Meniere's illness is a condition which affects the inner ear. It is associated with episodes of vertigo (a feeling of giddiness or spinning while moving head) which are spontaneous, along with hearing loss temporary/permanent, ringing in the ear (tinnitus), and typically a feeling of heaviness or pressure. It generally affects only one ear. Though Meniere's illness is considered a chronic persisting illness, there are numerous therapies and techniques to give relief from symptoms.
The Nationwide Institute on Deafness and Different Communication Problems (NIDCD) estimate that individuals in the United States are more affected than others.
Age: Individuals in their 40s and 50s are largely affected than people in different age groups, but it can occur in anybody, even children.