Hello, My 10 year old son was recently diagnosed with Menier's after having a year of scary symptoms (drop attacks, vertigo, auditory hallucinations, nausea, headaches, low energy). We have put him on a low sodium diet, antihistamines and keeping a diary of his attacks to learn his triggers. To be honest, that has been the easier part of this. After doing lots of research I have been seeing that a lot of suffer's of this disease also have secondary symptoms, such as anxiety, depression, inability to concentrate, issues with cognitive abilities, etc. He has been in therapy the last year to deal with these issues. I went from him having to get tested for ADD and ADHD to cognitive therapy for reasons his therapist could not understand. Now we have answers. He is an extremely gifted child. He does science and reads on a high school level. He occasionally has issues with math. He can do the problems in his head, but he can not put them on paper. It is like he can not follow the numbers in sequence. He gets very upset and emotional about it. His lowest grade in school is a 96, except for math, which he has a 76 because he can't seem to finish his work and the teacher will not accept it unless he shows his work. It has become an issue. I have a conference with his school next week and need some advice on how to handle this with his teachers.