Meniere's Disease Articles and Information We Added in
November 28th, 2011
Chemical Reactions and Meniere's Disease
Symptoms - Could There Be Any Connection?
It is important to realize that your body already has a
preset chemical structure. When you make a decision to take any chemical
(ANY chemical), you are doing it to change this chemical structure: to feel
differently. You may choose to do this yourself or have a health
professional advise you on what might be, in their judgment, the best way to
create a different feeling. You are seeking a different outcome. You may do
this consciously knowing you may have some side effects. Or you may do this
completely unaware that side effects might be an issue. But the body always
reacts to chemicals going into it or onto it. That is the entire purpose of
March 11th, 2011
Meniere's Disease: Cause and Effect
Please understand that
Meniere's Disease symptoms do not
happen in our bodies without a cause and an effect. Conversely, every
effect always has some underlying cause: one or more.
This is another phase of awareness. Get in the habit of asking yourself
“is this a cause 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 symptoms you may be able to find
the cause and deal with them.
Low Blood Pressure,
Salt and Potassium
could both be causes, or symptoms of Meniere's Disease.
For our purposes, we need to understand how cause and effect are related
to hearing, vertigo,
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.
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