Meniere’s Syndrome

There are literally hundreds of problems that could be included under Specific System Breakdowns. However, the purpose of this book is not to document them all – even if this was possible. My message is to highlight the indisputable fact that, basically they are ALL caused (genetic Inheritance aside) by our toxic environment and toxic and nutrient depleted food and water chain; and that we can do something about it – simply.

Please think about this: If the substances that nourish, support, build and repair us are heavily contaminated, how can we not also be contaminated? I have previously stated that millions of us are walking time bombs, waiting to explode. Thousands of men, women and worst of all, children, are exploding every single minute, every hour, day, month and year. Please don’t be one of them. Take action now.

Meniere’s syndrome is a particularly distressing condition characterized by dizziness, a loud ringing or throbbing in the ears and sometimes vomiting. There are drugs to treat this condition and of course they only address the symptoms and cause unpleasant side effects. Many instances of Meniere’s syndrome can be cured by the simple addition of vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) and sodium to the diet. This condition and some forms of *glaucoma can be caused by an adrenal gland problem. When the adrenal glands become exhausted through stress and/or nutritional deficiencies (particularly vitamin B5) they fail to control the correct sodium and potassium balance, via the kidneys. A great deal of sodium is therefore lost in the urine. Due to this, excessive fluids are then allowed to collect in the tissues. This creates excessive pressure and at a certain focal point, such as in the ears, it will be experienced as hissing, rushing, throbbing or a similar type of noise.

By supplementing the diet with a B-complex formula, a gram of B5 and a small pinch of sodium (natural salt) three times daily, the problem in many instances will be solved or at the least, significantly improved. The cause of the adrenal insufficiency must then be determined.

Notes: There are various other factors that are implicated in Meniere’s Syndrome. Among these are carbohydrate metabolism problems, high cholesterol levels, poor circulation and low blood sugar.

*A type of glaucoma can be caused by excessive tissue fluid pressure, pushing the lens of the eye forward and the optic nerve back, distorting vision.

Author: Life Enthusiast