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- Decrease or minimize occurrences of vertigo, nausea, or vomiting
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Introduction to Meniere’s diease
If you have Meniere’s disease then you probably have one or more of these symptoms:
- Recurring episodes of vertigo. Vertigo is similar to the sensation you experience if you spin around quickly several times and suddenly stop. You feel as if the room is still spinning, and you lose your balance. Episodes of vertigo occur without warning and usually last 20 minutes to two hours or more, up to 24 hours. Severe vertigo can cause nausea and vomiting.
- Hearing loss. Hearing loss in Meniere’s disease may fluctuate, particularly early in the course of the disease. Eventually, most people experience some degree of permanent hearing loss.
- Tinnitus. Tinnitus is the perception of a ringing, buzzing, roaring, whistling or hissing sound in your ear. With Meniere’s disease, tinnitus is often low-pitched.
- Aural fullness. Aural fullness is the feeling of fullness or pressure in the ear.
And these are some of the causes:
- Improper fluid drainage, perhaps because of a blockage or anatomic abnormality
- Abnormal immune response
- Viral infection
- Genetic predisposition
- Head trauma So what should you do? When you go to the doctor, they will put you through several tests to make sure what you have is Meniere’s Disease, then they are gong to tell you that while there is no cure for this disease, they can treat the symptom. However, if you have Tinnitus, they are going to tell you that they can’t do anything about that either so live with it. This is where Universal Sound Therapy comes into the picture. At Universal Sound Therapy, we have therapy sessions for both Tinnitus and Meniere’s disease that have helps many people heal themselves from these issues.Give us a try, see what we can help your body do. Remember we have a 90 day money back guarantee so if it doesn’t work for you, you get your money back. So why hesitate, order today and get started healing yourself.
Short Description of Meniere’s Disease
Meniere’s Disease is a disorder that affects the inner ear. The condition leads to dizzy spells or vertigo and hearing loss. In most cases, the condition only affects one ear.
Symptoms of Meniere’s Disease
- feel dizziness with a spinning sensation (vertigo)
- feel unsteady on your feet
- feel sick (nausea) or be sick (vomit)
- hear ringing, roaring or buzzing inside your ear
- have a sudden drop in hearing
About Meniere’s Disease
Meniere’s disease is a disease that primarily affects the inner ear. Only one ear is usually affected. The inner ear is the part that is responsible for balance and hearing. The disease also results in vertigo, a sensation that one is spinning. The disease also leads to hearing problems and a ringing sound in the ear. According to data from The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, it is estimated that 615,000 people in the USA are suffering from Meniere’s. Approximately, 45,500 are diagnosed each year. The condition is most likely to affect people in their 40s and 50s. The disease is considered to be a chronic condition. However, lifestyle modification and available treatments can help ease most of the symptoms. A lot of patients diagnosed with it will undergo remission within a few years after their initial diagnosis.
Etiology of Meniere’s Disease
The cause of disease is currently unknown. However, researchers believe it is due to changes in the fluid in tubes found in the inner ear. Other scientists believe it is due to an autoimmune disease, allergies and genetics.
Meniere’s disease usually occur in episodes or attacks and the symptoms include:
- vertigo, with attacks lasting anywhere from a few minutes to 24 hours
- loss of hearing in the affected ear
- tinnitus, or the sensation of ringing, in the affected ear
- aural fullness, or the feeling that the ear is full or plugged
- loss of balance
- nausea, vomiting, and sweating caused by severe vertigo
A patient suffering from Meniere’s will feel at least two or three of the following symptoms:
- Aural fullness
- Hearing loss
Most patients suffering from the condition do not feel any symptoms in between attacks. Many of the symptoms are actually caused by other issues in the ear if they happen during a period where there is no attack. The disease may also be confused with other inner ear conditions like labyrinthitis.
Diagnosis of Meniere’s Disease
There are a number of ways your healthcare provider can diagnose you if you are suffering from symptoms. The tests will examine hearing and balance in order to rule out other causes for your symptoms.
The hearing test or audiometry is done in order to determine if what you are suffering from is hearing loss. The test requires you to put headphones on and listen to different noises of varying volumes and pitches. You will need to tell the examiner when you can and cannot hear a tone so that he can determine if you are indeed suffering from some form of hearing loss.
The hearing will also be tested in order to know the difference between similar sounds. In this part of the test, you will hear words through the headphones and repeat what you hear. The results will tell the doctor if you indeed have a hearing problem in one or both ears.
An issue in the inner ear, or with the nerve in the ear can cause hearing loss. An ECog test or electrocochleography is done so as to measure the electrical activity inside the inner ear. An auditory brainstem response or ABR test checks the function of the hearing nerves and the hearing center located in the brain. All of these can help the doctor determine if the problem is caused by the inner ear or the nerve inside.
These tests are done in order to determine the function of your inner ear. Patients suffering from Meniere’s disease will have a reduced balance response in one of their ears. This balance test is the one most commonly used for Meniere’s disease and is called electronystagmography.
The test requires electrodes to be placed around your eyes in order to detect eye movement. When the test is performed, both hot and cold water will be pushed into the ear. The water causes your balance function to work and the involuntary eye movements will be tracked. Any abnormalities may indicate an issue with the inner ear.
Diet and Meniere’s Disease
Changing the diet can help reduce the amount of fluid in the inner and ease some of the symptoms. Here are some of the dietary items to limit or exclude:
It is also recommended to drink at least six to eight glasses of water per day so that the body is not retaining fluid.
Lifestyle Changes and Meniere’s Disease
Aside from dietary changes, some lifestyle modifications can help improve symptoms and these are:
- Resting during attacks of vertigo
- Eating regularly in order to help regulate fluids in the body
- Managing stress and anxiety via medication or psychotherapy