There are several other conditions associated with vertigo.
Meniere’s disease can cause vertigo as a result of fluid buildup and changing pressure in the ear.
Vestibular neuritis, which sometimes occurs after an ear infection, can cause inflammation of the nerves in the ear, which results in vertigo symptoms.
Labyrinthitis causes inflammation of the inner ear and the vestibular nerve, which is responsible for the body’s motion and position. When the vestibular nerve is disturbed, it causes loss of balance and severe dizziness.