inner ear or vestibular disorder can strike anyone from men,
and children at any time of their lives.
most common signs of a vestibular disorder are dizziness,
unsteadiness, nausea, and vertigo which is a sensation of
the room spinning around you.
some cases the symptoms can be mild and infrequent, while
in other cases the symptoms can result in a total life style
your vestibular system interacts with your nervous system
you may also experience other symptoms such as blurry or
bouncing vision, muscle aches, headaches, memory loss, and
commonly a ringing sound in your ears known as tinnitus.
For a complete list of symptoms please visit the symptoms page.
most common vestibular disorders are listed below to learn
more about each of them please visit the causes page.
Vestibular Neuronitis Labyrinthitis
Mal de Debarquement
Migraine Assoiatecd Vertigo (MAV)
Benign Paroxysmal Positional (BPPV)
Eustachian Tube Dysfunction
Autoimmune Inner Ear Disorder