Meniere’s disease is an inner ear problem that affects your hearing and balance. It normally occurs in only one ear at a time. But over time, it develops in the other ear in up to half of those who have it. Meniere’s disease can cause symptoms that come on quickly and last from hours to days. During an attack, you may have: vertigo, a roaring or hissing in the ear, hearing loss, and/or a feeling of pressure in the ear. Atlas misalignment places measurable stress on the brain stem and the pain sensitive surrounding tissue. Also, blood supply to the brain is often compromised. Another primary issue that directly causes seizure disorders is disruption in cerebro-spinal fluid, which is crucial for proper brain function.