If you have vertigo, what causes the problem is that calcium carbonate crystals get displaced. If you want to stop the dizziness, there’s a maneuver that shifts the crystals to a less sensitive location in the ear. It’s called the Epley maneuver, and in one study the success rate was 93.4 percent. Another exercise isRead More →

Tinnitus is caused when microscopic endings of the hearing nerve are damaged in the inner ear. It can also be a symptom of another condition, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, thyroid problems, allergies, neck injuries, or head injuries, such as TMJ. It is noted for its ringing, whooshing, humming, whistling, pulsing, or buzzing noises heard inRead More →