Be aware that screen time can trigger vertigo attacks and dizziness. So it would be advisable to read one or two pages on this site or articles at a time then take a rest.
Don't forget to bookmark this site. There are regular updates and new articles all aimed at helping you.
Better still, download the Meniere's Help books and read all the information in an ordered, structured fashion.
The main focus of this site has always been to give you positive evidence based information and support in controlling and ridding yourself of your symptoms.
After 16 years supporting Meniere's sufferers and over 12 years of extensive research and study into triggers and underlying causes, we can now categorically say that nobody has to live with this debilitating condition.
Never let anyone tell you that there is nothing more that can be done, learn to live with it or it is all in your head.
Your symptoms are very real and there are very real underlying causes and reasons you are experiencing such horrendous symptoms.
When you are diagnosed with Meniere's, what that means in reality is you have a set of symptoms, three of which are usually considered by mainstream medicine to include the classic triad of fluctuating hearing loss, dizziness and tinnitus.
After a set of tests to rule out more sinister things such as a tumor and confirm things like hearing loss it is then declared to be "Meniere's", which is basically saying you have a set of symptoms and we don't know why.
That is effectively consigning you to a can't be solved file. Is "Take your drugs and learn to live with it" unacceptable to you?
In modern medical practice on the whole, the focus is to treat symptoms rather than investigate the underlying cause and eliminate it.
Are you going to passively accept the dogma that you can only treat your symptoms with drugs and accept you have to live with it?
Or are you going to learn to live without it?
And make no mistake you can overcome Meniere's.
To think anything else is an outdated opinion based on lack of knowledge.
This can be done, it has been done and is being done all the time. The bottom line is, you DO NOT have to live with Meniere's.