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Inner Ear Disorders

How to Diagnose Sinus & Inner Ear Problems

Sinus and inner ear problems are some of the most common health conditions in Americans, according to the book "Otolaryngolog...
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Exercises for Inner Ear Problems

Inner ear problems can affect many areas of your life, including your vision and balance. You can develop an inner ear disorder af...
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Itchy Inner Ears & Food Allergies

Food allergies seem common but only affect around 4 percent of adult Americans, according to the Mayo Clinic. Food allergies are m...
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Inner Ear Bumps

Bumps inside the ear seem to appear overnight, causing discomfort and making it difficult to hear in some cases. Although an ear b...
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Exercises for Labyrinthitis

Labyrinthitis is an inner-ear condition that can cause balance problems. The inner ear swells, generally after you've had a co...
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Vertigo Inner Ear Exercises

Vertigo occurs when otoliths, or mineral crystals normally present in the vestibule of your inner, become displaced and migrate in...
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Otolith Repositioning Exercises

Otoliths, also called canaliths, are tiny crystals that sit inside a specific portion of your inner ear and help orient your body ...
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Foods That Cause Inner Ear Problems

Your inner ear makes impulses that are sent to your brain where they are recognized as sound. These impulses also control your sen...
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Signs & Symptoms of Inner Ear Problems

The inner ear is made up of two distinct, fluid-filled parts: the vestibular labyrinth, which contains a series of loops called th...
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How to Improve Inner Ear Circulation

Inner ear circulation refers to the circulation of fluids and blood to the area. A disturbance in the circulation of either can le...
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