Dizziness Vertigo and Meniere’s Disease – Differences and Treatment
Dizziness is a very broad term that has no specific medical definition. Many times people complain of dizziness but are in fact referring to different types of symptoms that are often chalked up as “dizziness”. Some examples are vertigo, light-headedness, and Meniere’s Disease.
To better define dizziness the symptoms and types have to be defined as well. Since dizziness is only felt and observed by the patient, ENT doctors find it very hard to take note of and treat. Only the patient may tell how severe the pain is and how it feels. Continue reading