Vertigo by Ear Infection

Vertigo by Ear Infection

 To: Janet

From: Paul



Vertigo is usually associated with a problem in the inner ear balance mechanism in the brain or nerve connections between these two organs.  Code for you probably had an ear infection due to rubbing the ear because it itched due to loud music which goes with the territory of your profession.  You should not wear ear plugs because of the appearance though the musicians do.


Effects: Dizziness, balance disorder, nausea and vomiting and in a bad case cause it to be hard to stand and walk.


Solution and/or preventive measure:


1: Hire a tour nurse to monitor the whole entourage, hell hire two.  All vital signs should be check based on the individual daily.


2: You need ear wax that you can have put into the ear prior to the show and removed after the show.  This way you can reduce the decibels and wear the headset both.  You want to use wax so that it fits at the end of the surface of your ear not to interfere with the fit of the headset/microphone and stay in during dance routines.  It goes in like gel hardiness life wax and is remove with a solution that sends it to a liquid form. A special ear wax removal solution.  I am sure this stuff exist already find it tonight!



Published in: on October 3, 2008 at 7:48 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. hi
    the best thing for Ear infection is the eardoc. With the Eardoc there relay inst any problem. it is non invasive and it treats the problem rather than the symptom

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