Upper Cervical Care and Gingko Biloba for Meniere's Disease Relief

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Have you ever experienced severe dizziness and balance issues, as if your surroundings are spinning out of control? Do you struggle with intense episodes of vertigo, ringing in your ears, and a feeling of fullness in your ear? Did you ever experience feeling deaf in one ear and can't even walk in a straight line? That's what happened to popstar Jessie J which led to her spending Christmas eve lying in a hospital bed. She was diagnosed with Meniere's Disease.

An Upper Cervical Chiropractor is no stranger to these complaints from patients who experience Meniere's Disease. This condition can bring debilitating symptoms that severely impact your quality of life. Some had to skip social events and choose to isolate, while some continuously try to seek ways to ease their symptoms. Others opt for natural remedies such as Upper Cervical Care and support it with supplements to ease their symptoms, such as Ginkgo Biloba.

 

How can Ginkgo Biloba help?

Meniere's Disease affects your inner ear and can trigger vertigo, tinnitus, and hearing loss. Unfortunately, there is no cure for Meniere's Disease yet, but you can improve your quality of life and manage your symptoms naturally.

Using Ginkgo Biloba, a supplement made from the leaves of the Ginkgo tree, also known as the maidenhair tree, is believed to have various health benefits, including improving cognitive function, reducing inflammation, and acting as an antioxidant. In addition, this plant derivative also shows good potential for Meniere's Disease, particularly for vertigo and tinnitus.

Traditional Chinese medicine also uses Gingko Biloba to manage headaches and migraine. Some Meniere's Disease patients also complain about migraines and headaches as symptoms. Should you try Ginkgo Biloba in managing your Meneire's Disease? The decision ultimately depends on you. While it's generally considered safe, it may interact with other medications and supplements. Therefore, it's important to consult your trusted healthcare provider before starting any new supplement or treatment, especially if you take other medications or have underlying health conditions.

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How an Upper Cervical Chiropractor Can Help

Apart from taking supplements, another natural, non-invasive, and medication-free method that can help ease Meniere's Disease symptoms is Upper Cervical Care. This method can help patients by identifying atlas and axis bone misalignments that can lead to postural imbalances, which cause the inner ear to work harder than it should. 

Some Meniere's Disease patients have Upper Cervical misalignments due to past head and neck traumas. This is the underlying cause that triggers the symptoms. By correcting the misalignment, many patients have experienced relief from Meniere's disease symptoms.

Misalignments in the Upper Cervical spine can cause interference with the nervous system, leading to various symptoms, including vertigo, tinnitus, and hearing loss associated with Meniere's Disease. It doesn't heal on its own, so you will need to consult with an Upper Cervical Chiropractor near you to know if you are a good candidate for this method.

Once the alignment has been restored, your nervous system will function properly again, and your body will begin its natural healing process.

Talk to an Upper Cervical Chiropractor near you today!

 

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