Vertigo

According to Alfred Tomatis, people affected by Meniere’s Vertigo are in some way or another in conflict with themselves and/or their environment. He considers Vertigo to be a physical response to emotional tensions. Sometimes these tensions are obvious and due to direct circumstance. They might also have been growing gradually over many years, unsuspected until the pressure breaks. On a physical level, the emphasis is on the vestibular Рthat part of the inner ear that has to do with posture and balance, and that when disturbed can trigger various forms of giddiness. Some clients may develop a wish to talk and address the issues involved. Yet, if they prefer not to, clinical evidence has shown that the Listening Training will still help them regain their confidence and peace of mind, by training the ear to function properly so that Vertigo attacks decrease and finally cease altogether.
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