Meniere’s disease is a condition of the inner ear that is known for the following:
- Vertigo – a false sensation of movement
- Tinnitus – ringing in the ears
- Temporary hearing loss that may become permanent if not cared for
- Nausea and possible vomiting
Most people who are diagnosed with Meniere’s disease are between the age of 20 and 50. A Meniere’s episode can last for 20 minutes or up to 4 hours.
The specific reason that people get Meniere’s is still yet to be fully discovered and agreed upon. There is one fact that researchers do agree upon and that is that it associated with the vestibulocochlear nerve and a fluid build-up within the inner ear. This area of the body is part of the system responsible for balance and providing information to the brain regarding the body’s location in its environment.
The Best Way to Deal with Meniere’s Disease
The general treatment protocol for Meniere’s symptoms by most medical doctors is to prescribe a drug or suggest an over-the-counter option. The problem with this route is that it does address what is causing the condition, which in many cases lies just below the head. The role of the bones of the upper neck is to protect the brainstem. When a misalignment happens to this part of the spine, it can put stress on the brainstem, causing it to malfunction. This disrupts normal communication between the brain and body, and it also hinders proper blood flow to the brain and ears.
At Advanced Spinal Care, we give our attention to ensuring the C1 and C2 vertebrae are in proper alignment and functioning optimally. When we find that there is an issue with the alignment, we apply a gentle method that returns them back into place naturally, avoiding the type of force that causes popping or twisting of the spine. Our method allows the bones to realign in such a way that the spine maintains the correction for longer, giving the body more time to repair the damage done by the misalignment and to eventually hold the correction continuously.Studies conducted involving Meniere’s patients have shown that a spinal adjustment of this kind provides an alleviation of symptoms in as little as one adjustment for some patients. Many patients experience an improvement in their Meniere’s symptoms, particularly of vertigo.
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