I suffer from PPPD (Persistant Posturo-Perceptual Dizziness) since January 2016. My work insurance is about to expire and the chance of me being able to return to my previous career as a respiratory therapist is pretty much non-existant. I was wondering if I could get suggestion on what kind of jobs someone with my limitations could do.
My limitations as far as I know are: limited amount of energy, cant be standing or sitting straight for more than 4h/day, unable to multitask (ex: can't write and listen to someone at the same time), trouble dealing with high movement/people environments and unsteady/non constant symptoms (changes the amount of time/energy I have on a day to day basis with no regularity)
I am hoping to find something that would allow me to help people and have some measure of a routine.
Hi All - started reading your comments the other day and wanted to share what I have found out so far just in case it helps. After all, that's usually why we're all going to this website, either for support, trying to figure out more of what's up and/or how to help ourselves, right? We are solution oriented ppl that are determined to find an answer! ;) . The first thing that comes to mind is...
Has anyone else been diagnosed with persistent postural perceptual dizziness with an unknown cause? Ive had imbalance all my life and its beggining to affect my work. Been reading about vestibular migraines as possible cause. Does anyone have that and what medicines work for you?