Meniere’s Disease Causes Hearing Loss

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Meniere’s disease Is a condition that affects the inner ear resulting in loss of hearing.


Suffering from hearing loss can be due to constant exposure to loud noise as well as an illness. In this article we will go over Meniere’s disease. A condition that affects the inner ear resulting in trouble with balance and loss of hearing.

What causes this condition? The cuases include suffering a head injury, a middle ear infection and syphilis. According to the National Center of Biotechnology (NCBI), Meniere’s disease can also occur due to allergies, the use of alcohol, smoking, stress, and an infection of the respiratory system, among others.

NCIB states that some of the signs and symptoms of this condition affecting your hearing health, include diarrhea, headaches, dizziness, severe nausea, vomiting, and sweating. Unfortunately, there is no cure for this disease, but there are ways, which can help improve this condition. These include the reduction of sodium in your diet, as well as taking water pills (diuretics) to reduce the fluid pressure in the inner ear.

If you would like to find out more about Meniere’s Disease, contact your local Hidden Hearing branch or clinic and make an appointment with an Audiologist. Call 1800 377 000 or visit our website

Specializing in digital hearing aids in Ireland, Hidden Hearing has created a new concept in patient care. A place patients get the information they need to make a good decision about their hearing loss and hearing aids

Source: PRLog (Press Release) – Mar 08, 2011


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