|Jul 17 2012|
I've had a few friends tell me that solar flares are associated withvertigo, somehow.
I wonder if it's a coincidence that I had such an attack this spring, while the sun's been a-flaring. Honestly, I've had a healthy life, so when the vertigo started up this spring, I didn't know what to do. I was the kind of kid who'd eat awful pizza and then ride on a roller coaster 3 times in a row. I'd never had any balance problems, so MD was quite an unwelcome surprise.
If you check out the link above, I did contact the Carlini Institute but didn't hear back from them.
In case there's a connection, the GOOD NEWS is that solar flares happen once every 11 years- so once this is over, there will be a decade of less solar flare aggravation.
You might think I'm crazy for entertaining thoughts like this, but no matter what caused my MD, I want it to go away. So let's hope for everyone's sake that these darn solar flares have made it worse for us lately!
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