Natural Remedies for Vertigo and Meniere's Disease Dizziness

Yoga and Balance Exercises

2 User Reviews
5 star (2) 

Posted by Maureen (Woodbury, CT) on 10/02/2006
5 out of 5 stars

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

Replied by Amie
(Toulouse, France)

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?

Replied by Barbara
5 out of 5 stars

I just used an exercise called "half-somersault" which you can find on Youtube, explained by a doctor. It worked right away! She explains it clearly, and it is easy to do. It loosens the blockage in the inner ear. Miraculous!


1 User Review
5 star (1) 

Posted by Indigo (Perth) on 04/04/2017
5 out of 5 stars

Zinc helps beating of the ear symptoms called Meniere's disease. Increase sesame seeds, tahini etc. but zinc tablets will work faster.

Silica 6x also helps beating in the ear but I found zinc far better for long term results.

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