Living with Meniere's disease is truly uncomfortable. I know because I have Meniere's disease in both ears which is less common. We can go on the internet and read about Meniere's disease that is written by professionals. I am not a professional and I had to find a way to live with this disease because it can be very isolating, disturbing, depressing, miserable, so loud and distorted that you think you will lose your mind, so dizzy that you think it will never end but it does in my case go into remission, come out, go back into remission. However it seems when it is not in remission it will never end.
I found myself wishing I could lose all my hearing if it would help stop the terrible roaring but then I was thankful I did not when the symptoms would ease off. I have lived with this disease for years and I have lost part of my hearing due to this disease.
My meniere's is a bit unusual and even the ENT doctors did not understand until one of the older doctors more familiar figured it out and sent me off for testing. I was tested with some kind of pressure machine and was told "You may be surprised to know that you have it in both ears”. He said this because at the time it was only my left ear that was giving me so much trouble. It is uncommon to have it in both ears.
My suggestion is when you have a clear spell or remission learn to do all kinds of things. The more things you know how to do the more options you have during a spell. Learn sign language because it is possible that you might need it one day and you will be prepared if that should happen which is not the end of the world to not hear. Many people are deaf and lead a completely full life. Learn a craft to do with your hands.