I recently had the opportunity to give a special presentation about Meniere’s disease and tinnitus to a Meniere’s disease support group that meets weekly via Zoom.

(If you are interested in joining the weekly Zoom Meniere’s support group meetings, you can join the Facebook group here.)

In this wide ranging talk, I discussed many topics:

  • My personal struggles with Meniere’s disease
  • The difficulty in finding a compassionate and knowledgable specialist
  • My top strategies for Meniere’s sufferers
  • Meditation as a coping strategy
  • Brain fog
  • The importance of hope
  • Brainwave entrainment coping tools for Meniere’s Disease
  • Brainwave entrainment coping tools for Tinnitus
  • Why I believe that every Meniere’s sufferer should have hope
  • What it means to habituate to tinnitus
  • How I found relief from tinnitus
  • The different types of tinnitus
  • Finding relief from tinnitus when you have lost hearing
  • Celebrities who suffer from tinnitus
  • And so much more!

Some of the links mentioned in the presentation:

Work With me 1-on-1: Tinnitus Coaching


Mind Over Meniere’s: How I Conquered Meniere’s Disease and Learned to Thrive

Rewiring Tinnitus: How I Finally Found Relief from the Ringing in my Ears

Tinnitus Help:

Brainwave Entrainment Audio Programs:

Meniere’s Symptom Relief Project – for vertigo, stress, insomnia, brain fog, and fatigue

Rewiring Tinnitus Relief Project – guided meditations and audio to help you habituate. Find relief from tinnitus!

Posts and videos to help explain Meniere’s to friends and family:

How to find a great Meniere’s specialist:


The Ultimate List of Meniere’s Treatments

Dealing with Vertigo:

  1. Hi, I’ve been suffering meniers disease for more 13 years. And I’m interested to know or learn how you managed your meniere’s disease.

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