Experiencing dizziness can be very disorienting and confusing. Meniere's disease is a condition where the part of your ear which helps your body know your position in space isn't working properly. It makes sense, therefore, that you would feel dizzy when that part of your ear isn't functioning the way it should. Many other conditions can have dizziness as a symptom, but making sure your nervous system is functioning correctly could help alleviate your dizziness.

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