Conquer Meniere’s Disease

Simply put, Meniere’s disease is a terrible experience.  It will rob you of your life, if you let it.

If this is the case for you, I hope this blog can help.  In it, I will share different remedies that work for different people in their quest to conquer Meniere’s disease.  I also hope to post some stories of others that are doing well at managing Meniere’s disease.

I was diagnosed with Meniere’s in 1994 and have studied it since then.  In the last eight years, I have implemented a strategy that allows me to live my life like one who does not have Meniere’s.  I have lost some hearing in my right ear but other than that, I am able to live a normal life.

One of the many things I have learned in my studies is that what brings relief to one Meniere’s sufferer, might not bring relief to others.  Meniere’s disease is a complicated ailment and there is no one-size-fits all treatment.  I will share what works for me but know that what works for me may not work for you so I will share remedies that work for others too.

The other big lesson that I have learned is that there may not be one single silver bullet for you. There are three main weapons that I use against Meniere’s.  If I were to use only one, I will have problems.  This is a hypothesis that I have unwittingly tested.

The final big lesson is that I have to keep consistent with my treatment.  I have learned the hard way that I have to keep up with my regimen whether I am suffering from Meniere’s symptoms or not.  Twice I have stopped my routine after Meniere’s has gone into remission and both times the symptoms have returned.

Okay, enough talk.  Let’s get busy…


  1. @Helkombi says:

    Be strong!
    Keep rolling and not spinning!

    • Thanks

      I’ve got the spinning under control. Not everyone does. My heart goes out to them. I hope that I (and others) can help them with this blog

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