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  1. #1
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    Default Apitherapy & Dizziness

    Has anyone heard of using apitherapy for dizziness that the doctor can not give a reason for? It is not disabling but constant.
    Thanks

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    Default Re: Apitherapy & Dizziness

    I don't know about using apitherapy for dizziness, rtoney. You might try the American Apitherapy Society. Someone there might be able to give you some information.
    Susan

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    Default Re: Apitherapy & Dizziness

    the girls like to sting me on the back of my head on a spot where there are lymph nodes it really clears my head

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    Default Re: Apitherapy & Dizziness

    I never thought of it. I went through a spell once where the world would not quit spinning even when I laid down. It was horrible. I always assumed it was a virus in the inner ear or something as it eventually cleared up (after several days). I can't imagine why a sting would help, though...
    Michael Bush bushfarms.com/bees.htm "Everything works if you let it." ThePracticalBeekeeper.com 40y 200h 37yTF

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    Default Re: Apitherapy & Dizziness

    I've used antivert in the past.

    There are also some exercises you can do to help dislodge any offending solids in your inner ear.

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    Default Re: Apitherapy & Dizziness

    As a nurse recently diagnosed with Menierre's disease (disorder of the inner ear that causes fluid imbalance in the semicircular canals), I can tell you what I have learned.

    1. LOW salt diet. Salt interferes with the fluid balance.
    2. No caffeine, alcohol, tobacco or other altering substances.
    3. I was prescribed a diuretic (Dyazide).

    It took a couple of weeks but these measures have helped reduce the vertigo. There is no magic pill to "cure" dizziness. Make notes of what makes it better or worse for you and make appropriate changes!

    JD

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