Managing Meniere’s disease can feel like an uphill battle.

It gets so complicated and confusing. Everyone is affected differently and what works for some people, may not work very well for you. I know how frustrating it can be.

But it’s important to figure out what’s triggering your symptoms, and journaling can help. It’s just hard to know what to keep track of…

Introducing the Mind over Meniere’s Symptom Trigger Tool!

When you have all the right information in front of you, it’s much easier to figure out exactly what is triggering your symptoms.

So I have created a simple and effective FREE tool that will help you:

  • Identify your triggers
  • Accurately report back to your doctor
  • Help you get your symptoms under control

The Symptom Trigger Tool is a one page journal template PDF that will help you keep track of all of the important information you need to identify your Meniere’s disease triggers.

It can be filled out on the computer or printed, and filled out by hand.

The Symptom Trigger Tool Keeps Track of:

  • Daily Weather
  • Sleep
  • Diet
  • Exercise
  • Stress
  • Medications and Supplements
  • Vertigo Attacks
  • Symptoms

Get your FREE copy of the Mind Over Meniere’s Symptom Trigger Tool!

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  1. Hi Glenn – I just watched and enjoyed your video on managing sodium; thanks so much! I’m not actually sure how much of a trigger sodium is for me but I’d like to use your symptom tracking tool to start tracking it. Do you have it available in either Word or Excel so I can input directly into the tool? All I have is the pdf, and one of my big triggers is reading or writing while my head is down, so I try to do as much as possible on the computer. My info is below if you have it and can send – thank you if you can!

    • Hey Cheryl, I don’t have it as a word or excel document unfortunately, but it is a fillable PDF! So you can fill it out on the computer and print it completed or save a copy each day. I hope that helps!

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