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7.3) Are there any known environmental causes of Meniere's Disease, or is it one of those things that "just happens" to people?




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This article is from the Tinnitus FAQ, by markb@cccd.edu (Mark Bixby) with numerous contributions by others.

7.3) Are there any known environmental causes of Meniere's Disease, or is it one of those things that "just happens" to people?

One possible cause is Diabetes. Other than that no one that I
have spoken with knows. It may also be hereditary. Usually
doesn't show up until later in life 40 and beyond, and can burn
itself out in 3 - 5 years. Some have it earlier in life (me at
35) and could have it the rest of our lives.

 

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