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Dizziness Care Survey Research

Dizzy Care Network is seeking to compare the gold-standard questionnaire (Dizziness Inventory) to a new research question that consolidates these questions into one simple scale (Dizziness Impact Scale) to help increase the ability for us to monitor the effectiveness of the recommendations from our matching algorithm. Please complete the following questions to help us see if there is a strong enough connection between the new and existing questionnaires.
0 (Not at All)12345678910 (Major Impact)
YesSometimesNo
Does looking up increase your problem?
Because of your problem, do you feel frustrated?
Because of your problem, do you restrict your travel for business or recreation?
Does walking down the aisle of a supermarket increase your problems?
Because of your problem, do you have difficulty getting into or out of bed?
Does your problem significantly restrict your participation in social activities, such as going out to dinner, going to the movies, dancing, or going to parties?
Because of your problem, do you have difficulty reading?
Does performing more ambitious activities such as sports, dancing, household chores (sweeping or putting dishes away) increase your problems?
Because of your problem, are you afraid to leave your home without having someone accompany you?
Because of your problem have you been embarrassed in front of others?
Do quick movements of your head increase your problem?
Because of your problem, do you avoid heights?
Does turning over in bed increase your problem?
Because of your problem, is it difficult for you to do strenuous homework or yard work?
Because of your problem, are you afraid people may think you are intoxicated?
Because of your problem, is it difficult for you to go for a walk by yourself?
Does walking down a sidewalk increase your problem?
Because of your problem, is it difficult for you to concentrate
Because of your problem, is it difficult for you to walk around your house in the dark?
Because of your problem, are you afraid to stay home alone?
Because of your problem, do you feel handicapped?
Has the problem placed stress on your relationships with members of your family or friends?
Because of your problem, are you depressed?
Does your problem interfere with your job or household responsibilities?
Does bending over increase your problem?