Meniere's Disease Associated with COVID and the Vaccine
Last week, I had two cases of Meniere's disease, a neurological condition that affects the inner ear's nerves. Usually, it is one or two cases per year. What has changed in recent years?
Signs and symptoms of Meniere's disease include:
Recurring episodes of vertigo. You have a spinning sensation that starts and stops spontaneously.
Hearing loss. Hearing loss in Meniere's disease may come and go, particularly early on.
Ringing in the ear (tinnitus).
A feeling of fullness in the ear.
Most people who have Meniere's believe it is inherited or genetic. That is not true. Firstly, has the patient had a genetic test that has detected a faulty gene that causes Meniere's? If not, then it is irresponsible to say it is genetic or inherited, even if there are other cases in the family. Secondly, certain professions would not have clusters if the condition was entirely hereditary. For example, the most common job I have associated with Meniere's is firefighting, so it can not be entirely genetic.
So, the firefighters attend a warehouse fire that vaporises all kinds of toxic chemicals, plastics, building and roofing and roofing materials - these all go up in smoke and the firefighters are in the midst of it all. Unfortunately, it only takes parts per million for toxins like lead and cadmium to damage the nervous system, so even the most stringent precautions during a fire do not give 100% protection. The following day, a firefighter wakes up, gets out of bed, falls over and is later diagnosed with Meniere's.
Sometimes there is no explanation for what might have triggered Meniere's; however, the most common factor I've identified is exposure to a toxic substance such as lead or cadmium, and we can measure these with hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA).
Now, please read this article:
And this one:
The mRNA vaccines and the COVID-19 virus appear to be associated with inner ear disorders, including Meniere's. The common link between both is they produce the spike protein, a toxin known to damage the peripheral and central nervous system, similar to what may happen with exposure to toxins like lead and cadmium.