I saw it mentioned in this chatMénière's disease (pronounced /meɪnˈjɛərz/) is a disorder of the inner ear that can affect hearing and balance to a varying degree. It is characterized by episodes of vertigo and tinnitus and progressive hearing loss, usually in one ear. It is caused by lymphatic channel dilation, affecting the drainage of endolymph. It is named after the French physician Prosper Ménière, who first reported that vertigo was caused by inner ear disorders in an article published in 1861. The condition affects people differently; it can range in intensity from being a mild annoyance to a chronic, lifelong disability
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Can Hansbrough be a legit starter for the Pacers?
Tyler has an inner ear issue - which I believe is Meniere's Disease - mainly because I have it too. - the Pacers won't say and I have not seen Tyler since I heard about his issue to talk to him about it.
From what I was told Tyler suffers from pretty bad symptoms, including dizziness, and vertigo (fortunately I don't) - the good news is you can be very functional with this condition if you manage your sodium.
The bad news is it effects your balance and coordination pretty severally and running up and down the court is something he'll have to learn to adjust to.
I think Tyler has to get back on the court and prove he can play 80 plus games before we can talk about him as a starter.