It’s not easy living with vertigo. It’s also known as Meniere’s disease, and is the byproduct of poor inner ear balance. Aside from dizziness, there are other symptoms associated with Meniere’s. They include nausea, shaky hands, profuse sweating, eye movement, and a loss of orientation. It’s no easy affliction to live with, and it can cause quite a bit of discomfort among sufferers.
It’s not just an inconvenience, either. Meniere’s can pose a significant risk to one’s well-being and safety. Imagine getting dizzy and losing your bearing while driving, or operating machinery. Episodes, or short bursts of time when symptoms flare up, can last between 20 seconds and four hours. Vertigo can be life-threatening.
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