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Meniere's Disease is an inner ear disorder that causes one to experience periods of vertigo, dizziness, nausea, ear pressure and tinnitus. It is a chronic condition and often leaves you feeling exhausted.

A typical attack of Meniere's Disease may be preceded by ear pressure, (a feeling of fullness in the ears) or aching in one or both ears. Hearing fluctuation and loud tinnitus noises may also precede an attack.

This page contains the following Meniere's Disease information:

Meniere's disease Causes
Vertigo and Meniere's disease
Meniere's Disease Treatments
Ingredients Used For Meniere's Disease Remedies
How do I take the Meniere's Disease remedies
Buy Meniere's Disease remedies
Meniere's Disease Dietary Suggestions
Tips for following a low salt diet
The sodium content of common foods
Drug considerations with Meniere's Disease
Homeopathy

A Meniere's Disease attack generally involves severe:

  • vertigo (head spinning and dizziness)
  • imbalance
  • nausea and
  • vomiting


The average Meniere's Disease attack lasts two to four hours. After a severe attack, most people find that they are extremely exhausted and must sleep for several hours. 

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  • Clusters of Meniere's Disease Episodes

  • Some people experience Meniere's Disease episodes which occur in clusters. Several Meniere's Disease attacks can occur within a short period of time. In other cases, weeks, months, or even years may pass between episodes of Meniere's Disease.

  • Most Meniere's Disease sufferers are generally free from the systems between the acute attacks, experiencing only mild imbalance.
  • Unfortunately the tinnitus is always there between the bouts of Meniere's Disease.


Meniere's Disease Causes

The fluid-filled hearing and balance structures of the inner ear normally function independent of the body's overall fluid / blood system.

In a normal inner ear, this fluid is maintained at a constant volume and contains specific concentrations of sodium, potassium, chloride, and other electrolytes. This fluid bathes the sensory cells of the inner ear and allows them to function normally.

When injury or degeneration of the inner ear structures occur, independent control may be lost, and the volume and concentration of the inner ear fluid fluctuate with changes in the body's fluid / blood. 

Certain substances in your blood and other body fluids influence your inner ear fluid. For instance, when you eat foods that are high in salt or sugar, your blood level concentration of salt or sugar increases, and this, in turn, will affect the concentration of substances in your inner ear.

This fluctuation in the levels of trace elements in the fluid is what causes that feeling of ear pressure or fullness in the ears, tinnitus hearing loss, vertigo dizziness and imbalance.

Don't suffer with vertigo and dizziness

  • Vertigo is often described as "it feels as if the room is spinning"
  • Vertigo can be aggravated by head movement.
  • Dizziness, nausea and sometimes hot and cold spells are experienced when an attack of vertigo strikes.


Vertigo and Meniere's Disease

The vertigo spells or the room spinning and dizzy feeling you are experiencing is very often caused by a condition known as Meniere's Disease

Meniere's Disease sufferers typically experience episodes of vertigo, nausea, tinnitus, a feeling of fullness or pressure in the ear, and fluctuating hearing loss

An attack of Meniere's Disease may be preceded by fullness or aching in one or both ears. Hearing fluctuation and tinnitus (ringing or sounds in the ears) may also precede an attack.

A Meniere's Disease episode generally involves severe vertigo (head spinning and dizziness), imbalance, nausea, and vomiting.

The average vertigo attack normally lasts two to four need to sleep for several hours. 

In some people, the vertigo episodes may occur in clusters, that is, several vertigo attacks may occur within a short time. In other cases, weeks, months, or even years may pass between episodes of vertigo. Between the acute attacks, most people are free of symptoms or note only mild imbalance and tinnitus.

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Hi Ellen,

I have been taking the Meniere's Disease Remedies going on 180 days. I am almost out of the Vertigo ones.

My question is this. Can I keep taking these rememdies both of them or do I need to stop now.

It has helped my Meniere's symptons considerably. It has also eased the Tinnnitus as long as I adhere to the strict diet. I am so happy that it has worked. The pills do not stop the diease, but it changed the severity of the dizziness, nausea etc. that goes with the Meniere's.

I have only slight imbalance and the weather seems to add to this also.

A True Believer Now
Debbi Ramsey


**These results are not typical. Individual results will vary. These real testimonials do not represent the typical or ordinary experience of users. They are for demonstration purposes only and do not accurately capture the actual results you will experience. Your results may vary and you may need to use the product for a longer or shorter period of time. Each person's experience with T-Gone is different, which cannot be determined from these testimonials.

Meniere's Disease

Meniere's Disease is a chronic condition. The remedies for Meniere's Disease consist of two separate treatment remedies that should be taken in conjunction with each other for a period of at least 12 weeks.

How do the remedies work?

meniere's disease treatmentThe remedies are homeopathic preparations formulated to heal your body from within. As already mentioned, Meniere's disease is a chronic condition and controlling and beating it calls for a multi-faceted approach.

We have developed this very successful approach over many years of trial and error.

We use two remedies. The first is formulated to tackle the symptoms of nausea and vertigo commonly experienced by sufferers of Meniere's and the other remedy is our cochlea damage remedy which can relieve the tinnitus which normally will be present long after those feelings of dizziness, nausea and lightheadness have subsided.

The tinnitus associated with Meniere's is generaly the result of damage which occurs at the time of the main attacks and for this reason the cochlear damage remedy is used.

We also recommend that a special diet be followed in order to help control the trace element levels in the inner ear.

Ingredients used in the tinnitus & meniere's disease remedies
The ingredients used are a proprietary blend of natural ingredients that have been potentized homeopathically. * The remedies have no known side effects and will not interact with any conventional medications you may be taking.

Thiosinaminum - is a natural chemical that is derived from oil of the mustard seed and is excellent for ringing in the ear, noises in the ears.

Thiosinaminum may also be helpful in tinnitus when the cause is from fibrous, scar tissue. Helpful with otitis media and deafness due to some fibrous change in the nerve.

Carboneum Sulphuratum - is also referred to as Bisulphide of Carbon with a chemical formula of CS2. Carboneum Sulphuratum is a clear liquid which has a distintive odor and is obtained from chemists. CS2 is made into solution in alcohol and homeopathic potencies are made from this.

Carboneum Sulphuratum helps with impaired hearing, a sensation of fullness in the ears and noises in the head. Will help when the hearing is impaired with buzzing and singing noises like a harp.

Chininum Sulphuricum - Is indicated to help with buzzing, ringing, and roaring sounds that are loud enough to impair the person’s hearing.

Pulsatilla Vulgaris - Pulsatilla belongs to the Buttercup family of flowers, native to western, central and southern Europe. When potentized homeopathically Pulsatilla diminishes acuteness of hearing, and relieves inflammation the Eustachian tubes, also relieves ringing noises in the ears.

Cinchona Officinalis - Excellent in the relief of sensitivity to noise and tinnitus. Symptoms helped include ringing in the ears, humming, roaring, or ticking in the ears. Also be helpful with hearing problems.

Belladonna - Belladonna, more commonly known as deadly night-shade, Atropa belladonna , devil's cherries, devil's herb, divale, dwale, dwayberry, great morel, naughty man's cherries, and poison black cherry, is a perennial herb that has been valued for its medicinal properties for over five centuries. Is very helpful in treating giddiness, confusion, excitation, incoherent or violent behaviou, motion sickness and vertigo associated with Meniere's disease.

Calcarea Carbonica - Impure Calcium Carbonate. Ca C03. Including symptoms of Calcarea acetica, and Calcarea ostrearum, a trituration of the middle layer of oyster shells. Calc. Often used in homeopathy to treat symptoms of exhaustion, depression, and anxiety.

Phosphorus - This remedy is made from amorphous phosphorus and is used in homeopathy to treat symptoms of nervousness, anxiety, tension, low energy and anemia. Also headaches which are made worse by noise, especially music during acute illness, drowsiness or semi-consciousness.

Silicea - The source of this remedy is flint, which is primarily silica or silicon dioxide, one of the Tissue Salts. Silica is essential for growth and bone development, is present in connective tissue, and helps to keep cartilage flexible and skin permeable. Used extensively to control vertigo with nausea, fainting and also vertigo creeping up the spine into the head. Effective with chronic headache attended with nausea, and vomiting.

How do I take the Meniere's disease tinnitus remedies?

Dosage: The remedies are provided in a handy tablet form. Take two tablets of each remedy twice a day dissolved under the tongue in the morning and evening. You can dissolve the tablets in some water if you prefer.

Click to order sinus tinnitus remediesThere are no known side effects - the Meniere's disease remedies are completely safe to take and will not cause any side effects. They can also safely be taken in conjuntion with any normal prescription medications you might be taking.

The Meniere's Disease Remedies are manufactured according to the highest pharmaceutical standards in the US by an FDA approved facility in West Virginia which has been in operation since 1873.

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Meniere's Disease Dietary Suggestions

Diet For Meniere's Disease and Vertigo Dizziness

Certain substances in your blood and other body fluids influence the inner ear fluid. For instance, when you eat foods that are high in salt or sugar, your blood level concentration of salt or sugar increases, and this, in turn, will affect the concentration of substances in your inner ear.

People with certain balance disorders must control the amount of salt and sugar that is added to food. You must also become aware of the hidden salts and sugars that foods contain. Limiting or eliminating your use of caffeine and alcohol will also help to reduce symptoms of dizziness and ringing in the ears.

Dietary Goals For Meniere's Disease

The overall goal is to provide stable body fluid/blood levels so that secondary fluctuations in inner ear fluid can be avoided.

To achieve this goal, take the following steps:

  • Distribute your food and fluid intake evenly throughout the day and from day to day.
  • Eat approximately the same amount of food at each meal, and do not skip meals. If you eat snacks, have them at regular times.
  • Avoid taking in foods or fluids that have a high salt or sugar content. High salt or sugar levels in the diet result in fluctuations in the inner ear fluid pressure and may increase your meniere's Disease symptoms.
  • Try to aim for a diet high in fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, and low in canned, frozen, or processed foods.
  • Drink adequate amounts of fluid daily. This should include water, milk, and low-sugar fruit juices (for example, cranberry).
  • Coffee, tea, and soft drinks should not be counted as a part of this intake.
  • Try to anticipate fluid loss that will occur with exercise or heat, and replace these fluids before they are lost.
  • Avoid caffeine-containing fluids and foods (such as coffee, tea, and chocolate). Caffeine is a diuretic that causes excessive urinary loss of fluids.
  • Caffeine also has stimulant properties that could worsen the Meniere's Disease symptoms.
  • Limit or eliminate your alcohol intake. Alcohol can affect the inner ear directly, changing the volume and concentration of the inner ear fluid and increasing symptoms.
  • Avoid foods containing MSG (monosodium glutamate). This is often present in pre-packaged food products and in Chinese food. It may increase symptoms in some patients.

Low Salt (Sodium) Meniere's Disease Dietary Suggestions

Dietary information to help control vertigo, dizziness and nausea associated with Meniere's Disease

Intake of Dietary Salt (Sodium)

  • A normal salt diet - between 1100 - 3300 mg per day
  • A high salt diet - between 4000 - 6000 mg per day
  • Low salt diet - between 400 - 1000 mg per day


To maintain a low salt diet is not as easy as it at first may seem. To actually keep your dietary intake between 400 & 1000mg per will take a bit of work on your part but it will help enormously with those vertigo symptoms.

The aim here is to control total amount of salt you are ingesting each day.

You will need to be careful when eating restaurant food as this type of food is generally salted to quite a degree.

In order to properly maintain a low sodium diet, you will need to get into the habit of scrutinizing the labels and printed nutritional information on the food cartons.

Look out for the words SODIUM and/or SALT. This is one and the same thing.

Try to choose those products that have the lowest salt content, i.e products that will provide you with the lowest amount of salt based on the amount of that product eaten.

Beware products that are high in salt but seem to provide only low amounts of salt. Look at the amount of salt per serving portion, this will often give you a indication.

Try the following tips to maintain a low salt diet.

  • Don't use salt at the table.
  • Reduce the salt used in food preparation. Try 1/2 teaspoon when recipes call for 1 teaspoon. Cakes and desserts can often be prepared without adding salt.
  • Use herbs and spices for flavoring meats and vegetables instead of salt.
  • Avoid salty foods such as processed meat and fish, pickles, soy sauce, salted nuts, chips and other snack foods.
  • Check every "Nutritional Information" label before you buy or use a product. Note sodium and portion size information.


Your body has systems in place which can very accurately regulate body sodium levels.

What you are trying to with a low salt diet is to force the body's system towards the lower end of its range, but not pushing it to the limit when body sodium falls as a result of this diet.

Please note that the low-salt diet if taken to extremes can have adverse consequences. If your dizziness and vertigo continue, don't keep on decreasing your sodium intake.

The sodium levels you are aiming at should have been determined in consultation with your doctor. These levels should be maintained and lower levels should only be contemplated if your doctor or nutritionist has be consulted.


The sodium content of some common foods

These values are a guide for your information only and are in units of mg of sodium per 100g per portion of food. (3,5 oz) Remember to check the nutritional values of the food you are buying or eating on the product packaging.

Apple, raw unpeeled 1
Apple juice, bottled 1
Applesauce, sweetened 2
Asparagus, cooked 1 (regular canned 236)
Avocado 4
Bacon, cooked 1021
Bacon, canadian 2500
Baking powder 11,000
Banana 1
Barly, pearled 3
Beans, Lima 1 (regular canned 236)
Beans, snap green, cooked 4 (regular canned 236)
Beans, white common, cooked 7
Beans, canned with pork and tomato sauce 463
Bean sprouts, cooked 4
Beef, roasted broiled or stewed 60
Beef, corned 1,740
Beef hash, canned 540
Beef, dried 4,300
Beef hamburger 47
Beef pie or stew, commercial 400
Beets, cooked 43 (regular canned 236)
Beverages, beer 7
Beverages, liquor 1 (avoid margaritas with salt!)
Beverages, wine 5
Beverage, soda 0 to 100 (check can)
Beverage, fruit drink 0
Beverage, water 0
Biscuits 630
Blackberries 1
Bluefish, cooked 104
Bouillon cubes 24,000
Bread 300 to 500
Broccoli, cooked 10
Brussels sprouts, cooked 10
Butter, salted 826 (unsalted - less than 10)
Cabbage 20
Cakes 100 to 300
Candy, caramels, fudge 200
Candy, hard, marshmallow, peanut brittle 30
Cantaloupe 12
Carrots 40 (regular canned 236)
Cashews, unsalted 15
Cauliflower 10
Celery, raw 126 (cooked 88)
Cereals bran, wheat, crude 9
Cereals, commercial 700 to 1100
Cereal, Corn grits 1
Cereal, Cornmeal 1
Cereal, Farina, dry 2 (cooked salted or instant 160)
Cereal, Oatmeal, dry 2 (cooked salted 218)
Cereal, Rice flakes 987
Cereal, wheat flakes 1000
Cereal, wheat, puffed 4
Cereal, wheat, shredded 3
Cheese, cheddar 620
Cheese, processed 1189
Cheese, cottage 406
Cheese, cream 296
Cheese, Mozzarella 373
Cheese, Parmesan 1,862
Cheese, Swiss 260
Cherries, Raw 2
Chicken, cooked, without skin 60 to 80
Chicken pot pie, commercial 411
Chickpeas, dry 8
Chicory 7
Chili con carne, canned with beans 531
Chili powder with seasonings 1574
Chocolate, plain 4
Chocolate syrup 52
Clams, raw soft 36
Clams, hard, round 205
Cocoa, dry 6
Cocoa, processed 717
Coconut, fresh 23
Coffee, instant, dry 72
Coffee, beverage, 1
Collards, cooked 25
Cookies, Fig bars 252
Cookies, oatmeal 170
Cookies , plain 365
Corn, sweet, cooked 0 (regular canned 236)
Cowpeas, dry, cooked 8
Crabmeat, canned 1000
Crackers, Graham 670
Crackers, saltines 1,100
Cranberry juice or sauce 1
Cream 40
Cucumber 6
Dates 1
Doughnuts 500
Duck 74
Eggplant, cooked 1
Egg, whole, raw 74 (whites 152, yolk 49)
Endive, curly 14
Figs 2
Flounder 78
Flour 2
Fruit cocktail 5
Gelatin, dry 0 (sweetened, ready-to eat 51)
Grapefruit, fresh, canned or juice 1
Grapes 3
Haddock, raw 61 (battered 177)
Heart, beef 86
Herring 74
Honey 5
Honeydew melon 12
Ice cream, vanilla 87
Jams and preserves 12
Jellies 17
Kale, cooked 43
Lamb, lean 70
Lard 0
Lasagna 490
Lemon, juice or fresh 1
Lettuce 9
Lime, fresh or juice 1
Liver, beef 184
Liver, pork 111
Lobster 210
Macaroni, dry 2 (commercial with cheese 543)
Margarine 987
Milk 50
Milk, buttermilk 130
Milk, evaporated 106
Milk, dried 549
Molasses, light 15 (Dark 96)
Muffins, plain 441
Mushrooms 14 (canned 400)
Mustard, prepared yellow 1,252
Mustard greens 18
Nectarine 6
Noodles, dry 5
Nuts, in shell 1 (processed nuts may contain high amounts of salt)
Oil, corn 0
Okra, 2
Olives, green 2,400
Onions, green 5 (mature 10)
Orange peeled, juice, canned or juice 1
Oysters, raw 73
Pancakes 425
Papayas, raw 3
Parsley 45
Parsnips, cooked 8
Peaches 2
Peanuts, roasted 5 (salted 418)
Peanut butter 607
Pears 2
Peas, cooked 2 (regular canned 236)
Peas, dried 40
Pecans, shelled 0
Peppers, green 13
Perch 79
Pickles, dill 1,428
Pickles, relish, sweet 712
Pie 250 to 450
Pie crust, baked 617
Pike, walleye 51
Pineapple, raw or canned 1
Pizza, cheese 702
Plums 2
Popcorn, salted with oil 1,940
Pork 65
Pork, cured ham 930
Pork canned ham 1,100
Potatoes, baked, boiled or french fried 2 to 6
Potatoes, mashed salted 331
Potato chips, up to 1000
Pretzels 1680
Prunes 4
Pumpkin, canned 2
Radishes 18
Raisins, dried 27
Raspberries 1
Rhubarb 2
Rice, dry 5 (cooked salted 374)
Rolls, bread or sweet 400 to 550
Rutabagas 4
Rye wafers 882
Salad dressing 700 to 1300
Salmon 64 (canned 387)
Sardines, canned 400
Sauerkraut 747
Sausage, pork 958
Sausage, Frankfurter 1,100
Sausage, Bologna 1,300
Scallops, 265
Shrimp 150
Soup, canned 350 to 450
Spaghetti, dry 2
Spaghetti with meatballs, canned 488
Spinach, raw 71 (cooked 50)
Squash 1
Strawberries 1
Sugar, white 1 (brown 30)
Sunflower seeds 30
Sweet potatoes 12
Syrup 68
Tapioca, dry 3
Tomato 3 (canned 130)
Tomato ketchup 1,042
Tomato juice, canned 200
Tongue, beef 61
Tuna in oil 800
Turkey, 82
Turnips 34
Veal 80
Vinegar 1
Waffles 475
Walnuts 3
Watermelon 1
Wheat germ 827
Yeast, compressed 16 (dry , active 52)
Yogurt 4

Drug Considerations - These can increase tinnitus and vertigo and dizziness.

Avoid aspirin and medications that contain aspirin.

Avoid all medications containing caffeine.

Pay attention to the content of all over-the-counter medications as well as drugs prescribed by physicians for other problems. Some drugs may increase your symptoms.

Avoid cigarettes. The nicotine present in cigarettes constricts blood vessels and will decrease the blood supply to the inner ear, making your Meniere's Disease symptoms worse.

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*These results not typical. Individual results will vary. Your results may vary and you may need to use the product for a longer or shorter period of time. Each person's experience with T-Gone is different, which cannot be determined from these testimonials.

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