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Ménière's disease is a chronic disorder of the inner ear. It causes episodes in which you feel as if you're spinning (vertigo), and have fluctuating hearing loss with a progressive, ultimately permanent loss of hearing, ringing in the ear (tinnitus), and sometimes a feeling of fullness or pressure in your ear. In most cases, Ménière's disease affects only one ear.

Ménière's disease can occur at any age, but it usually starts between the age of 20 and 50. It is considered a chronic condition. 


 - Recurring episodes of vertigo. you have a spinning sensation that starts and stops spontaneously. Episodes of vertigo occur without warning and usually last 20 minutes to several hours, but not more than 24 hours. Severe vertigo can cause nausea and vomiting.

 - Hearing loss may come and go, particularly early on. Eventually, most people have some permanent hearing loss.

 - Ringing in the ear (tinnitus). Tinnitus is the perception of a ringing, buzzing, roaring, whistling or hissing sound in your ear.

 - Feeling of fullness in the ear. People with Meniere's disease often feel pressure in the affected ears (aural fullness) or on the side of their heads.

After an episode, signs and symptoms improve and might disappear entirely. Episodes can occur weeks to years apart.



The cause of Meniere's disease isn't understood. One popular theory that hasn't been proved is that Meniere's disease appears to be the result of the abnormal amount of fluid (endolymph) in the inner ear. This often shows on autopsies, but it's not clear that it causes the episodes.

Factors that affect the fluid, which might contribute to Meniere's disease, include:

  • Improper fluid drainage, perhaps because of a blockage or anatomic abnormality

  • Abnormal immune response

  • Allergies

  • Viral infection

  • Genetic predisposition

  • Head trauma

  • Migraines

Because no single cause has been identified, it's likely that Meniere's disease results from a combination of factors.



The unpredictable episodes of vertigo and the prospect of permanent hearing loss can be the most difficult problems of Meniere's disease. The disease can interrupt your life and cause fatigue, emotional stress, depression and anxiety.

Vertigo can cause you to lose balance, increasing your risk of falls and accidents while driving or operating heavy machinery.

I support you through hypnotherapy and tailor-made health coaching sessions so that you can learn how to manage the syndromes, overcome stress and depression.

Book your free introductory session today to know more, not only if you are struggling with this chronic syndrome but also if you have a loved one who does and would like to know how to support him/her.

Consult your physician for diagnosis, the information on this page is just a generic data about ménière's disease.

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