Meniere’s disease is a type of sensorineural disorder, or nerve-related disorder of the inner ear, that causes vertigo, tinnitus (sensation of ringing in the ear), hearing loss and a feeling of congestion or fullness in the ear.
The development of technology and industry has led to an increasingly loud society where noise-induced hearing loss is widespread. Industrial machines, loud music, use of earbuds, heavy car traffic, and fireworks are some prominent sources of noise-induced hearing loss.
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