Meniere's Syndrome

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Meniere's Syndrome and TMS Success Stories

Wiliforbis discusses how he experienced dizziness and being lethargic while he had RSI. After conducting his own research he diagnosed himself with a vesitbular disorder such as labyrinthitis or Meniere's. He stated, " the more I research Sarno and TMS, the more I become suspicious that this too was a mind-body symptom. And I have had thoughts along the lines you discuss --- there's a vestibular nerve connecting those organs to the brain, and if that nerve could be deoxygenated, I presume you'd have symptoms as discussed. I've also noticed a number of people on this forum discussing similar ailments."

In the thread Meniere's Syndrome - Could this be the equivalent of TMS? chopper 72 briefly mentions using the TMS approach to handle Meneire's flare-ups. He stated, "Absolutely. I had it. It was diagnosed as Meniere's and I had a painful operation. Of course it didn't fix anything because it was TMS. Still comes back once in a while and then I have to chase it away."

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