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How to Prevent Labyrinthitis
To reduce your risk of getting labyrinthitis:
- Seek prompt treatment for any ear problems or infection.
- Get medical advice on treating respiratory infections.
- Avoid head injury by wearing seat belts and safety helmets.
- Ask your doctor about side effects of any medication you're taking.
- Avoid alcohol.
- Take steps to prevent blood vessel disease or stroke. These include:
- Eat a low fat, low cholesterol diet.
- Don't smoke.
- If you have High Blood Pressure, get it treated.
- If you have diabetes, work closely with your doctor to keep it under good control.
- With your doctor's approval, exercise regularly.
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