What is a simple, low-energy, low-impact job that someone who suffers from constant vertigo can do?


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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

As I suffer from Vertigo a lot because of Meniere's disease, you might think about a job with a pool company. Like having a route with customers to check their chemicals and light cleaning. Pretty easy job with low stress as I do it for my pool all the time and know some people that have their own company and the employees can set their own hours and days that they work and still make pretty good money. Easy to learn and a very low impact job.

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Chocolatey  Goodness
Nice. Unfortunately, the vertigo is so bad, I'm unable to drive. Thanks for the suggestion!
Rooster Cogburn
Rooster Cogburn commented
I deal with that a lot. I usually have someone drive me when I need it and some of the meds I take have really helped control the vertigo!
Chocolatey  Goodness
What are you taking? Maybe I should have them test for Meniere's for me, although what I read online a few months back didn't sound like my symptoms at the time.
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joe mckeown , Joe Mckeown., answered

Internet work may be your best option. I am also a long sufferer of Vertigo and have found that Polysporin antibiotic Ear drops clear my problem in a few days. I use them as soon as I feel another bout coming on.  Good luck.

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