Ménière’s disease is a long term, progressive condition affecting the balance and hearing parts of the inner ear. It most commonly affects people aged 20-60. It’s uncommon in children. People suffering from this disease experience: dizziness with a spinning sensation, feel unsteady, feel or are sick, hear ringing, roaring or buzzing inside the ear or a sudden drop in hearing.
Hello when I stand after sitting and driving I fell like unstedy I can’t hear properly like sounds getting high and low each seconds …after 2 or 3 minutes only I came back normal hearing sounds…I have this problem from last 2 years …on starting stage I got ear infection and undergo nose operation they removed my inside nose tissues still i have this problem what can i do..
Atherosclerosis. With age and buildup of cholesterol and other deposits, major blood vessels close to your middle and inner ear lose some of their elasticity — the ability to flex or expand slightly with each heartbeat. That causes blood flow to become more forceful, making it easier for your ear to detect the beats. You can generally hear this type of tinnitus in both ears.