Hey everyone! Glenn here with another edition of the Mind Over Meniere’s Bulletin! The Bulletin is my way of sharing all the interesting things that come across my radar – things I think will be of value to the Meniere’s community. Today’s edition is no exception. I hope you enjoy! (Have an idea or topic […]

Read More →

In my life with Meniere’s Disease, there are few things that I find more frustrating than a great day ruined by brain fog. It can be so disheartening. After several difficult weeks of intense, constant disequilibrium, I’ve been back on a somewhat productive streak. And as a result, my new book is finally finished. My paperback […]

Read More →

As difficult as it is to live with Meniere’s disease, it’s often the lesser symptoms like brain fog that drive me the most crazy. In last week’s video, I discussed what it’s like to experience brain fog. As a quick refresher, brain fog is a type of cognitive impairment common with dozens of different chronic illnesses. It won’t disable […]

Read More →

It may be hard to believe, but over a century ago, an Italian economist published a paper on wealth distribution that would eventually revolutionize time and energy management for the chronically ill. It’s a good thing too because I suffer from a chronic illness called Meniere’s disease. And for a long time, fatigue was the […]

Read More →

The Symptom Relief Project Disclaimer

  • Those who should not listen to the Symptom Relief Project include: Those who are prone to or have had seizures, epileptic, pregnant or wear a pacemaker, whether knowingly or not, should not listen the Symptom Relief Project.

    Those who should consult a physician before the use of this product include: individuals under the influence of medication or drugs. The Symptom Relief Project should not to be used while under the influence of alcohol or other mood altering substances, whether they be legal or illegal.

    Children under the age of 18 are to be examined by a physician for epilepsy or illnesses that may contribute to seizures prior to listening to the Symptom Relief Project, as they are more susceptible to seizures.


    Although the Symptom Relief Project’s aim is to contribute to wellness, it is not intended as a replacement for medical or psychological treatment. No medical claims are intended, express or implied. No statements made in the application or related documentation have been evaluated or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Do not stop taking any of your prescribed medication.

    The buyer/user of The Symptom Relief Project assumes all risks in the use of the Symptom Relief Project, waving any claims against Glenn Schweitzer and Mind Over Meniere’s for any and all mental or physical injuries. This includes all self-created suggestions for mood altering, brain wave states altering, and for self-improvement or motivation. The buyer/user also agrees to assume liabilities when other persons have access to the Symptom Relief Project.

    In no case will Glenn Schweitzer or Mind Over Meniere’s be liable for chance, accidental, special, direct or indirect damages resulting from use, misuse or defects of the audio, instructions or documentation.