Coping with Meniere's disease
According to the Mayo Clinic, Meniere’s disease causes vertigo, hearing loss and ringing in your ear.
The Mayo Clinic states that typically this disease affects one ear instead of both, and it is most common among people in their 40s and 50s.
There is no cure for Meniere’s disease, but there are several ways to treat your symptoms. Anti-nausea medications for vertigo, medications to control the fluid in your ear and hearing aids are some of the possible treatments for this disease.
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