Research

About the Meniere's Society Research Programme

The Ménière’s Society research programme was established in 1988 to promote and support research aimed at: (i) Improving the diagnosis and alleviating the symptoms of Ménière’s and related balance disorders; (ii) The alleviation and cure of Ménière’s disease and related balance disorders; (iii) The publication of the useful results of such research.

   Read our report Balancing Everything Out to find out more      about our ongoing research programme. 

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The Ménière’s Society supports research in a variety of areas, including:
  • Establishing better ways to share current research and patient experience
  • Gaining a better understanding of the progress of vestibular disorders
  • Finding ways of modifying the environment to reduce the likelihood of vertigo
  • Developing methods that can warn sufferers of an impending attack in sufficient time to take action to avoid it or reduce its impact on their lives
  • Developing methods and treatments that reduce the impact of the symptoms of Ménière’s disease and other vestibular disorders on peoples’ lives. This covers direct treatment of the physical symptoms and also psychological techniques that allow sufferers to better handle the symptoms
  • Gaining a better understanding of how the drugs used to treat vertigo work
  • Developing a better understanding of the symptoms of Ménière’s disease and the possibility of alleviating the symptoms, stopping its further development or preventing it developing in the first place
  • Understanding the causes of Ménière’s disease
  • Developing a cure for Ménière’s disease

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