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Baking Soda with ACV

Posted by Eric (Oak Grove, MO) on 10/30/2006

I decided to try Baking Soda with ACV to help with my Sinisitus which the doctors think may be causing me vertigo. However, they also think it could be Meiniere's desease. I hope not. I did this for two days and then had a bad episode of Vertigo (first time in two months). I decided to stop for two days and I just started again today. I did notice that I lost 3 lbs during a time (the weekend) when I usually gain about 2 to 3 and then lose during the week (I workout/exercise 5 days a week). I have had Tinnitus for at least 7 years but not bad enough to feel I had to seek help. Now with the Vertigo, I am willing to try anything assuming it may be Meinieres.

I have a question for Ted. I read the part of this website on Meinieres and it was rather complicated. I felt that if I can clear up the Sinus problem that the vertigo would stop. My question is if baking soda and ACV could make my Vertigo worse. I read how Niacinamide and other B Complex will help. But you also mention Vitamin C, L-Carnosine, Glutamine, Creatine monohydrate, and tin chloride. I know this may be a process of elimination to see what works, but can you direct me with something to start with? Thanks,

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
385 posts

Dear Eric: A condition of tinnitis is often of a magnesium deficiency. To make magnesium work for you well, a powdered form is recommeded, either magnesium chloride or magnesium citrate, taken at 250 mg. To allow absorption vitamin B6 is necessary, but it is best to take vitamin B complex. Also, vitamin B deficiency is also implicated in vertigo too. A rare condition of iron deficiency can also lead vertigo, but not likely, but common food sources include liver and beef.