Meniere's Disease Articles and Information We Added in
September 18th, 2009
July 25th, 2009
Histamine, Antihistamine and Allergy Information and Resources: What
They Are, How They Work and How They
Relate To Meniere’s Disease Symptoms
why worry about histamine? You have heard the term "antihistamine" (it means
"against histamine") very frequently. A great deal of time and energy are
spent trying to control it. Why? Because in large quantities it can cause a
lot of problems such as edema (swelling) heart failure and even,
understand even a little of how it gets "raised or activated" you will
respect its nature and its actions. Most of us fear it, but in reality, it
is a very major important protective mechanism of your body. So this section
on histamine and Meniere's Disease is a part of an overall view devoted to
allergies and reactions and how they may relate to
section on histamine and how it relates to
Meniere's Disease contains many
links to safe sites and a lot of objective information. But know that the
information is written in very simplistic terms. I want to make this
information easy to understand. I feel if you understand something, you
won't shy away from it, but rather use it comfortably.
March 13, 2009
How to Take A Proper Blood Pressure Reading
Are you affected by either high
pressure or low blood pressure? Do you think it might be related to
Meniere's disease? Here is the proper way to take your blood pressure. There
are several easy, quick ways to do this on a regular basis. The pharmacy
machines are fine and reliable, but there are a some ground rules.
March 05, 2009
Blood Pressure and Meniere's Disease
We have put
this new section together because we get a lot of questions about the
relationship between blood pressure and Meniere's Disease. We hope
that the articles and information we have collected here help you to
understand this connection better.
January 14, 2009
Sinus Medications for Meniere's Disease Helping You or Hurting You?
It’s normal for people to treat sinus problems with all sorts of remedies:
drugs, sprays, and other treatments, including saline (salt) washes. The
point is that you want to get rid of the symptoms. If you choose to use
sprays or drugs, you should be aware of a “dark side” to this treatment and
it is the results of something you do with the best of intentions. The dark
side is a term called “rebound”.
We also believe that over the counter medications aren't really medications.
So you rationalize that there is no harm in taking them...and as they are
harmless, but work well,
taking more isn't a problem...Right? Wrong! Taking more could do one or two
things: make the situation worse or make the whole effort useless. At this
point I am speaking mainly about nasal decongestants and allergy products.
These are products to help you breathe better when your nose and eyes are
irritated and you just can't stand it any longer. So you reach for the
sprays or the tablets.
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