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Old 02-16-2010, 11:35 AM
Location: NJ
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Has anyone heard of this vitamin regimen that this man came up with to help his battle with Menieres? Or has anyone done it? It worked for him and he claims to be free of all his symptoms of Menieres but still continues to take his vitamins daily. I am thinking of doing it as well since the conventional treatments (low salt diet and diuretics) are not helping me. I don't have vertigo or tinnitus but I do have the fluctuating hearing loss and fullness in the ear. Been going on 11 months now that I have been dealing with this with no relief in sight. At this point, I am willing to try anything.
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Old 07-25-2010, 04:19 AM
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Default New Meniere's book from a guy who recovered from Meniere's Disease and wrote Let's Get Better, A Memoir of Meniere's

Yes. There is a book on Amazon Meniere Man: Let's Get Better, A Memoir of Meniere's Disease. Written by a guy who was diagnosed with Meniere's Disease at the age of forty-six, at the height of his professional career. His full recovery (apart from some hearing loss in the affected ear) defies the initial prognosis by his specialists.
He shares a motivational plan, diet, fitness, vitamins that "got him out of bed and into an active life". Today he is well. Yet, he had no vestibular surgery and does not take any form of medication. He is physically active, he learned to snowboards, ski, windsurf,weight train and core balance train, within the first two years of being diagnosed. He explains in the book how he achieved the seemingly impossible an recovered his balance and reduced vertigo attacks. Today, he is a painter, writer and exihibiting artist and continues to practise and teach the art of healing meditation.
In the book he gives his philosophy. "If you're putting your life on hold, while you wait and hope to get well. Don't! You simply can't wait until you feel well to start working towards better health." The book is Memoir Part one and positive strategies for wellness, reducing Meniere symptoms and attacks and recovering a sense of balance in life again.
You can search inside the book on Amazon.com ISBN 978-0-9556509-4-9
Hope that helps.
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