Meniere’s Case Report

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Fred­er­ick spent 5+ years with dizzi­ness, or Meniere’s, trig­gered by stress and travel.

We devel­oped this pro­to­col based on per­sis­tent inner ear inflam­ma­tion. It worked.

Stress induced symp­toms sug­gest­ed that tran­sient dips in plas­ma oxy­gen lev­els trig­gered inner ear inflam­ma­tion.  The job was to turn off the inflammation.

Our research showed Oxy­gen Mul­ti­Step Ther­a­py described by Man­fred von Ardenne, as effec­tive for idio­path­ic hear­ing loss—so we thought why not try, it’s cheap, fast, and safe.  Meniere’s is close­ly relat­ed to tin­ni­tus, except that tin­ni­tus affects the audi­to­ry area of the ear instead of the balance.

Our ther­a­py mod­el con­sist­ed of:

This pub­li­ca­tion sug­gests that Meniere’s appears to be caused by micro-cir­cu­la­to­ry fail­ure in the inner ear. These stacked ener­getic meth­ods tar­get restora­tion of inner ear vas­cu­lar flow, and restora­tion of cel­lu­lar metabolism.



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