Items Tagged ‘brain fog’

Maine basketball coach with rare hearing disorder crosses country for specialized surgery at UCLA

July 25, 2018

Maine basketball coach with rare hearing disorder crosses country for specialized surgery at UCLA

By Elaine Schmidt Elaine Schmidt

Out of the blue, Richard Barron, 49, woke up deaf in one ear. The University of Maine women’s basketball coach was ultra-sensitive to noise–the sound of someone loading the dishwasher was excruciating. Even stranger, Richard began hearing his bones creak and his eyelids move. Far worse was the noise-related brain fog that descended on him […]

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Tags: body sounds, bones creak, brain fog, eyelids move, hearing loss, minimally invasive approach, nausea, poor balance, superior canal dehiscence; SSCD