Meniere’s – Airborne Allergies and Mold

This post was written by Mike on October 2, 2016
Posted Under: General Information on Meniere's Disease / Syndrome,Meniere's Disease Triggers & Causes

Allergies from pollen and other airborne allergens are known triggers for Meniere’s disease

It may be airborne allergens are even Meniere's Disease & Allergensa possible root cause in some people. We always get a surge of sufferers contacting Meniere’s Help during the allergy seasons in spring and fall/autumn so without doubt it increases symptoms and triggers attacks.

Mold can increase allergic reactions and in itself can cause many diseases. Mold and mildew is also a known Meniere’s trigger and possible root cause in some sufferers.

28.9 million people were diagnosed with sinusitis in 2010. The sinuses are an important part of the immune system and also related to Meniere’s. Allergens inside buildings can be even worse! Could this be a problem for you?

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Watch this short video below for more on allergies and mold.

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Help other Meniere’s sufferers. What are you experiences of Meniere’s in the allergy seasons, with mold and other allergens. Tell us all about it n the comments boxes below or email us at meniereshelp@gmail.com

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