Labyrinthitis, went to hospital with severe dizziness and vomiting?!

Question: Labyrinthitis, went to hospital with severe dizziness and vomiting.?
I am miserable. I'm on meclizine and diazepam which helps but puts me to sleep. I understand it's inflammation of the inner ear but what can cause the inflammation.? And what can cure this.? Do I have to live with this forever.? Help...The Dr's don't seen to know what the cause is, "maybe a virus, maybe stress" they don't know.Health Question & Answer

Homeopathic Medicines & Treatment for Ear Disorders :-

Sudden; due to exposure to dry cold wind Aconite 30 or 200, 2 hourly

Throbbing pain with redness of face; hot feeling; rush of blood towards head Belladonna 30, 2 hourly

Intolerable pain; worse by warmth, at night and after anger Chamomilla 30 or 200, 2 hourly

Severe pain in eustachian tubes; with acute cold; worse indoors and warmth Allium cepa 30 or 200, 2 hourly

Due to pressure in ears from collection of wax Spigelia 30 or 200, 10 min interval (3 doses)

Due to sinusitis; stringy phelgm Kali Bich 30, 4 hourly

Due to boil in the ear; perforation, discharge of fetid pus; worse by cold Hepar Sulph 200, 10 mininterval (3 doses)

With thick yellowish discharge; better at cold place and cold open air Pulsatilla 30 or 200, 3 hourly

For External Use: Mullein oil - ear drops.

You can buy Homeopathic remedies from most Health & Herbs Stores all over USA and EU.

Take the remedy which is similar to your symptoms. No side effects or complications if taken as directed, please do not exceed the given dosage and under any circumstances do not try to mix any remedies and avoid Chocolates, Mints, Coffee, Red Meat, Alcoholic and Carbonated drinks, Spicy Rich Food while taking any Homeopathic remedies, and keep the medicines away from direct sunlight, heat strong smells and perfumes and do not store them in the fridge.

Curing without any side effects or complications thats the beauty of Homeopathic Medicine.

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Take Care and God Bless you.Health Question & Answer

Homeopathic HealerHealth Question & Answer

The inner ear is such a delicate part of the body. It controls our equilibrium. If anything gets out of whack in there, we feel nauseated and dizzy.

For now, take your meds and try to lessen your activity. Take ginger capsules to help and if you're ok with anticoagulating herbals, you can take ginko biloba which increases blood flow to your extremities. I take ginko for dizziness and anti-swelling.

Most of all, try not to panic because that will make the symptoms feel even more intense. Practice slow, deep breathing to calm yourself.Health Question & Answer

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