What is Meniere’s Disease?

Meniere’s Disease is an inner-ear balance disorder that causes attacks of vertigo (a sense you or your environment is spinning), along with other symptoms, including tinnitus (noise in the ear), aural fullness (a feeling of pressure or pain in the ear), and fluctuating hearing loss.  To find out more about Meniere’s disease and other balance disorders, you may wish to visit the Vestibular Disorders Association web site at http://www.vestibular.org.