Vestibular Prosthesis To Help Restore Balance For Those With Meniere’s Disease

A doctor Christopher Phillips and his colleagues from the University of Washington in Seattle, are developing and testing a new vestibular prosthesis which delivers electrical stimulation to the fluid inside the semi-circular canals of the ear. In effect, the stimulation of the fluid makes the brain believe that the body is moving or swaying in a certain direction. This then causes a compensatory postural reflex to stabilize the posture thereby helping to restore balance.

Meniere’s Disease and Nutritional Supplements

How supplements can help reduce or stop Meniere’s disease symptoms