Ménière’s disease is a long-term, progressive condition of the inner ear that damages both the organ of balance and the organ of hearing (cochlea). The main symptoms are acute episodic attacks of vertigo (spinning dizziness) and fluctuating levels of tinnitus and deafness. The frequency, suddenness and severity of these attacks can be very distressing and disabling.

Information Courtesy of:
The Ménière’s Society
98 Maybury Road
Woking
Surrey
GU21 5HX

Tel: 01483 740597
Fax: 01483 755441
Minicom: 01483 771207

Registered Charity No 297246

Email: The Meniere’s Society

Website: Ménière’s Society

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