Fasting with Meniere’s Disease

Fasting with Meniere’s Disease. How does fasting affect your condition when you suffer with Meniere’s Disease? Is it a good idea? Can it help or can it make things worse?

Meniere’s Disease or Chiari malformation?

Meniere’s disease or Chiari malformation? In a four year study of 364 Chiari patients found that 74% patients had “Meniere’s like syndrome “: dizziness, disequilibrium pressure in ears, tinnitus, decreased hearing, true vertigo, nystagmus.

Meniere’s disease – Cervical Spine and TMJ

Meniere’s disease – Cervical Spine and TMJ. Misalignment in the cervical spine, neck and jaw have all been linked to Meniere’s disease. Many people who have had chiropractic readjustments and manipulation of the cervical spine have freed themselves of Meniere’s symptoms, notably C1 through C6.

Menieres disease and food allergies

Food allergies and gut issues have been linked to Meniere’s disease. This is one of several possible causes you can correct or eliminate in your life. Studies have shown that up to 30% of Meniere’s sufferers have food allergies and/or intolerances. Intolerance to gluten and candida overgrowth are common.

Meniere’s Disease – Allergies and Mold

Meniere’s Disease – Allergies and Mold. Allergies from pollen and other airborne allergens are known triggers for Meniere’s disease and even a possible root cause in some people. Could this be a problem for you? Watch this short video.