4 weeks plus 5 days. I still have some spontaneous nystagmus, most noticeable when I just wake up, and when I lie down for a rest. My physio encouraged me to consider myself free from vertigo attacks, and go live my life (just like the last episode of Orange is the New Black! “You’re a free woman. Go live your life.”) He thinks my mini-tilts are perhaps a bit of PPPD, my brain relying heavily on visual cues so getting messed up or freaked out by complex environments. He wants me to pace myself and allow recovery from unpleasant vestibular feelings, but to decrease any avoidance. He noticed that I hold my upper body stiffly when I walk. I need to learn to trust, relax and swing my arms. I still have oscillopsia- mild for walking, more obvious when my head gets moved by anything besides my neck muscles - chewing crunchy food, if I scratch my head, someone else bumps it (hugs freak me out a little). I tried running a few steps in my backyard, and felt like I was running in a bouncy castle! But hey, no attacks! I’m driving, I’m making appointments with reasonable expectations of being able to show up without my hubby driving me. I did a couple of small grocery shops. I can do about 20 minutes on the computer. Reading books is fine. Knitting and painting fine, just need to move and stretch my neck, rest my visual focus occasionally. Gardening- I forget about my balance issues and trip or tilt off the shovel while digging sometimes, but manage to catch myself. (And if I do fall, it would be a soft landing!) I still get tired easily so I don’t think I’ll return to art school this fall, if ever... I had so many attacks in that building. Maybe I’ll get back to a yoga class next week (restorative or 50+).