Meniere's disease is a disorder of the inner ear which is among the most common causes of dizziness.
Symptoms include episodic rotational vertigo (attacks of a sensation of rotation), hearing loss, tinnitus (a roaring, buzzing or ringing sound in the ear), and a sensation of fullness in the affected ear. Tinnitus and fullness of the ear in May and from changes in hearing, occur during or just before attacks, or be constant.
The American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation offers these suggestions for Meniere patients:
A diet low in salt and a diuretic in May reduce the frequency of seizures in some people. While taking a diuretic, it should limit the intake of salt and be sure to take the medication as prescribed.
Anti-vertigo and nausea drugs May provide temporary relief.
Avoid caffeine, smoking and alcohol.
Get regular sleep and eat properly.
Remain physically active, but avoid excessive fatigue. Try to reduce stress, which in May aggravate vertigo and tinnitus.
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