I was diagnosed with Meniere's Disease and my doctor has put me on Niacin. I have yet to find any information on this as a treatment for the Meniere's symptoms.

In a search of the MEDLINE database for papers in the last 5 years for the words "Meniere's" and "niacin", there were no citations which included both words. In a recent symposium on Meniere's disease the use of niacin as a treatment was never mentioned. From this we would conclude that niacin therapy is not widely used to treat Meniere's. Niacin (nicotinic acid) lowers the level of lipids circulating in the blood. LDL-cholesterol is reduced and HDL-cholesterol is increased. If tests show abnormal blood lipids, niacin may be used to treat this, rather than being directed at Meniere's disease itself.