Vertigo Remedies

Last Modified on Nov 18, 2014


Spinning Yoga Exercise   1  0   

Posted by Annie (Durban, South Africa) on 10/18/2009

[YEA]  Vertigo and Meniere's Disease Exercise

My Mom recently suffered with a chronic bout of severe DIZZINESS which her GP put down to VERTIGO, & prescribed some antihistamines. Unfortunately, these only brought temporarily relief for about 3hrs at a time, and she wasn't prepared to spend the rest of her life taking them.

She then learned of an EASY exercise from a Yoga teacher in her neighbourhood & it worked immediately ~ although she repeats it at least twice daily, just to ensure that the dreadful dizziness doesn't return.

Whilst standing, turn on the spot 10 times (10 rotations) to the LEFT, stop & turn only ONCE (1 rotation) to the RIGHT! VOILA! It's that simple.

Should anyone try this, please offer feedback so that others can both try & share it. :)

With love & LIGHT from Durban ~ SA.

Posted by Janice
Coloma, Mi
10/18/2009
I just tried the "spinning" exercise. You have to be careful because I got dizzy and lost my balance a few times. I'm going to keep it up and I'll let everyone know if it helps. I have been experiencing dizziness but only when I'm lying down and get up. I'm fine during the day. The Dr. gave me some antihistimines also and said if they didn't work to let her know and she would make an appointment with the eye, ear, nose and throat dr. I was hoping it would just go away but it's been a few months now. I'm really hoping this spinning thing will work. Thanks for telling us about it.
Posted by T.k.
Standish, Mi
11/13/2009
Sounds like you are suffering from the same afflicition as me, BPV - Benign Positional Vertigo. It is due to crystals in your ear being out of place and the last time I had it I was cured instantly after bumping my head (quite hard) when standing up. This time I am taking a gentler approach and using the Brandt and Daroff exercises which you will have no problem finding on the internet. Hope this information helps.
Posted by Lisa
Tel Aviv, Israel
09/29/2012
Every so often I have a day or two of mild dizziness. Whenever I've done this exercise, it has put an immediate end to my dizziness. A big thumbs up!

Stop Drinking Caffeine   2  0   

Posted by Jay (helensvale GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA) on 07/26/2007

[YEA]  according to my specialist he told me that caffeine was one of the biggest causes of menieres disease(crystallizing of the ear canal)- I was a major sufferer of vertigo and menieres disease so I stopped drinking coffee straight away after about 1 week I never had another bout of dizziness and that was 6yrs ago to date I still don't drink coffee-- hope this helps rgds

Posted by Roy
Charlotte, Nc
08/19/2012
[YEA]   yep, I had it so bad that I could not walk. I was drinking about six to eight cups of coffee a day and so I quit ALL caffeine intake. About a week after I quit my vertigo attacks completely went away. Wish I had known this before I paid big $$$$ for an MRI and other tests.

Strawberries   1  0   

Posted by Rebecca (Fullerton, CA) on 08/26/2007

[YEA]  I have had problems with dizziness every year around the same time. I have it right now in fact. I just wanted to say that a few months ago I bought a natural cures book of some sort and it said that strawberries help vertigo. Yes, eating fresh strawberries. I don't know what truth there is to this but it definitely wouldn't hurt or how much it would take for it to work. Actually, according to http://nutrition.about.com/od/fruitsandvegetables/p/strawberries.htm, strawberries contain more vitamin C then orange juice. Who wants a strawberry shake? I might do that tomorrow for breakfast. Lots of fresh fruit with a cup of yogurt and some milk plus a little almond extract is YUM!

Swedish Bitters   1  0   

Posted by Mary (Los Angeles, Ca) on 04/19/2009

[YEA]  For about a month now I have been taking Swedish Bitters. For the last 2 years I have had vertigo and don't know if it had to do with a brain surgery I had 8 years ago. Since taking the Swedish Bitters I have been feeling so much better and the dizzy spells are leaving me. It got to the point where I was afraid to sleep because when I put my head down on the pillow the dizzy spells would hit so hard I couldn't tell if I was up or down it worried me that I could fall out of bed.

Go to your health food store and see if they carry the bitters. It can be a bit pricy 28.00 for a 16 oz bottle but this is already prepared. There are some webites you can go to that sell the herbs a lot cheaper them selves and they give you directions on how to take them. I have the pdf of the OLD MANUSCRIPT BY PARACELSUS THE INVENTOR OF SWEDISH BITTERS IN 1541 and can give it to Earth Clinic and see how they want to send it out or you can email me for it. It doesn't sell anythng it just tells you how to apply the bitters to different illnesses. Love, love, love Earthclinic it has helped me so much!

Mary

EC: More about Swedish Bitters: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swedish_bitters

Ted's Remedies   0  1   

Posted by Patrice (Nashua, Nh) on 05/19/2010

I am reading in the vertigo section re Ted's recommendations. Then I continue where people ask Ted questions to clarify his regimen but I do not see any responses. Dates are in Jan of this year... I also notice in other sections where people ask questions and very seldom do I see them addressed. Occasionally EC will step in, but that's about it. Is there an offline communication that is private answering? Thank you for clarifying this with me. patrice

EC: Hi Patrice,

Yes, true. We try and send most questions addressed to Ted via Skype, but he only answers a few questions each month. He did just answer a bunch of questions, which will be posted on the site shortly.

If you want an answer from Ted, best to keep bugging us (EC) and we'll bug Ted. We'll send him the questions again from this thread.

Posted by Crabby
Townsend, Delaware
05/20/2010
there are many different reasons for vertigo..one i had had was a fleck in gryoscope hairs in fluid in the ear.. the fleck keeps the hairs from flowing correctly ,,sending false imputs to the brain..

the cure is/was,, lay on back on bed.. head hanging off but neck supported neutral..then roll head to the right side for 10 seconds.. then back to neutral for 10 sec. .. then roll to left for 10 sec. .. then back to neutral.. it's hard to to do.. brain spinning at warp speed.. probably vomit. but hang in there.. what happens is by doing this clears the fleck .. like magic your good to go..

Posted by Zeninfinity
Santa Rosa, Ca, Usa
11/08/2011
3 Posts
What Crabby from Townsend is talking about The Epley Maneuver.

It is a great way to deal with a vertigo episode. I had a mild attack last week, did the Epley Maneuver and the room rocking back and forth stopped!

Here's a youtube video of this simple movement. I hope it works for you!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pa6t-Bpg494

Posted by Mia
(formerly Of Lyons, Ny), Ny
09/01/2012
9 Posts
I did the Epley Maneuver and WOW! Only had to do this once. My ears felt very full and I could not lay down or sit up from laying down without the room spinning and it was worse if I laid down on the right side, violent, nauseating spins. Immediately after doing this maneuver I was so nauseous that I vomited but during the maneuver I could feel a water liquid drain (from my ears presumably) into my sinuses. When I rose, the full feeling in my right ear was gone and I have not had another spell since.

I LOVE THIS SITE! Thank you so much for posting this!

Posted by Ted (Bangkok, Thailand) on 12/16/2009

Meniere's Disease:

This is the simplest possible cure for this condition. You should see a dramatic reduction in tinnitus, dizziness, vomiting in a matter of days. The cause is a virus, likely to be a herpes viruses. The condition attacks the area and when you first have it, you know when it started. The remedy to get most of the viruses killed is to take 1000 mg of vitamin C, followed by a 55 minute doses and take 1200 mg of lysine for a total of 6 doses on the first day. On the second day it's 1200 mg of lysine at 55 minute dose interval for a total of 4 doses. The third and fourth day is the same. To make sure it's completely gone, you try to take at least 1200 mg of lysine dose twice a day for the next 30 days, or longer. The point is, the very first week usually 90% is gone on the first week. The lysine is kept up at a fairly high level. For the more tougher cases, an aspirin 500 mg can be added along with the vitamin C on before starting on the daily doses of lysine. That means vitamin C 1000 mg plus aspirin 500 mg before starting the 6 doses of lysine on first day, 4 doses on second day, 4 doses on the third day, 4 doses on the fourth day. It's a four day remedy that usually kills most of the herpes out of the system. If it isn't out, the attacks will be far and between, instead of getting more frequent attacks with each coming year, until it becomes very debilitating. I managed to see a couple of cures, from this Meniere's disease. If there are tougher ones, there is alpha lipoic acid, zinc and alkalization to deal with it, as well as lemon bioflavonoid, piracetam, and the like. But it's likely to be lysine, vitamin C and aspirin in that order. I am presently investigating alpha lipoic acid in such use, but since herpes always goes away before I get a chance to start it, I haven't yet a chance to try it yet.

Thereafter the one month, I think a maintenace dose of just 1200 mg lysine should prevent most future attacks. If not increasing the dose to just twice a day should be sufficient.

Posted by Texas123
Fort Worth, Tx
01/06/2010
Ted, Can you tell me if this remedy works for vertigo caused by shingles?

Also, I am a little confused on the directions. On the first day do you take one dose of vitamin C, then every 55 minutes just the lysine (5 times)? Then on the second day, no vitamin C and just lysine every 55 minutes until all the doses have been taken? and so on?

Posted by Littledove
In The Sticks, Nevada
01/07/2010
Re: H2O2 in nebulizer - Ted can you please tell us some specifics on your nebulizer? I looked on eBay and I am not sure what type to buy. Thank you so much.
Posted by Rob
Manhattan, New York
01/11/2010
[NAY]   the lysine didn't work for me...though I only tried one day of it...but I could tell there was no relief of symptoms.. The high dose of lysine was a little hard on the body. I have suffered from this ailment for close to 9 years...very little vertigo, but fullness in ears, & back of neck..some jaw & face stiffness. I believe Ted is right, that it is a virus, but could be one of many.

A well respected Chinese doctor said it was a cold virus that had settled..I have yet to find anything that has come close to a cure. Some relief from simple diet and essential oils rubbed around the ear..no caffeine, sugars, and alcohol.

Posted by Rob
Manhattan, New York
01/13/2010
However, I did try Ted's Borax remedy. 1/4 tsp (20 Mule Brand) in a liter of water. I was rather hesitant, since there is a "contact physician immediately if ingested" warning on the side!.. I only drank a few ounces of the water mixture in the evening to see if there were any adverse reactions. (I thought this is crazy)

Last night I slept better than usual with open & free breathing...(I usually suffer from nocturnal asthma).. good dream recall. etc. I did drink a smoothy with Pycogenol and NAC (n-acetyl-cysteine) as well so it could be attributed to that. A little premature to know for sure..will follow up in a few weeks with more experience.

One thing for sure...this stuff really boosts laundry effectiveness. I had a sheet with what I thought after many washes, was permanent oil stains (from essential oils)...with Borax, it came out completely clean...I had to double check thinking I may have confused it with a newer sheet.

Posted by Rob
Manhattan, New York
01/16/2010
I chose to error on the side of caution & not continue with the borax remedy. I only had the one liter of solution (with 1/4 tsp) & drank it over a few days.

(The 1st night was positive, due or not due to it, the following nights not as good as the 1st though I did notice better dream recall. Some have reported kidney pain, which is worrisome..though this could be a coincidence or ??contaminants? or reaction? As with many of us, chronic conditions are what brought us here & we will opt to try almost anything with a hint of a cure..(mine could be a fungus condition)

Instead I will look into the supplement Boron, which was made for ingestion and try to figure out the equivalent to the 1/4 tsp Mule Brand (made for external use). I would feel safer experimenting with that.

Posted by D
Amsterdam, Holland
02/09/2010
[WARNING!]   Hi I tried Ted's lysine suggestion. I have suffered vertigo for over 2 years. I had shingles when i was 15 (now 38) and again it showed up about 6 weeks ago, after an outbreak of chicken pox at my son's school. I think this virus is in my system and is affecting me so I took Ted's remedy for 6x 1000mg lysine day 1 and 4 times 1000mg lysine for the next 4 days. I was so sick. I thought I was dying. I had a pounding headache, it woke me up at night, my vision seemed darkened, I was extra dizzy. It was horrible. When I stopped with the lysine the headache went my dizzyness calmed down. I had a rest from the lysine for 2 days then took it again. Just one pill 1000mg, again headache. I think this can be dangerous. Just a warning.
Posted by Laurie
Belleville, Ont
02/18/2010
9 Posts
Hello Ted You've always been so helpful in the past.

Could you please clarify the directions for the vitamin c and lysine solution??? I too am a little confused about the directions.

On the first day do you take one dose of 1000 mg vitamin C, then every 55 minutes just the lysine (5 times)?
Or do I take the 1000 mg vitamin C , Plus 1200mg lysine every 55 mins for a total of 6 doeses the first day
On the second day, no vitamin C and just lysine every 55 minutes for a total of 4 doses
3rd/4th days : The same as the 2nd day

I did find lysine today...but it only comes in a 500mg dosage. In your opinon would I take 1000mg or 1500mg instead of the 1200mg ????

OR have you come across a better solution you might share with us ????

Thank you for any clarification you provide

Posted by Cameron
Weaverville, North Carolina
06/26/2010
This is an updated modification to an earlier e-mail that I had sent to Earth Clinic. As Ted is from Thailand, there is a slight problem with his English mode of expression. A very careful reading will clarify his instructions. To benefit all, I have slightly modified his text, so as to clarify his instructions. If there are any doubts, please ask Ted to verify these modifications. Hope this is helpful. In good health. Cameron

TED'S REMEDIES
12/16/2009: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand writes: "Meniere's Disease:
This is the simplest possible cure for this condition. You should see a dramatic reduction in tinnitus, dizziness, vomiting in a matter of days. The cause is a virus, likely to be a herpes viruses. The condition attacks the area and when you first have it, you know when it started. The remedy to get most of the viruses killed is to take 1000 mg of vitamin C, followed in 55 minute, by a doses of1200 mg of lysine for a total of 6 doses on the first day. On the second day its 1200 mg of lysine at 55 minute dose interval for a total of 4 doses. The third and fourth day is the same. To make sure it's completely gone, you try to take at least 1200 mg of lysine dose twice a day for the next 30 days, or longer. The point is, the very first week usually 90% is gone. The lysine is kept up at a fairly high level. For the tougher cases, a 500 mg aspirin can be added along with the vitamin C, before starting on the daily doses of lysine. That means vitamin C 1000 mg plus 500 mg aspirin, before starting the 6 doses of lysine on first day, 4 doses on second day, 4 doses on the third day, 4 doses on the fourth day. It's a four day remedy that usually kills most of the herpes out of the system. If it isn't out, the attacks will be far and between, instead of getting more frequent attacks with each coming year, until it becomes very debilitating. I managed to see a couple of cures, from this Meniere's disease. If there are tougher ones, there is alpha lipoic acid, zinc and alkalization to deal with it, as well as lemon bioflavonoid, piracetam, and the like. But it's likely to be lysine, vitamin C and aspirin in that order. I am presently investigating alpha lipoic acid in such use, but since herpes always goes away before I get a chance to start the new test treatment, I haven't had a chance to try it yet.

After the above one month treatment, I think a daily maintenance dose of just 1200 mg lysine should prevent most future attacks. If not increasing the dose to just twice a day should be sufficient.

Posted by Lou
Tyler, Tx
09/05/2011
141 Posts
This is very weird. I had the severe neck pain, the blurred vision and dizziness. I went to the ER twice and no diagnosis. They checked me for a brain tumor and carbon monoxide poisoning. (I had gone to a cookout where they were cooking with charcoal near the house. ) We went to a frozen yogurt place (because I felt something cold would make me feel better). They had a new flavor--coconut! So, I got the coconut and put some fresh coconut on top. I ate it and my neck pain is gone as well as the dizziness for now. Could it have been something fungal in my thyroid? Or in my head? I am hyopthyroid, by the way.
Posted by Sharon
Wesley Chapel, Florida
11/29/2011
37 Posts
I have taken lysine to prevent cold sores for 30 years now. I did some research and found that I could take 1000 mg each of lysine and vit c every hour during severe attacks and it worked fast. I even found my severely sore throat subsiding within minutes of taking the first dose. By the next day, my sore throat was gone, and I was sure I had strep coming on because of the knives in the throat feeling. If you were feeling dizziness, it could be because of the subsiding of the fluid in your ears, causing a temporary condition of dizziness. One time, I had waited to get the lysine until l had a full attack of sore throat and a bad cold, and took a whole bottle of lysine and vit c just to get some relief, and needed another bottle to rid myself of it in a couple days with lots of rest. I certainly felt weak and dizzy then, but it was only due to the illness. cheers.
Posted by Ker
Hong Kong
05/02/2012
Hi Ted, Thank you for your great tips. I have suffered four years now with poor hearing on my left ear along with tinnitus and slight dizziness that never seem to go away. It all happened when one day I was struck by herpes shingle on my left side of my face. At first my complete left side of face was numb, at that point I thought it was permanent. After taking prescription from my doctor and together with acupuncture on my face, I slowly regained my feeling and now the sensitivity on my face is 100 percent regained. However my loss of hearing on my left ear, tinnitus, and slight dizziness has not gone away. Do you think your remedie for my situation is still worth a try? Or is it too late for me to do anything? I truly appreciate your response and is almost dying to find a cure. I am still living each day with dizziness.

Best regards, Ker

Posted by Cynde
Smyrna Tn Usa
11/18/2014
2 Posts
[YEA]   Ted's Remedy for Vertigo was right on point for me! I suffered for years with debilitating attacks that would happen without warning. Debilitating is not an exaggeration. I would become dizzy and within moments I would be vomiting profusely. My body would urgently empty my bowels. You can imagine how difficult it was to successfully sit on a toilet, vomit into a trash can all with my eyes squished shut in an attempt to block out the spin. Once I could safely get off the toilet I would lay on the bathroom floor and vomit until dry heaves came. Then my daughter would help me as I crawled to the car and be driven to the ER. There I would receive IV meds, Valium and phenergen, until the episode passed. Then I would continue meds at home for several days, living in a fog. Horrible. Nearly one year ago I followed Ted's recommendation. I took 1000mg of vitamin C ( Dr. Mercola's brand) and 1500 mg of lysine. 6x's in 55min increments the first day, 4x's the remaining days for 7 days. For the next 30 days I took 1000mg vitamin C and 1500mg lysine 2x per day. Now I take 1000mg vitamin C and 1500 lysine daily. I have not had a vertigo episode since. Thank you Ted!! Six months into the lysine treatments I started visits with a chiropractor. I truly believe the combination of Ted's remedy and ongoing quality chiropractic care have maintained my vertigo free life! Blessings

Tmd Diagnosis   1  0   

Posted by Rene (Memphis, TN) on 09/08/2008

[YEA]  For any of you who have been diagnosed with Meniere's Disease, please use a search engine right now to search for TMD and your symptoms (e.g. TMD and dizziness and tinnitus). I have had debilitating dizziness for literally 10 years and have seen many, many doctors and have had UNTOLD numbers of tests and procedures and taken who knows how many herbs, prescription medicines, and supplements and have followed any crazy diet I have heard of that might help. I even had surgery on my sinuses hoping for freedom from this terrible condition, but nothing worked. On this very site, I read about a lady who went to see a chiropractor for Meniere's symptoms and had good luck with it. This was the first time I'd read about that approach, so I immediately set up an appt with a chiropractor. He diagnosed me with TMD (many people call it "TMJ", but it is TMD for TM joint disorder) and has sent me to a TMD specialist for treatment. Not a regular dentist. A TMD specialist. He also told me to go home and search the internet for TMD to read about it, and I have found so many reports of people who had suffered for years, just like me, and saw tons of doctors and specialists, just like me, and finally actually got RESOLUTION and got their lives back when someone diagnosed them with and treated them for TMD. Doctors diagnose you with Meniere's Disease, and you find out it's incurable, and it feels so hopeless. This feels hopeFUL for me for the first time in years! I want all of you to feel hope, too!

Posted by JME
East Aurora, NY
03/16/2009
Wow... thank you Rene, thank you for your alert and comments that TMD may be the reason for 'Meniere's' Diagnosis. That may very well be what has happened with me, as I underwent a mandibular osteotomy in 1990. Thank you for giving me hope that I may find the 'cure' to this unsettling condition. I so hope this is it and I can fix it.
Posted by Cristina
Marion, Illinois
08/02/2011
Dear Rene from Memphis,

how have you responded so far to the "meniere's" symptoms from chiropractic adjustments ? I too, was diagnosed with Meniere's, but refuse to accept this, and am trying, chiropractic along with neuromuscular dentistry, I do have TMD.

I hope you are well and symptom free.

Thank you, cristina(at)cristinakell.com

Valium or Atarax   1  0   

Posted by John (Sydney, Australia) on 12/26/2007

[YEA]  I suffer from vertigo almost permanently. When I put my back out a month ago, I was prescribed Valium as treatment. I noticed the next day that the vertigo was virtually entirely gone. The Valium dose was 10mg and I have tried 5mg (before bedtime!) but it just doesnt have the same impact. Another medication discovered by accident that really helped is the anti-histamine Atarax which I was given by a Thai chemist to help sleep on the flight home. I took it the following night also and noticed the vertigo vanished but I put this down to the 'holiday' effect. lack of stress etc., other than the Atarax. A few weeks later I took Atarax to help sleep for 2 nights and again, the Vertigo was greatly diminished. Then I realised the connection and typed 'Atarax Vertigo' into Google and found it listed as helping in treating this annoying condition. The Ear,Nose Throat specialiast diagnosed me with Benign Prox. Vertigo on the left side and all he could suggest was the head movement exercises, which, quite frankly, make me feel a lot worse. Happy to answer questions.

Posted by T
Brooklyn, NY
03/11/2009
Latifah - vertigo is just a symptom of whatever underlying cause you're dealing with. Vertigo can be related to spinal injuries/trauma, inner ear infection/disorder, cranial issues, etc. One great way to treat vertigo is by making a ginger root tea. Ginger helps with both nausea and dizziness. I currently am dealing w/ an inner ear disorder and experience the type of vertigo/dizziness that makes me feel like I'm moving and not the room around me. To make the tea:

- Cut about an 1 inch of raw ginger root
- Slightly smash the root w/ a hard container (like a glass bottle), this helps to leech out the active ingredients
- Place 1 cup of water into a small pot (add ginger root to water)
- Bring to boil - after water boils, let simmer on low heat for about 5-8 mins.
- After the 5-8 mins, let it sit for 2-5 mins and then strain and drink.
- Add honey or agave for taste.

Hope this helps....and be strong becuz I know exactly how the vertigo can make u feel.

Posted by Latifah
Kuala Lumpur, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
03/11/2009
I suffered a very bad vertigo, every time I had an attack I could not even move my eyes. My husband tell me to close my eyes to avoid the spinning, but it did not work and made it even worst. I could not go to the salon to have my hair wash as the lying down make my head spin. Each attack could last as short as one day and as long as one month.I had lost 10 kilos of weight during an attack just over a period of one week, this is due to me wormitting every time my head get spinning. I realize the the sinus or just a little bit of liquid in the nose will trigger my vertigo. Blow my nose every now and then, it really makes my vertigo lesser. Still trying to find a better remedy
Posted by Deborah
Riverview, Fl
03/13/2009
You may have BPPV. Google BPPV home exercises. You move your head around and it helps.

EC: BPPV = Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo

More info here: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/vertigo/DS00534

Posted by Tinks
Christchurch, New Zdealand
07/01/2011
[WARNING!]   Valium is a very addictive and dangerous medicine, please do not try this.

Water, No Caffeine and Salt, Eat Citrus Fruits   1  0   

Posted by Lyn (singapore, singapore) on 10/12/1007

[YEA]  I had a sudden attack of vertigo two days ago and read that some causes of vertigo could be related to a lack of water in the body due too to much salt or a high cholesterol. If this is the case. A diet as simple as staying off caffeine and salt would help. And taking more citrusy fruits like oranges will help reduce the bout of spinning. It works.

Yoga and Balance Exercises   1  0   

Posted by Maureen (Woodbury, CT) on 10/02/2006

[YEA]  I have also been diagnosed with Meniere's and put on Valium as well as a diuretic. Both made me extremely ill. Yoga is very helpful. You have to teach your brain that you are in balance. Your brain gets use to the fact that you are always off balance so you have basically re-train yourself. It takes time and sometimes you are dizzy while exercising but does help. Also, no caffeine and very low sodium diet. Good Luck

Posted by Amie
Toulouse, France
10/05/2008
I am a vinyasa yoga teacher and have a new student with Menier's disease. Any helpful poses are welcome as she has a hard time in any poses that require you to look up, down, or sideways. I have taught her variations so she keeps her head still. Any tips or good poses?







 



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