Stress And Meniere’s Disease – New Study

This post was written by Mike on April 21, 2010
Posted Under: General Information on Meniere's Disease / Syndrome,Meniere's Disease Triggers & Causes

Does stress trigger Meniere’s symptoms?

According to ClinicalTrials.gov a new set of trials are set to begin at Osaka University, related to stress management and Meniere’s Disease

One important aspect of this is that, while many doctors in the west may dismiss stress as a factor the researchers in Osaka had this to say,

“Attacks in Meniere’s disease, characterized by vertigo and hearing loss, are well known to occur repeatedly under stressed environment. Hitherto, its pathology was revealed to be inner ear hydrops through human temporal bone studies in 1938″

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