Hi guys. Just seeing this post. Unfortunately, I am not a one day wonder Gabby. Wish I was. I finally found some relief for my dizziness after many years of searching. After complaining to my chiari doc that the dizziness was getting progressively worse, he finally questioned if the dizziness was truly caused by my Chiari malformation. At that point, I decided to search the Internet once again, as I had done so many times before. Finally, after much searching, a breakthrough. I found a doctor at UCLA who was conducting a study on MdDS. I immediately called her and told her my symptoms over the phone and essentially begged for help. She gave me the name of a doctor, a neurologist, Dr. Catherine Cho, who practices in New York City at NYU Langone. After waiting three desperate months for my appointment, she examined me, put my head in crazy positions that made me very dizzy, of course, and said to me “the problem is your brain“ to which I replied, “My Chiari?“. She emphatically, to my surprise, said “no“. To make a long story short, she diagnosed me with PPPD. You can read about it online as it is a relatively new diagnosis which many people suffer from. Treatment is SSRIs and vestibular therapy. I am currently on 10 mg of Lexapro for which I have found tremendous relief. However, I do still struggle with dizziness on a daily basis, but nowhere near what I used to experience. My doctor would like to see me go up to 20 mg to see if I will get more relief, but because I did not find much more relief when going from 5mg to 10mg, I chose not to as of now as I do not want more side effects from a higher dosage. I tried vestibular therapy which helped to a point. Then I stopped as the exercises make you so dizzy. Because PPPD is rooted in anxiety I do talk to a therapist and do relaxation exercises. Both of which are recommended for PPPD. Anyway, thank goodness I do feel a lot better, however, I still work on my health every day. I hope this helps you Jay. I know the pain and suffering you are experiencing. Don’t give up. Be persistent like I was and you will find some relief. If you have any other questions, please reach out to me again. Good luck to you in this journey!