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Meniere's Disease Articles and Information We Added in 2010



April 13th, 2010


How salt “works” and how to use this knowledge to your advantage.

Salt “Applications”; we know it is used to change the flavor of foods: hence we eat it. That is how salt goes INTO our bodies. It can also come on the skin if you walk close to salt water. Or you can inhale it (sea water). There is dries out the tissue. As you would have already read, salt is in the fluid part of the body. (Potassium is in the cell normally)

One very frequent use of this concept in treatments (drugs/chemicals) is to “dry up” problems that arise on the outside as well as the inside of your body. This could include sinus treatments. (Keep in mind that sinus tissue is a cleaning apparatus to prevent unwanted “elements“ coming into your respiratory /breathing system.)


March 27th, 2010


How Salt and Potassium Work and Where They Are Found.

In this article we work through sodium: why we need it, its normal values, the results of too much or too little, and how to correct it. Why we need it: it helps nerve and muscle functions. It also helps to keep the right balance of fluids in your body. Your kidneys control how much sodium is in your body. If you have too much and your kidneys can't get rid it, sodium builds up in your blood. This can lead to hypertension (high blood pressure). High blood pressure can lead to other health problems.


March 19th, 2010


Salt / Sodium and Potassium: Connections To Meniere’s (Balance & Hearing) Symptoms
Salt is seen by the general public as table salt. In fact it becomes sodium chloride. However when a medical practitioner speaks about salt, they are often thinking about sodium, but recognize that their patient is most likely thinking about table salt: a bit confusing.



New Section Potassium, Salt and Sodium: How Do They Relate to Meniere’s Disease symptoms?
We use the word “balance” often in our correspondence with Meniere’s sufferers and their families. One of my major frustrations relates to the limited explanations people get when seeking help for their symptoms. The idea that the body is completely connected: head to toe, is very frequently denied. In the following information, I refer not only to salt and potassium in relation to inner ear issues:  I also want to demonstrate a broader application of this word. I want to refer to the interrelationship of all parts of our bodies, and our “world”.  We “live” or reflect nature in all aspects of our lives: we can learn many lessons from it. We can work with this or against nature. We have the choice.



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