Meniere’s disease is caused by a malfunction of the inner ear. One of its primary symptoms is vertigo – the sensation that the person or the things around him are spinning. This sensation can last a few minutes or as long as 4 hours and may also be accompanied by nausea and vomiting. As many as 5 million people in America are affected by Meniere’s disease.
- Be sure to eat a healthy diet
- Vertigo control through medication
- Inner ear injections
- Stop smoking
- Cut back on alcohol and caffeine
- A low sodium diet and/or water pills to reduce fluid build-up
While these suggestions may provide some sort of relief, unless the root cause is addressed, Meniere’s will continue to occur. Thankfully for those who suffer from this condiit0on, there is a long-lasting, natural method of care available.
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Help for Meniere’s Disease Through Upper Cervical Chiropractic
We understand how vital a healthy spine is in order to have a healthy body. It only takes a misalignment of ¼ of a millimeter to cause a variety of problems throughout the body, including Meniere’s disease. If either the atlas (C1) or axis (C2) is out of place, it can be stressing the brainstem, rather than protecting it. This can lead to a reduction in the flow of blood to the brain, thereby causing neurological problems. It has been seen through research that this can be the underlying reason for Meniere’s disease.
At our Stow, Idaho practice, we use modern technology to discover if and where a misalignment is located in the neck. We only give an adjustment when necessary. The method we use is a gentle technique that does not force the bones into place. Rather, they are realigned naturally. This can restore brainstem function, and improvements in Meniere’s disease is often seen in as little as one adjustment.
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