i was in bed the rest of the day until about 5.30 when i felt able to get up.i dont know if maybe my stress levels were running high and that caused it ,any way on Thursday i down loaded a kindle book called" heal your headache 1.2.3" and although it only touched on vestibular migraine the principle is the same and i could reconize a lot of my symptoms.any way have now been taking the migraine med since Thursday so hope it might do something and i am going to really persevere with the migraine diet.Does any one know of any more books (preferably kindle) that delve into vestibular migraine a bit more i feel if i can find out as much as i can about it, maybe i wont be so devastated when i get these attacks,because i am so frightened of them it probally makes them worse.
anyway enough of my ramblings hope every one is well :dizzy:
Posted: Apr 21 2012, 07:07 PM
Member No.: 3
Joined: 6-February 11
I don't know of any books to download, although I'm sure if you search Amazon something will turn up....
But in the meantime there is a lot of info here if you've not already signed up