Chills and sweating. Chills and sweating are actually a result of the extended period of dizziness and vertigo that a person experiences. Like the queasiness, vomiting, and even diarrhea, chills and sweating are a direct result of vertigo that is a central symptom of Meniere’s disease. Doctors generally prescribe medication to reduce vertigo, and this causes a reduction in the other symptoms, including chills and sweating, as well.
Intense exhaustion. While people suffering from a great many ailments and infections experience feelings of exhaustion, with Meniere’s disease it has been found that exhaustion can directly cause a flare up of the disease and cause an attack of intense vertigo and other symptoms. With this in mind, it is highly recommended that a person suffering from Meniere’s disease reduce their everyday activities and stress so that they don’t touch the threshold of exhaustion and tiredness that can result in an attack.