Meniere’s Disease Home Remedies

Meniere’s disease is a condition of the inner ear. It affects the balance mechanism of the body and also the hearing ability. Meniere’s disease patients have a limited choice in treatment options. As a result, more and more people are turning towards natural remedies or home remedies for getting relief from the symptoms of Meniere’s disease.

Meniere’s Disease Home Remedies

Meniere’s Disease Home Remedies

Given below, are the five most commonly used natural or home remedies for Meniere’s disease, that have been showing a considerable improvement in Meniere’s disease sufferers, as seen in a case study.

Having A Low Sodium Diet

A low sodium diet is an excellent home remedy for Meniere’s disease. Physicians believe that a low sodium diet helps the patients with Meniere’s disease in a similar way as diuretics. The main difference being, diuretics help in expelling the stored fluids out of the body, whereas a low sodium diet stops the retention of fluid in body in the first place. However, this type of diet may lead to dehydration if one doesn’t drink enough water through the day. The benefit of this diet is that it may help in reducing the amount of fluid in the ears, which may in turn show a significant improvement in symptoms of Meniere’s disease.

Dietary Changes

Limiting the intake of carbs can prove to be beneficial for the patients of Meniere’s disease and it is a good home remedy. Conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes may have a considerable impact on symptoms of Meniere’s disease. It is therefore necessary to keep these conditions in check. This can be achieved by following a low carb diet, as carbs tend to convert in sugar, thereby worsening these conditions and exerting an effect on Meniere’s disease symptoms.

Say No To Processed Foods. Processed foods usually contain MSGs, which are as bad for the body as sugar is. According to some studies, processed foods make Meniere’s disease symptoms worse.

Reduction In Consumption Of Inflammatory Foods. If you suffer from some food allergies or are sensitive to some foods, be sure to avoid these foods in your diet. Allergens can trigger an inflammatory response in the body and can aggravate the symptoms of Meniere’s disease. Foods like dairy products and refined or processed foods can trigger such an inflammatory response in the body.

Stay Properly Hydrated

When it is said that fluid retention can make Meniere’s disease worse, then why are you supposed to drink more water in Meniere’s disease? Water helps in removing toxins from the body. It also removes excess amounts of salts and other substances from the body. Also, if you are suffering from conditions like hypertension and are taking diuretics, or you are on a low.salt diet, you will need to increase your water intake or else you are bound to get dehydrated. Dehydration will only worsen your symptoms of Meniere’s disease and especially vertigo.

Stress Management

It is known that stress makes any condition worse. Meniere’s disease is no exception to this. It is seen that stress aggravates Meniere’s symptoms. You may not avoid all the stress, but you can manage it to some extent. Stress management can lead to less of the condition. You can cope up with the stress with the help of different methods like taking up a hobby you like, discussing matters of concern with friends, doing some meditation or even some simple stretching. Use of alcohol or smoking for stress relief will not help and will only aggravate the symptoms as both nicotine and alcohol are potential triggers of symptoms.

Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care is a good home remedy for Meniere’s disease. Chiropractic technique is showing some improvement in Meniere’s disease. This technique focuses mainly on the C1 and C2, the top two bones of your spine. The misalignment in these bones may cause drainage issues in the ears.

Meniere’s disease is a debilitating condition which has a specific or unique combination of symptoms. Meniere’s disease has no cure. Various treatments can show a significant improvement in the severity and frequency of the symptoms.

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Written, Edited or Reviewed By: Team PainAssist, Pain Assist Inc. This article does not provide medical advice. See disclaimer
Last Modified On:December 17, 2021

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