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Ménière’s disease

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The Ménière’s disease is related to a change in the liquid volume in the inner ear. Symptoms include dizziness, high-pitched ringing in the ear (tinnitus), and periodic hearing loss. The exact cause remains unknown. There is no known cure for the disease but reducing pressure in the inner ear helps relieve symptoms.

Source: GreenFacts

Related words:

Dyslexia - Ear - Hearing loss - Tinnitus

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