Meniere's disease; hearing loss, recurrent dizziness, tinnitus and increased pressure in the ear. For the first time in 1861, He said that the meniere dizziness may originate in the inner ear, not the brain; inner ear-induced dizziness is also named by its name.
Non Celiac gluten susceptibility can be seen with both intestinal / digestive system complaints (abdominal pain, gas, bloating, indigestion, constipation, reflux) as well as intestinal complaints. The most common non-intestinal complaints are; migraine, headache, fibromyalgia, comic tiredness syndrome, brain biloba, muscle-tendon afflictions, skin findings and depression / anxiety.
Dizziness and vertigo due to gluten sensitivity are not frequently reported in the literature, but relatively few reported cases / study
Roadmap for patients with migraine and Meningitis / dizziness-ear tinnitus:
1. Be examined by experts in neurology and ear, nose and throat diseases; you should be aware that there is another underlying problem
2. If meniere's disease is diagnosed, take plenty of rest and plenty of water when the dizziness is severe.
3. Alleviate dizziness, test for allergic diseases by testing for Type I and Type IV allergies
4. In order not to cause increased permeability and dysbioosis in your intestines in all this process:
- Remove refined carbohydrates and sugar (as much as possible) from your life.
- Reduce / remove gluten-free foods. If you can not stand to be gluten-free, sour yeast and cyanem flour products are consumed very little. Do not consume pastry business and pasta.
- Reduce the use of alcohol and cigarettes.
5. Probiotic ingredients such as high yogurt, kefir, consume foods such as kombu.
6. Learn to cope with stress, get help if necessary.
7. Start yoga after the dizziness
8. Walk every day ..
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