Wednesday, June 11, 2014

WEDNESDAY IN FLORIDA

About Ménière’s disease

Ménière’s disease is a disorder of the inner ear that can affect hearing and balance. People suffering from Ménière’s disease experience a variety of symptoms that may come and go, ranging from extreme dizziness, vertigo (a feeling that your surroundings are moving when there is no actual movement), nausea, tinnitus (roaring, humming or ringing sounds in your ears), fullness, pressure and pain, and hearing loss.
Episodes of vertigo are considered the most prominent symptom, with episodes typically lasting at least 20 minutes. People with Ménière’s may find that the symptoms they experience create problems for them in their work, family and social lives resulting in a loss of confidence and independence. Many experience feelings of anger, frustration, depression and isolation. This is why new medicines for Ménière’s are needed.
Good morning, this is what I deal with alot.  It is a awfull thing so that is why my days are good one , bad ones.  Isn't growing older WONDERFUL.  Lol
Raining here today so I plan on worling on a Afghan I told a lady I would make for her.  It will be a Christmas gift so don't have to work be in a hurry with it.
I wish you a great day.
Hugs,
Barbara

Saturday, June 7, 2014

HELP- Computer troubles

I can't believe it has been days since I posted to my favorite thing to do.  I am having some problems with my computer so until i get a new one or see about fixing this one I am lost.  You just wait until I can do the things I like to then yoiu will tire of me.  lol

See you once I get this problem solved.

Barb