Some Possible Causes of
Meniere's Disease and the Effects The Symptoms May Have on You?
that the possible causes of Meniere's Disease are not what most people look
for initially. Nothing happens in our bodies without a cause and that cause
now has an effect - a symptom. We see this in nature constantly. We also
expect it to happen when we do things. Most of us do not do things just for
the exercise. There is always an expectation of a different outcome.
Get in the habit of asking yourself “is this one of the
causes of Meniere's disease, or an effect / result”.
Meniere's Disease symptoms are effects / results of an obvious or
underlying, often unsuspecting cause. As you explore this idea more, you
will realize that if you don’t like an effect, by analyzing the Meniere's
disease symptoms you may be able to find your
causes of Meniere's disease and deal with them.
Low Blood Pressure,
Salt and Potassium could be
symptoms, or causes.
you mix flour and water (cause), you get a paste (effect) and you expect to
get paste. If you give water to a drying plant, you expect it to perk up.
Conversely, if you don’t water the drying plant, you do not expect it to
perk up, but know it will keep deteriorating. If you put your finger on a
hot stove element (cause), you get a burn (effect/result/outcome). You know
that if you want to eat corn, someone has had to plant the corn seed (cause)
before you can enjoy the corn (effect/result).
If you want light (outcome / result/ effect) you can turn
on electricity or light a candle (cause). You could create your own
electricity (effect/result) by using a generator (cause) and it would create
It makes sense to plan for a “health” goal (cause) so the
outcome will be a healthy body (effect / result).
Let’s look at our bodies. If we just leave them be, they
are always going to go back to a healthy state, providing they have been
given the appropriate “ingredients or environment”. This may take a bit of
time, but our bodies are genetically programmed to do that. We are not
talking about aging here, that is different.
We all age and our bodies slow down just as plants slow
down and eventually their normal life span is finished. Our bodies, too,
have a normal life span and if we don’t add “other ingredients” (that cause
degeneration), eventually we all die. Degeneration, though, is hastening the
speed at which this happens.
We are part of nature. We can’t alter any of this natural
process but we can learn what speeds up degeneration up and what we can do
to either not degenerate at all or do it as slowly and as consciously as
Let’s carry this into the medical field. In order to
“cause” (create or to restore health to) a healthy body you need to provide
the ingredients it needs to be or remain healthy. And we know so much of
that. It’s no longer a guessing game. We know scientifically what “things”
we need to stay alive. The “effect’ might be easier to understand if you
DON’T give it what it needs (i.e. withhold some of these ingredients or
provide ones that don’t meet these needs).
“Unhealth” will be the effect or outcome…or as it is
better known, “dis-ease”.
For our purposes, we need to understand how the causes of
Meniere's disease and the effects are related to
dizziness and balance problems (which may be why Meniere’s Disease is
also called Vertigo Disease or Endolymphatic Hydrops) …and you will hear
this an awful lot, but I wanted to make sure you understand that this is a
natural law of nature. And it can’t be altered. So I would encourage you to
pay attention to any results you achieve. Know they have or had a cause to
get to this stage.
The connection of cause and effect is vital to your
understanding the causes of Meniere's disease.
When you study our “observations”, one or more of these
will turn out to be causes for someone. And because this is information on
dizziness, vertigo (vertigo disease), balance and hearing issues, you know
the underlying causes would now be impacting one or both or one of these
nerves: vestibular (balance) and /or auditory (hearing).
There will never be a complete list of the causes of
Meniere's disease. Our lives are so diversified so our bodies react uniquely
to similar causes.. However, in relation to the effects or results, the
symptoms will reflect hearing or balance symptoms, always depending on the
intensity of the cause.
Knowledge and critical thinking are crucial to
understanding Meniere's disease, your wellbeing in general, as well as every
other part of life. And please don’t ever assume you have all the answers or
The causes of Meniere's disease and the effects by
themselves are neither good nor bad. They “just are”. Let me give you an
example using heat and cold. In winter I assume you want heat, but in summer
you want cold. You do not plan to add to the heat in the summer…. or the
cold in the winter. So heat is used at the appropriate time. You know when
that is. This is using knowledge of “cause and effect” to help you live
What is also interesting is that we look for and accept
positive results as our right and don’t appreciate them very much. It’s when
we get negative or painful effects that we get upset. But you can only
identify negative outcomes if you can find the underlying causes of
Meniere's disease and plan to fix them.
If we go back to the “heat” example, you would want to
know why the furnace has come on in the summertime. But more importantly,
you would surely want to know where the heat is in the cold of winter:
“cause and effect” at work.
When you study our observations about the causes of
Meniere's disease, you will scan the questions and quickly eliminate 99% of
them. Now you use the cause and effect principle consciously and
One last point,
sometimes it’s hard to realize that that Meniere's disease symptoms happen
in ways you do not expect with products you use habitually. For example,
imagine you have been using a certain acne cream or blood pressure drug for
ages. Everything is fine. Suddenly you develop some unpleasant symptoms.
manufacturer could have changed ingredients
- The druggist
may have changed manufacturers
- You may be
using a different brand of the same type of product
Now you have
created an entire new product, very innocently. Who would suspect this
slight shift could be problematic? No one. This happens a lot…. so knowing
the relationship between “cause and effect” can really help you to be in
control of your questions.
You might also be interested in this page which goes into
more detail on Meniere's disease.
By Karin Henderson - Nurse, Retired.
If you want to know what We have been recommending to people
for their possible causes of Meniere's Disease,
please click here. This
is the same program that David, Michael and numerous others have been using
for many years with great success.