Low sodium diet

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Meniere’s Disease affects the inner ear, and can often result in a loss of balance and disorientation. Inflammation is also a major contributor to the onset of this disease, so cutting back on your salt intake can prevent or rapidly treat this issue. Sodium is closely related to the water retention level in your body, so cutting back on sodium can help keep your body’s water levels optimized. Studies have connected a low-sodium diet with a far lower risk of experiencing an attack of Meniere’s Disease. High-sodium foods to eliminate include salted meats and nuts, as well as processed and canned foods.

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