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Have herbal or complimentary medicines or holistic approaches helped you? Some people swear by various herbal remedies. Others say they don't help at all, some say they may even make things worse! But if you are at the end of your tether and want to try something new, the best advice will be from your Doctor, Chemist or member of the health care profession.
I would also recommend researching anything you are considering taking first :
Google it and read this advice first, especially if you are already taking medicine, you need to know how taking supplements could affect them! 

If you have anything that has helped you and want to share this please let me know and I will add I to this list. There is a supplement program that people report success with

Have you tried
Avoid this *
No one else can understand! sharing your expericences with others -
, Info chat & forums UK
Menieres Org Forums Worldwide info chat.
The Meniere's Society who have a phone line as well as web site
Keeping it all to yourself!

Ginger, Ginkgo Biloba, Mistletoe, Peppermint , Vitamin B6 ,
Hopi ear candling , acupuncture, chinese herbs Vertigoheel or Cocculus Compositum (I am trying this now!)

Salt, Aspartame (artificial sweeteners)
Vertigo Ginkgo Biloba, Red Raspberry, Hopi ear candling , Vertigoheel or Cocculus Compositum Salt, Aspartame (artificial sweeteners)
Tinnitus Ginkgo Biloba , Hopi ear candling, Vinopocetine (periwinkle) Salt,
Brain Fog /Memory Vitamins B1, B12, Ginkgo Biloba Aspartame (artificial sweeteners)
Headache Cayenne, Mistletoe, Passion Flower, Peppermint  
Depression/Anxiety Ginkgo Biloba, St John's Wort, Kava, Chamomile,  
Nausea Ginger, Nutmeg, Peppermint  
Sinus Ginger, Eyebright  
Migraine Wood Betony, Feverfew, Mistletoe, Peppermint Cheese, Chocolate, Lack of sleep, Smoking
Ear Pressure anyone?  
Hearing speaking to your Audiology clinic for updated advise and technologies  
Problems with computer monitors check out this advice  

* I think it's safe to say avoiding alcohol, smoking and caffeine are well accepted ones so I wont list them separately.

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