If you have pressure or pain in one ear, dizziness, hearing loss, and a ringing or roaring noise—also known as tinnitus—it could be Meniere’s disease.

Although there is no known exact cause of Meniere’s, it most likely has something to do with increased pressure in the inner ear, which is full of a fluid known as endolymph Meniere’s disease can affect people of any age, people in their 40s and 50s are much more likely to experience it. Symptoms vary from person to person, and some will experience many attacks over several days, and others will have an isolated attack every once in a while.

Contact us if you face these symptoms