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PAPERBACK INCLUDES FREE DOWNLOAD OF THE KINDLE EBOOKVoted by Goodreads as: A book everyone should read in their lifetime. HOW TO GO FROM MENIERE SUFFERER TO MENIERE SURVIVORAn extraordinary book written about Meniere's Disease from a personal perspective of suffering, coping and going forwards to make a full recovery spanning almost two decades. Meniere Man maps out his per PAPERBACK INCLUDES FREE DOWNLOAD OF THE KINDLE EBOOKVoted by Goodreads as: A book everyone should read in their lifetime. HOW TO GO FROM MENIERE SUFFERER TO MENIERE SURVIVORAn extraordinary book written about Meniere's Disease from a personal perspective of suffering, coping and going forwards to make a full recovery spanning almost two decades. Meniere Man maps out his personal and terrifying battle with Meniere's, and even more importantly, the exact path he took to make a recovery WITHOUT SURGERY OR ANY INVASIVE MEDICAL PROCEDURES. This best seller is widely recommended by ENT Specialists, Audiologists and medical specialists in Australia, New Zealand, UK, USA. In this book the Author explains exactly what he did to help him make a full recovery which means: No more bad days. No Meniere's brainfog, no exhaustion or lack of energy. No vertigo attacks. No wooziness or dizziness. No worry or anxiety about Meniere triggers. In this book you will find Meniere Man's own self-help notebook: 100 easy, simple ideas that work to help manage, cope with Meniere's disease and recover. Valuable self-help information every sufferer of Meniere's disease can use everyday. He worked towards a full recovery, everyday and never gave up until he was well again. Direct-action, simple, practical and effective ways which, when applied, can help you get over Meniere's. It was Meniere Man's personal spirit and desire to get "back to normal" that helped him recover. He decided that you can't put a limit on anything in life. What he shares with you now, worked for the 100% recovery that the Author has experienced for almost two decades. His findings are now widely quoted all over the internet. Aside from writing the series of self-help books on Meniere's, Meniere Man supports Meniere's research worldwide. He has published his findings in Meniere support magazines in Europe and Australia; giving talks to Meniere groups; giving one-on-one face-to-face sessions to help sufferers, as well as telephone mentoring support. ABOUT THE MENIERE MAN SERIES When the Author was diagnosed with Meniere's, his ENT specialist handed him an A4 leaflet, told him to keep away from stress and not eat salt. That was it! There were no books on the subject in bookstores, libraries or on the internet. With an information void, he had no choice, but to take recovery into his own hands. He recorded daily accounts of what worked and didn't work. And formulated his own health plan. It worked. Twenty years later he's still totally free of Menieres. Using his personal experience of battling Meniere symptoms and making a complete recovery, he wrote a series of coherent books to cover every aspect of his recovery. On completion of his first manuscript, three years later, he presented it to his two ENT specialists to review. Both professionals said, the insights gained on how to manage Meniere's, was invaluable from a patients' perspective. They believed, even medical people would benefit from his experience. Since publishing the first self-help memoir and a complete series of self-help books, he hopes the world for Meniere's sufferers is a less frightening place. "If I can do it, then so can you." MM "This copyright holder prohibits the use and distribution of their content from unauthorized sources. Support them by purchasing or accessing from authorized sources only. www.dmcaforce.com is the authorized DMCA Agent for this copyright holder." Similar related tags: inner ear, vestibular, low-sodium, low-salt, symptoms, vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus, dizziness, dizzy, balance disorder, recurrent attacks, fluctuating hearing, sensorineural, hearing loss, affected ear, aural, audiometry


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PAPERBACK INCLUDES FREE DOWNLOAD OF THE KINDLE EBOOKVoted by Goodreads as: A book everyone should read in their lifetime. HOW TO GO FROM MENIERE SUFFERER TO MENIERE SURVIVORAn extraordinary book written about Meniere's Disease from a personal perspective of suffering, coping and going forwards to make a full recovery spanning almost two decades. Meniere Man maps out his per PAPERBACK INCLUDES FREE DOWNLOAD OF THE KINDLE EBOOKVoted by Goodreads as: A book everyone should read in their lifetime. HOW TO GO FROM MENIERE SUFFERER TO MENIERE SURVIVORAn extraordinary book written about Meniere's Disease from a personal perspective of suffering, coping and going forwards to make a full recovery spanning almost two decades. Meniere Man maps out his personal and terrifying battle with Meniere's, and even more importantly, the exact path he took to make a recovery WITHOUT SURGERY OR ANY INVASIVE MEDICAL PROCEDURES. This best seller is widely recommended by ENT Specialists, Audiologists and medical specialists in Australia, New Zealand, UK, USA. In this book the Author explains exactly what he did to help him make a full recovery which means: No more bad days. No Meniere's brainfog, no exhaustion or lack of energy. No vertigo attacks. No wooziness or dizziness. No worry or anxiety about Meniere triggers. In this book you will find Meniere Man's own self-help notebook: 100 easy, simple ideas that work to help manage, cope with Meniere's disease and recover. Valuable self-help information every sufferer of Meniere's disease can use everyday. He worked towards a full recovery, everyday and never gave up until he was well again. Direct-action, simple, practical and effective ways which, when applied, can help you get over Meniere's. It was Meniere Man's personal spirit and desire to get "back to normal" that helped him recover. He decided that you can't put a limit on anything in life. What he shares with you now, worked for the 100% recovery that the Author has experienced for almost two decades. His findings are now widely quoted all over the internet. Aside from writing the series of self-help books on Meniere's, Meniere Man supports Meniere's research worldwide. He has published his findings in Meniere support magazines in Europe and Australia; giving talks to Meniere groups; giving one-on-one face-to-face sessions to help sufferers, as well as telephone mentoring support. ABOUT THE MENIERE MAN SERIES When the Author was diagnosed with Meniere's, his ENT specialist handed him an A4 leaflet, told him to keep away from stress and not eat salt. That was it! There were no books on the subject in bookstores, libraries or on the internet. With an information void, he had no choice, but to take recovery into his own hands. He recorded daily accounts of what worked and didn't work. And formulated his own health plan. It worked. Twenty years later he's still totally free of Menieres. Using his personal experience of battling Meniere symptoms and making a complete recovery, he wrote a series of coherent books to cover every aspect of his recovery. On completion of his first manuscript, three years later, he presented it to his two ENT specialists to review. Both professionals said, the insights gained on how to manage Meniere's, was invaluable from a patients' perspective. They believed, even medical people would benefit from his experience. Since publishing the first self-help memoir and a complete series of self-help books, he hopes the world for Meniere's sufferers is a less frightening place. "If I can do it, then so can you." MM "This copyright holder prohibits the use and distribution of their content from unauthorized sources. Support them by purchasing or accessing from authorized sources only. www.dmcaforce.com is the authorized DMCA Agent for this copyright holder." Similar related tags: inner ear, vestibular, low-sodium, low-salt, symptoms, vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus, dizziness, dizzy, balance disorder, recurrent attacks, fluctuating hearing, sensorineural, hearing loss, affected ear, aural, audiometry

30 review for Meniere Man and the Astronaut. the Self Help Book for Meniere's Disease

  1. 4 out of 5

    Fit Scribbler

    “Meniere Man and the Astronaut” is a book that every Meniere’s disease sufferer should have in their collection. The information in this book will not only benefit those with the disease but also help family and friends understand what the sufferer is going through. There is a lot of very helpful information in this book that can help a person deal with this disease and most importantly it is written by someone who has experienced firsthand what he has written.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Evans

    If you are suffering from or know someone who is suffering from Meniere's Disease then this is definitely the book for you. Pack full of really great information that the author has also used to control this disease. Readers will find detailed descriptions of what to expect and also information on how to control and even prevent vertigo attacks. The author provides detailed explainations of how he changed his diet, reduced excess salt, caffeine and sugar. He also explains how these foods effect If you are suffering from or know someone who is suffering from Meniere's Disease then this is definitely the book for you. Pack full of really great information that the author has also used to control this disease. Readers will find detailed descriptions of what to expect and also information on how to control and even prevent vertigo attacks. The author provides detailed explainations of how he changed his diet, reduced excess salt, caffeine and sugar. He also explains how these foods effect those suffering from vertigo. This really is a very practical book and it helps to give you hope that you too can control your symptoms and take your life back. This books provides the reader with solutions that they may have been unable to find elsewhere. If you are thinking that there is no hope and that there is nothing you can do, then I strongly urge you to purchase this book. Once you finish reading it you will find that there is so much you can do and that life can again be yours. Take it from the author who has already tried and tested everything he writes about. You really can make a difference to your life and control Meniere's Disease.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ginger

    This book would've been a LOT better if Meniere Man had gotten himself a good editor. The grammar is atrocious. But I muddled through. This book was really quite depressing . . . because of how true it was. When I was first diagnosed with Meniere's, there was only one book on it. Now there are quite a few. I'm not sure if this book would've helped me if I'd read it back then or not. I still have a hard time believing that this is permanent. I'm still hoping the diagnosis is wrong and they figure This book would've been a LOT better if Meniere Man had gotten himself a good editor. The grammar is atrocious. But I muddled through. This book was really quite depressing . . . because of how true it was. When I was first diagnosed with Meniere's, there was only one book on it. Now there are quite a few. I'm not sure if this book would've helped me if I'd read it back then or not. I still have a hard time believing that this is permanent. I'm still hoping the diagnosis is wrong and they figure something else out. Anyway, there was a lot of depressing truth in the book: you will never get your old life back, you may have to change employment, you may have more financial difficulty, you will need to learn to let people help you, you can only handle one major endeavor each day, you HAVE to listen to your body and as soon as you have hints that things are about to get bad you need to stop everything and rest. He did point out that he has managed to improve his life and offers advice, though.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jane Taylor

    I was unsure of what to expect when I started to read this book, but it quickly became apparent that it is in fact, a truly uplifting story. Both well written and well structured, it takes the reader on one man's incredible journey from the complete despair at suffering the debilitating Meneire decease to inspirational hope for others in his position. It's pages contain a lot of helpful information but it is also an entertaining read. This book could only be written by someone who has been to hel I was unsure of what to expect when I started to read this book, but it quickly became apparent that it is in fact, a truly uplifting story. Both well written and well structured, it takes the reader on one man's incredible journey from the complete despair at suffering the debilitating Meneire decease to inspirational hope for others in his position. It's pages contain a lot of helpful information but it is also an entertaining read. This book could only be written by someone who has been to hell and back. It's poignancy tugs at the heart strings at times and yet the story is inspiring and full of hope. The author writes with authority and a hugely positive attitude, which makes me think that this book will be of immense help to anyone suffering any chronic illness. I feel so strongly about the message of hope this book conveys, that I have recommended it to my daughter-in-law who, as a young mother herself, has suffered through a difficult decease and life-changing surgery. This is a definate 5 stars for me.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Fred Schäfer

    Like the author's previous two books on Meniere disease - Let's Get Better and Vertigo Vertigo - this book, too, provides deep insight into what it means to be afflicted by this illness. But more importantly, it is an immensely practical book. It is useful for Meniere disease sufferers and their loved ones and friends. It is a book that gives hope. It is a book that points towards solutions where conventional medicine often is unable to help. It is one of these rare books that demonstrates: if y Like the author's previous two books on Meniere disease - Let's Get Better and Vertigo Vertigo - this book, too, provides deep insight into what it means to be afflicted by this illness. But more importantly, it is an immensely practical book. It is useful for Meniere disease sufferers and their loved ones and friends. It is a book that gives hope. It is a book that points towards solutions where conventional medicine often is unable to help. It is one of these rare books that demonstrates: if you reach the point where you think that nothing can be done, there is always one thing you can do; you can think differently and find a new perception of your problem. And out of this new perception solutions and new ways of dealing with your problem can emerge. Reviewed by Fred Schäfer, author of The Solution Within Yourself.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Clive Lilwall

    How to Control Meniere’s Disease The invaluable aspect of this book is the detailed descriptions of what you can do to control and prevent attacks of vertigo. The author explains how he changed his diet to reduce the excess salt, caffeine and sugar that plays havoc with the delicate processes within the inner ear of those who suffer from vertigo. The book also is full of advice on how to use relaxation, meditation, massage and other techniques to reduce or even eliminate attacks of vertigo. The qu How to Control Meniere’s Disease The invaluable aspect of this book is the detailed descriptions of what you can do to control and prevent attacks of vertigo. The author explains how he changed his diet to reduce the excess salt, caffeine and sugar that plays havoc with the delicate processes within the inner ear of those who suffer from vertigo. The book also is full of advice on how to use relaxation, meditation, massage and other techniques to reduce or even eliminate attacks of vertigo. The quality of life of Meniere’s disease victims has been compared to that of cancer and AIDS patients. The author has experienced valuable lessons on how anyone with the disease can cope with its devastating effects.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Emily D'eath

    Inspirational. I read this book because I didn't know what Meniere's disease was and I was curious. From someone who does not have this awful disease and is lucky that none of my family or close friends has it either my first reaction was relief. It sound truly terrible. As I read this book I was uplifted by the courage, tenacity and determination of the author. By facing this terrible disease head on he has not only helped himself to regain control of his life and his health, but gives thoughtf Inspirational. I read this book because I didn't know what Meniere's disease was and I was curious. From someone who does not have this awful disease and is lucky that none of my family or close friends has it either my first reaction was relief. It sound truly terrible. As I read this book I was uplifted by the courage, tenacity and determination of the author. By facing this terrible disease head on he has not only helped himself to regain control of his life and his health, but gives thoughtful and intelligent assistance to others who are suffering from the same problem. This man's personal battle deserves applause and I'm so pleased he's winning his fight to regain his freedom from this crushing disease.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Zach Abrams

    Wonderfully Uplifting and Inspirational The author recounts his personal journey, courageously overcoming the trauma and effect of Meniere Disease. With care and erudition he explains the steps he successfully undertook in what might best be regarded as a guidebook for coping with and recovering from the disease. His honest, intelligent and sometimes humorous descriptions will provide invaluable assistance not only to fellow sufferers but to anyone seeking to restore quality to and optimise their l Wonderfully Uplifting and Inspirational The author recounts his personal journey, courageously overcoming the trauma and effect of Meniere Disease. With care and erudition he explains the steps he successfully undertook in what might best be regarded as a guidebook for coping with and recovering from the disease. His honest, intelligent and sometimes humorous descriptions will provide invaluable assistance not only to fellow sufferers but to anyone seeking to restore quality to and optimise their lives after being diagnosed with a debilitating condition. Insightfully written and easy to follow.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Nancy N. Wilson

    A Pathway of Hope for anyone struggling with Meniere’s Disease. The author was struck with the disease in his prime, 46-years-old. He lovingly shares how he overcame this debilitating disease in hopes that it will help others who are faced with the same frightening challenge. In spite of the fact that the cause is unknown and there is no well-defined treatment, he chose to not let the disease defeat him. He won the battle by changing his attitude about the disease and taking back control of his A Pathway of Hope for anyone struggling with Meniere’s Disease. The author was struck with the disease in his prime, 46-years-old. He lovingly shares how he overcame this debilitating disease in hopes that it will help others who are faced with the same frightening challenge. In spite of the fact that the cause is unknown and there is no well-defined treatment, he chose to not let the disease defeat him. He won the battle by changing his attitude about the disease and taking back control of his life through exercise, diet, vitamins, alternative therapies and positive mental training. He urges those who are facing the same battle to create their own personal regime and take control. He then proceeds to give you detailed instructions on the steps he took to take back his life. He covers so much that is would be impossible to list them all in this short review, but some points that jumped out at me were: 1. The importance of finding your triggers and stressors. 2. How to cope with an attack, the hearing loss, and diminished cognitive abilities. 3. Medications, surgical options, and alternative therapies. He emphasizes that the only thing that stands in the way of successfully managing the illness is attitude. It is important to understand that there are viable choices that can be made. He ends the book with a short chapter titled: Laugh. Love. Life. . . . then, follows it with “100 ways of coping with Meniere’s.” Highly recommended.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    Being a Meniere's suffer myself, I found this book very inspirational. His accuracy on how you feel on a daily basis with Meniere's is very accurate. It is hard to find the motivation and the strength to do what needs to be done to get better. Limiting yourself to mere dietary changes only, although it is a start, is not the answer to controlling this disease that takes over and can consume your entire life. I wish all those well who suffer with this disease and recommend it to family and friends Being a Meniere's suffer myself, I found this book very inspirational. His accuracy on how you feel on a daily basis with Meniere's is very accurate. It is hard to find the motivation and the strength to do what needs to be done to get better. Limiting yourself to mere dietary changes only, although it is a start, is not the answer to controlling this disease that takes over and can consume your entire life. I wish all those well who suffer with this disease and recommend it to family and friends whose would like a better inside knowledge of the the disease and what the suffer is coping with on a daily basis.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Parker

    Having been diagnosed with Meniere's this summer, it was very helpful and reassuring to read this account of someone else's experiences with this really shitty condition. There are a number of good tips for coping here. Of course, I would get a vertigo attack just as I was finishing the book. :-( Having been diagnosed with Meniere's this summer, it was very helpful and reassuring to read this account of someone else's experiences with this really shitty condition. There are a number of good tips for coping here. Of course, I would get a vertigo attack just as I was finishing the book. :-(

  12. 5 out of 5

    Julia

    Excellent read for those new to this disease and seeking support and apathy. Meniere's Disease can be isolating and it is important not just for the patient, but also for his/her family and friends to gain an understanding of this condition and what better way than through the lens of a fellow patient? Excellent read for those new to this disease and seeking support and apathy. Meniere's Disease can be isolating and it is important not just for the patient, but also for his/her family and friends to gain an understanding of this condition and what better way than through the lens of a fellow patient?

  13. 5 out of 5

    Srey

    WHAT A POSITIVE BOOK! Only someone who has meniere's would know what it is like. I found his story to be a brave and honest one. It’s a book with real insight into how it is to have Meniere’s and helpful information you can use every day. WHAT A POSITIVE BOOK! Only someone who has meniere's would know what it is like. I found his story to be a brave and honest one. It’s a book with real insight into how it is to have Meniere’s and helpful information you can use every day.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Extremely practical advice that resonates with my own experience. I wish I'd read this six years ago and will certainly return to key sections. But dude, get an editor. Sentence fragments are dizzy-making, which seriously defeats the purpose. Extremely practical advice that resonates with my own experience. I wish I'd read this six years ago and will certainly return to key sections. But dude, get an editor. Sentence fragments are dizzy-making, which seriously defeats the purpose.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Fiona Rutherford

    Well written book. Helps fellow sufferers of Meniere's realise they can have a positive outcome providing they are willing to change their lifestyle. Well written book. Helps fellow sufferers of Meniere's realise they can have a positive outcome providing they are willing to change their lifestyle.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Trigg-Smith

  17. 5 out of 5

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