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Information on Meniere's Disease

Notes, Nutrients, Herbs/Supplements, and Advice

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Meniere's Disease


Meniere's Disease affects the inner ear and is evidenced by tinnitus (buzzing or ringing of the ears), dizziness or vertigo, imbalance, hearing loss, or pressure. It may be linked to swollen chambers in the inner ear.


  • Eat a low carbohydrate and high protein diet with this disorder most people have a high blood insulin level, which weakens circulation.
  • If the disease is taking away your daily life you may need to consider surgery.
  • Prescription drugs are most often used in fighting vertigo and nausea.
Helpful nutrients for this condition.

Importance: Very High
Comments: Lack of manganese may contribute to this disease.

Importance: High
Comments: Balances level of blood sugar.

Coenzyme Q10
Importance: High
Comments: Enhances circulation.

Vitamin B3 (niacin)
Importance: High
Comments: Enhance circulation. May use part niacinamide if niacin flush is bothersome. Caution: Those who suffer from gout, liver disorder, or high blood pressure should not take niacin.

Vitamin B complex
Importance: Moderate
Comments: Enhances nervous system function. High-stress formula is recommended.

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
Importance: Moderate
Comments: Decreases fluid retention.

Vitamin C
Importance: Moderate
Comments: Enhances immune system. Esterified or buffered form is recommended.

Helpful herbs and supplements for this condition.

Butcher's Broom
Type: Internal
Purposes: Fights retaining fluid and increases circulation.

Type: Internal
Purposes: Aids with nausea

Ginkgo biloba
Type: Internal
Purposes: Improves circulation to the brain
Dosage: Take in capsule or tablet form.

St. John's Wort
Type: Internal
Purposes: Eases depression and stress


  • For 2 weeks you need to try a hypoglycemic diet.
  • Omit salt sugar, MSG, Alcohol, fried foods, fats, and caffeine.
  • Reduce stress.