Assalamu Alaikum and Welcome,
Join one of the best paying affiliate programs in the industry and make commission from every referral or sale.
>>> Join Dar-us-Salam affiliate program and you will never regret doing so. This is your chance to earn a lot of good deeds and cash!
"Whoever guides [another] to a good deed will get a reward similar to the one who performs it." [Sahih Muslim].
Your commission - 5% of every Sale made through your affiliate link - If no sale then you still get 3 cents per referral (introductory offer).
Second tier commission - 2% of every sale (introductory offer).
You can get second tier commission by referring another affiliate to join the affiliate program. Such affiliates will become your sub-affiliates, and YOU will earn 2% commission of their sales while they themselves earn 5%.
*** Note: You can have a look at Dar-us-Salam range of products before you join the program, if you so wish.

PPPD Recovery: Top Tips to Heal Dizziness/PPPD using Neuroplasticity

Loading ....

Claritox Pro is a natural supplement that helps you to get rid of dizziness and its complications. This supplement is considered as one of the most powerful supplements in the market for treating dizziness because it has a collection of ingredients that are not only effective but also safe. Details about Claritox Pro and how to get it is available on Claritox Pro official website.

In this video I share with you 3 of my top tips to help you heal from a chronic dizziness issue such as PPPD. I have successfully applied Neuroplasticity to recover from PPPD. The 3 tips I share with you in this video helped me to heal and they can help you too!

For 121 coaching to help you heal from chronic dizziness such as PPPD, please email me at info@balanceyourlifenow.co.uk

Insta: @balanceyourlifenow

Disclaimer: The information in this video is not intended to replace the advice given by your Doctors and Health Professionals. If you are experiencing dizziness of any kind, please consult with your Doctor in the first instance. Please only consider the information provided once you have gained medical clearance.

 

Loading ....
Please follow and like us:

Assalamu Alaikum and Welcome,
Join one of the best paying affiliate programs in the industry and make commission from every referral or sale.
>>> Join Dar-us-Salam affiliate program and you will never regret doing so. This is your chance to earn a lot of good deeds and cash!
"Whoever guides [another] to a good deed will get a reward similar to the one who performs it." [Sahih Muslim].
Your commission - 5% of every Sale made through your affiliate link - If no sale then you still get 3 cents per referral (introductory offer).
Second tier commission - 2% of every sale (introductory offer).
You can get second tier commission by referring another affiliate to join the affiliate program. Such affiliates will become your sub-affiliates, and YOU will earn 2% commission of their sales while they themselves earn 5%.
*** Note: You can have a look at Dar-us-Salam range of products before you join the program, if you so wish.

66 comments

  1. Proctor Gallagher Institute 24/7 Live Stream | Bob Proctor

    Welcome to the Proctor Gallagher Institute 24/7 Live Stream with Bob Proctor, you’ll find everything you need here to move beyond limiting ideas and beliefs, take control of your life, and create personal and financial freedom. So, go ahead and dive in—your journey toward health, wealth, and greater happiness awaits! https://bit.ly/SubscribeToProctorGall...

    Our vision is to significantly improve the quality of lives globally by elevating the quality of thoughts individually. We do this by educating and empowering our audience through products, services and events that expand awareness and harmonize people with the natural, immutable Laws of the Universe. We intend to play a significant role in creating a world in which true wealth—spiritual, material, intellectual—flows to, through and from every person in an ever-expanding, never-ending cycle of abundance. Download free resources and go deeper with Bob here: https://bit.ly/PGIConnect

  2. For your healing were you physically active? Is that a big part of healing? Feeling your dizziness and all those symptoms?

    1. Yes I was physically active most of the time when I felt able. Swimming initially was tough and made me feel more dizzy but I’m fine now. Exercise was a big part of my recovery but that’s just personal experience and not essential for everyone.

    1. My dizziness triggers when I eat something. After 15-20 minutes of eating I feel lik better.

  3. Heaviness in one side of head. And eye goes dark ve lack of mental clearity. I can explain it like confusion. It is PPPD???

    1. Get medical clearance from your doctor first. If all ok and you have all the other PPPD symptoms then yes it could be likely you have it. Check out my video “what is PPPD” as I describe lots of the other symptoms there

  4. Can low blood sugar trigger it? As that’s the only discernable trigger for mine but sometimes it comes on after a meal. I was told it was damage from an infection but no-one has an answer for the blood sugar thing. I also find when I think “oh my ears have been better recently” and BOOM! Bad attack for weeks

    1. @Balance Your Life Now do you have any tips or strategy along with neuroplasticity to stop the blood sugar connection with the dizziness? I’m doing vrt exercises which will hopefully help

    2. @Lucy Houghton vestibular rehab never helped me 😢 instead I found lots of mindfulness, calmness, stillness practice helped instead. I needed to recreate that sense of control and safety, which is very common for those with PPPD. I’ve heard that VR has worked for lots of people though, so always worth a try

    3. @Lucy Houghton yes! I can relate to that so much. For me I think it started because when I felt dizzy I would feel light headed and at first when I never knew what was going on I always thought maybe I was hungry due to the light-headedness and that food could make that go away. You can then rely on that technique as a way to cope. Next thing you know your brain has associated the feeling of hunger with feeling dizzy because its part of our survival mechanism and we need to eat to survive. This happened by complete mistake for me but it was very frustrating. This was something that developed over time (and has since got better again) which actually proves the brain can change and adapt (Neuroplasticity!) I have read a few books that talk about the relationship to food and needing it to feel safe. You’ve heard of people that comfort eat right? It’s a similar thing I guess. I mean I’m not a Doctor but it’s how I’ve made sense of it. I don’t comfort eat or have a bad relationship with food but it was my go to at an attempt to feel that sense of ease and safety.

    4. Aha maybe I do have PPPD! It’s annoying crashing from meal to meal isn’t it. I think cause I’ve had it 2 years that I’ve built that association into my brain and rewarding the dizziness pathway by eating. Did vestibular rehab help you?

    5. Hi Lucy, talking from personal experience here but yes I believe low blood sugar can trigger it. It does with me anyway, and still to this day. If I let myself get hungry or overdo it with exercise and don’t eat properly after, I get lightheaded and dizziness, much more than before I had the PPPD as I know that can be a normal reaction too. So I would definitely say there is a link. Obviously it’s not always the case of having one trigger, sometimes you might not even know what triggered it, the dizziness can just pop up out of nowhere. I can’t actually give you an answer as to why the blood sugar thing triggers it. I’m wondering if it’s possibly to do with the survival part of our brains? I developed quite bad anxiety as a result of the dizziness. When I hadn’t eaten and started to feel hungry, i think that survival part of my brain automatically made me feel anxious and that would trigger the dizziness. To the point I really had to focus on managing that for a while. I’m not sure if anxiety is a part of your journey, but as I’m not a Doctor I can only offer what made logical sense in my circumstances.

  5. How do we know for sure that this is PPPD or vestibular migraines. I feel i have all of the symptoms of PPPD rather than vestibular migraines but I am still not sure

    1. @Sam Hey, so I never had an official VM diagnosis and the migraine medication they gave me to try just made me feel worse. It was mainly the headaches and light sensitivity I had that would trigger dizziness for me. One massive thing that helped me was glasses with a slight tint in them for when I was in the office or other places with bright white lights that would usually make me dizzy. I would also wear sunglasses outside on bright days. This always made me feel way less dizzy and much more myself. I used to wear the glasses alot but then also take them off for short spells to build up my resistance slowly and gradually. Over time it just got better and better and now I am hardly affected atall by any lighting. It definitely doesn’t trigger dizziness anymore if anything it’s just a little uncomfortable. The headaches got better for me as I healed generally and I also see a physio regularly to help managed any head and neck tension. I’m not sure if you have any light sensitivity but if you do I highly recommend the tinted glasses and gradually expose yourself to more light as I explain above. It helped me massively. So if you asked me if I thought I had VM any more I would say no, but I’ll never actually know if I had it in the first place or not. Youre best off trying to treat symptoms rather than to treat a label, in my opinion, much more effective 😊

    2. @Balance Your Life Now Hey 🙂 I have had 24/7 dizziness since 2 years and have been diagnosed with PPPD and possibly Vestibular Migraine. You said that you also think you have VM, have you been able to cure that as well? Without medication?

    3. @Balance Your Life Now omg im so sorry I have said the same things on two different video I do apologise. I am just such a mess right now. I just want to feel like I used to 5 months ago. Its really getting to me 🙁 THank you so much for your help

  6. Would you be able to tell us how long of practicing neuroplasticity did you #1 start to feel relief #2 be completely healed? I just want to hear a baseline. I know it’s different for everyone.

    1. I would say about 18 months to really see significant improvements. For me recovery was very slow. I didn’t commit to practicing Neuroplasticity, I tried it and kept coming back to it. I’d never heard of it before and wasn’t convinced it would work. I’m also not completely dizziness free, but I am significantly better. I can go for days without feeling dizzy at all and go places that used to make me dizzy and now feel fine. But if I’m run down, I’ll, tired, stressed, anxious, the dizziness sometimes does come back. So Neuroplasticity is a process I still practice daily. As you say though timescales are different for everyone 😁

  7. Hey emma! How could I get over the fear of going outside because of PPPD? I have severe anxiety too

  8. Thank you for making me feel human again. I’ve been so helpless, yet optimistic and driven to beat this. What a horrible feeling. I’ve lost so much due to this crazy illness. Well, the stars are always brighter when in a dark space. I appreciate your video my friend. Thank you again.

    1. @Symon Goni thank you so much, that is my intention to inspire others to feel motivated and believe they can heal too! 😁🙏🏼

    2. @Balance Your Life Now I’m just so ready to feel normal, and your videos give me so much hope. Happy healing my friend. Smile and remember to enjoy one thing today. Life is short, but amazing!🌞

    3. Thank you. I love that thought of the stars shining brightest in the darkest places. Sending you healing vibes ✨💛

  9. Thanks a lot for you information.
    I’m Brazilian and a could’nt get enough information about pppd. We only have one doctor who speaks about it, and your service is very very expensive.
    I’m developed pppd after using (during also) antidepressants and benzodiazepinics Today, free of medicines, the dizzness continues without cessing.
    I will put your tips into practice.
    I’m still learning English and I take the opportunity to practice.

    1. @Felipe Bellucci I’m sorry to hear this. I hope you have medical clearance and then you can move towards healing. You have all the answers within you to do this yourself. I’m sure you’re on the right path 😁

    2. @Balance Your Life Now Thank you very much for the answer.
      I’m watching all your videos.
      God bless you for your help.
      This disease is very debilitating. I lost my job, social life and I’m practically out of money, I spent it all on doctors and exams that didn’t reveal anything.

    3. Hi! Your English is very good! Thank you for your comment. Well done for coming off the medications, just take it one day at a time and I’m sure you will see some improvement soon. There is very little medical information out there for PPPD, hopefully that will change soon
      In the mean time, we will all get through this together 🙏🏼❤

  10. I’m noticing that every time my symptoms get really bad I start having really negative Emotions like frustration, annoyance, hopelessness, anger, “I’m gonna be like this forever” etc. but when my symptoms aren’t too bad it’s easier for me to be positive. For example today – I noticed today when my symptoms were really bad I was back in the mindset of feeling like I can’t heal myself but still telling myself positive affirmations (but I know none of it works if i don’t truly believe it) The thing is, I do believe it when I’m feeling less symptomatic. How would you go about this/have any advice?

    1. @RL E Thank you for the nice comment – advice.

      I’m hoping for better days.
      The one thing that I did not try 4 months now was to accept my symptoms. Guess what, they went away, not completely but they reduced like 70-80%.
      I’m doing fine after I watched this video + I’m reading a book called •You are the placibo•
      I think everyone should read this one. It got some very nice things you can learn from it. Just read the first chapter and you will see.

    2. @Angelos Economopoulos I understand and go through the same things. Keep a positive mindset in the midst of strong symptoms. I know it’s tough and it drags me down too keep the hope that you can and will get through this.

    3. @Angelos Economopoulos you’re the best. i feel like i am able to get better by trying not to think about it, it’s just so hard. i am a hypochondriac so this has happened many times and a part of me thinks i’m okay but the other part is saying what if. but thank you for the advice. seeing that you got better by not thinking about it gives me hope

    4. @Arly Pinto I understand what you saying that you don’t feel normal. I totally get it. That’s happening because you are afraid and thinking you are in danger all the time. You are actually normal but you “think” you are not. Tell yourself “I am ok”, try not to think about it or “search it on the internet” and then it will go away the whole “I don’t feel normal” thing. Trust me.

    5. @Angelos Economopoulos omg constantly on reddit looking for symptoms. yes i went to the ER and urgent care got 2 blood tests all came back normal, went to the ENT he said it was a vestibular migraine which i don’t think it is because i’m just constantly lightheaded it’s not on and off throughout the day like i never feel 100% normal. he gave me noritriptyline which is supposed to help the dizziness and the headaches both but it’s been a week i don’t feel too much yet. i only feel okay laying down and it’s not like i’m bed bound because i still go to school and work and even the gym not as much as before it’s just something that’s really annoying to deal with and makes me depressed. i scheduled an appointment with a psychiatrist to talk with about my anxiety because i have always had really bad health anxiety and now more than ever. i also just want an MRI to make sure i’m fine in the brain because i think when i think about if i have something serious the dizziness flares up and i get depressed again and feel worse

    1. Hi, no I never took any. I was offered SSRIs but didn’t want to take them

  11. finally! more content on the subject! i have been going thru this for alost 2 years now. i suffer form lightheadedness that lasts all day and get worse with physical exercise or straining myself…. its rough!

    1. Hey Greg, thanks for your comment. There is definitely not enough people talking about the RECOVERY of pppd. I really want to be able to give others hope that they can get better! Have you been diagnosed with pppd? Or are you still waiting to find out?

  12. Is your dizziness in just spells throughout the day now or still persistent just at a lower level? This is all so interesting! I’ve had it for 4 and half years now

    1. It’s been since last July. I was working at my desk and felt like my world was leaning and I was fighting passing out. Was able to yell our call for help, but it took everything I had. I fall a lot now and I’m doing my best to avoid public places. Lol

    2. Its a mixture really its either not there at all and completely symptom free or a very low level so I hardly notice it and it doesn’t bother me. Occasionally I get little spikes thats more noticeable in higher stress situations but I can respond in a way where I can get it under control straight away and the symptoms die back down again. Healing really does take a lot of time and I’ve had to have a lot of patience. I hope you find your path to healing too 🙏🏼

    1. Exactly. There are not enough people out there sharing how to get better, only the struggles. Healing is most definitely possible 🙏🏼❤

    2. @Balance Your Life Now it did people should create more awareness for this hellish illness

Comments are closed.