The Various Effects Of Meniere's Disease

Meniere's disease is a condition that affects the labyrinth of the ears. Currently, there is no cure for the disease, but many things can help manage the disease, such as physical therapy, surgery, and medications. Typically, its cause is not known. However, there are many theories available about its origins, such as environmental and genetic factors. The disease can cause a wide variety of symptoms. Unfortunately, it can lead to progressive hearing loss and ultimately complete deafness in some instances. Often, the condition will present itself in only one ear at first, and the other ear may begin to show symptoms of Meniere's disease later on down the line. It also has other various effects, which you can get to know now.

Vertigo

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Vertigo is a condition caused by problems within the ear. It can be described as extreme dizziness that makes it seem as if your surroundings are moving. This can lead to a loss of balance, an upset stomach, vomiting, and nausea. Other symptoms include jerking movements in the eyes, pain in the head, and ringing or buzzing in the ears, which is known as tinnitus. If you are experiencing this type of dizziness, it can be due to Meniere's disease. Therefore, you may want to consider talking to your doctor about Meniere's to learn more and to determine what methods may be able to decrease your symptoms.

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