Ear Diseases

Ear diseases can have a variety of causes and have a significant impact on quality of life. Common complaints include earache, sudden hearing loss and tinnitus. As the inner ear also consists of the organ of balance, dizziness can also be a typical symptom of ear diseases.

Possible diseases range from harmless infections to more complex problems such as otosclerosis or Menière’s disease.

  • Dizziness

    Dizziness is a common symptom ranging from temporary discomfort to severe loss of balance.

  • Hearing Loss

    Hearing loss can occur suddenly, mostly on one side, and can be triggered by factors such as stress.

  • Tinnitus

    Those affected by tinnitus hear sounds such as whistling, buzzing or humming, that do not come from external sources.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Ear Diseases

Accurate diagnosis requires a comprehensive medical history and clinical examination by an ENT specialist, possibly using audiometry, otoscopy, imaging techniques and blood tests.

Treatments vary depending on the cause and can range from medication to surgery. Early consultation when symptoms arise is crucial to avoid potential complications and ensure the best possible treatment.

Alternative approaches include strengthening the immune system through measures such as intestinal cleansing and various detoxification procedures. These range from the elimination of toxic metals to the regulation of the acid-base balance or a special blood purification, also known as INUSpheresis.

In the case of chronic, recurring ear diseases, a thorough search for the cause of the disease can provide an optimal basis for successful therapy.