Oral health and Meniere’s disease

A new study suggests that poor oral health, including periodontitis and missing teeth, may increase the risk of developing Meniere’s disease. Learn more about the link between oral health and Meniere’s disease symptoms.

TMJ, Meniere’s Disease and Dizziness. What are the connections?

If you experience symptoms like jaw pain, tinnitus, vertigo, or dizziness, you may be dealing with a condition related to your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) or Meniere’s disease. These conditions can be challenging to diagnose and manage, but with the right treatment plan and management strategies, it is possible to improve your symptoms and overall quality of life.

In this article, we’ll explore the connections between TMJ, Meniere’s disease, and dizziness, as well as the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment options, and management strategies available for these conditions. By understanding the complexities of these conditions and the best ways to manage them, you can take control of your health and live a fulfilling life despite your symptoms.

Improving Posture to Alleviate Vertigo: A Comprehensive Guide

Vertigo can be the most debilitating symptom of Meniere’s. Learn how neck posture can affect ear function and how you can rectify it.