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The inner ear plays a role in processing hearing, but the balance (vestibular) portion of the inner ear is also responsible for orienting the body in space. The semicircular canals of the inner ear are filled with fluid, the motion of which determines signals that are sent to the brain. When the inner ear and other senses send mixed signals, it results in the feeling of dizziness. While there are many types of dizziness, Meniere’s disease is mentioned because it is often accompanied by hearing loss. Initially, sound sensitivity, then progress to episodes of vertigo and hearing loss. Eventually, most Meniere’s sufferers experience some degree of permanent hearing loss.

If you experience any signs or symptoms of Meniere’s disease, see your doctor. Because any one of these problems may be the result of other illnesses, it’s important to get an accurate diagnosis as soon as possible. To schedule an exam, please call EAR & HEARING CLINIC. As registered members of the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario, we are among the highest qualified regulated hearing health care professionals in Canada. “Hear the Sound of Life.”

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