Dunrobin Street Medical Centre raises attention on ear infections, Labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis


The Dunrobin Street Medical Centre in Stoke on Trent South Constituency in the United Kingdom has this time to spread awareness of inner ear infectious disease, Labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis, which usually affect one’s balance.

The Dunrobin Street Medical Centre is the United Kingdom’s leading Primary Medical Centre in Stoke on Trent, providing GP surgeries. It has continuously in its approach to offering medical solutions to its people.


Reportedly, Labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis are similar inner ear infections that affect one’s balance and cause hearing inflammation. These infections usually get better on their own within a few weeks. 

The causes of Labyrinthitis are as follows:-

  • dizziness or feeling that everything around is spinning (vertigo)
  • feeling unsteady and off balance – you might find it challenging to stay upright or walk in a straight line
  • feeling or being sick
  • hearing loss
  • ringing in your ears (tinnitus)

The symptoms of vestibular neuritis are similar to Labyrinthitis, which does not cause hearing aid or tinnitus.

However, there are things one can do to ease the symptoms if suffering from Labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis:-

– One should lie in a dark room if one feels very dizzy

– One must drink plenty of water if you’re sick – it’s best to drink little and often


– One should avoid noise and bright lights

– One must get enough sleep – tiredness can make it worse

– Start to go for walks outside as soon as possible – it may help to have someone with to be steady until become confident

– When going out and about, one should keep their eyes focused on a fixed object rather than looking around all the time

Further, For more information on Labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis, people can reach out or go to their official website:- https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/labyrinthitis/


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