Tinnitus refers to a sensation of noise such as whirring or buzzing arising from within the ear.
Meniere's or vertigo refers to a sensation that the room is spinning and can be associated with vomiting. These symptoms often emanate from a middle ear disturbance.
||Behind the ear lobe at the highest point of the hollow between the jaw and the mastoid bone.|
||On the top of the head where an imaginary line between the top of the ears crosses a line from the nose to the top of the spine.|
||Half way between Sj21 and GB2 in front of the ear.|
||Situated on the top of the hand in the webbing between the thumb and forefinger, around the highest point of the raised area occurring when the thumb and forefinger are brought together.|
||In the hollow fromed in front of the lower notch of the ear when the jaw is opened.|
||In the hollow formed in front of the upper notch of the ear when the jaw is opened.|
||On top of the foot two thumb widths from the edge of the web between the 1st and 2nd toes.|
||Three thumb widths below the kneecap and on the outer side of the leg one thumb width from the outstanding angle of the leg bone. (for Nausea)|
||On the top of the forearm two thumb widths from the crease of the wrist between the two bones in the arm.|