Citizens Advice has said an extra room "can be a lifeline" for a disabled person, calling it "as vital as a guide dog or a wheelchair".
Chief executive Gillian Guy said for many people a spare room "is essential to their wellbeing" as it is needed for dialysis equipment or room for a carer.
Ms Guy said: "Many sick and disabled people have bedrooms which have been adapted to help them to cope with their condition.
"Moving disabled people out of their houses is not only a potential risk to their health, but can cost the individuals affected and councils significant amounts of money if they need to start from scratch in a new home."
More top news
Noise exposure was by far the biggest risk to developing the condition which brings on ringing, buzzing or whistling sounds in the ear.
A new music video features a host of celebrities enjoying a party on board a Virgin Trains service operating a ‘final journey’ from 1997 to
Leader Jeremy Corbyn will be in Birmingham to announce the full-scale of his party’s vision for government.