Ménière’s disease (syndrome) is believed to involve a change in the fluid level of your inner ear, usually only one. This disease’s sudden attack may occur regularly or very infrequently, and at varying frequencies, durations, and intensities.
Ménière’s disease can cause:
- severe dizziness
- fluctuating hearing loss
- pressure or pain sensation in affected ear
Presently, there is no cure for Ménière’s disease. However, treatment for its debilitating symptoms is by reducing your body’s fluid retention through salt reduction dietary changes and medication.