Mal de debarquement syndrome

How might mal de debarquement syndrome be treated?

Treatment options for mal de debarquement syndrome (MdDS) are limited. Most drugs that work for other forms of dizziness do not work for MdDS. On some cases, medications classified as vestibular suppressants, such as anti-depressants and anti-seizure medications, may be used. Customized vestibular therapy like optokinetic stimulation has been effective in some cases. In recent years, a renewed interest in understanding the underlying cause of MdDS has led to new treatment options, including repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation. More studies into these treatment options are needed.

Last updated on 05-01-20

Selected Full-Text Journal Articles

Mal de debarquement syndrome - articles

Cha YH, Chakrapani S. Voxel Based Morphometry Alterations in Mal de Debarquement Syndrome. PLoS One. 2015 Aug 7; 10(8):e0135021.

Last updated on 04-27-20

Name: MdDS Foundation 22406 Shannondell Drive
Audubon, PA, 19403, United States
Email: connect@mddsfoundation.org Url: http://www.mddsfoundation.org
Name: Vestibular Disorders Association 5018 NE 15th Ave
Portland, OR, 97211 , United States
Phone: 503-229-7705 Toll Free: 800-837-8428 Fax : 503-229-8064 Email: info@vestibular.org Url: http://www.vestibular.org

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