Posted by: seattledizzygroup | October 31, 2019

Weather and Dizziness

How Weather Impacts Vestibular Disorders

The change of seasons from the warmer, dryer weather of summer to the colder, wetter weather of fall and winter commonly triggers or worsens vestibular symptoms (dizziness, vertigo, imbalance, headache, etc.). 

Changes in barometric pressure especially affect those who are living with conditions such as Meniere’s Disease and/or Vestibular Migraine.  

These articles discuss how weather changes impact vestibular disorders and offer helpful coping strategies:

Environmental Influences on Vestibular Disorders

Seasonal Vertigo Sufferers Can Predict Weather Changes

Feel It? 4 Ways Barometric Pressure Affects Your Health

Under Pressure: Are You a Human Barometer?

See also:

Winter Survival Strategies


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