Ringing in the Ear

Ringing in the Ear

Tinnitus is a ringing or buzzing sound in the ear. It is caused by several reasons, including side effects of medications, ear and sinus infections, wax build-up, noise-induced hearing loss, and heart and blood vessel disease.

 It can be the first sign of hearing loss for older people.

Tinnitus can happen after a cold, an ear infection, or an injury to the head or neck. It might also happen if you have difficulty hearing and your brain tries to fill in what it thinks you should hear.

Some people who have tinnitus find it difficult to sleep or concentrate. Treatment includes stopping any medication causing the problem, avoiding loud noises, or addressing problems like infections. Tinnitus can also be treated with hearing aids or other devices.

There are many treatments for tinnitus, including avoiding stress, stopping medications, acupuncture, and surgery. The most common treatment is called tinnitus retraining therapy. It uses counseling and sound therapy to help people get used to the sound of their tinnitus so it doesn't bother them as much anymore.

However, there are certain things you should avoid if you have tinnitus because they may make it worse. These include loud noises, caffeine; alcohol; tobacco products; and go through with your doctor the list of your medications. 

Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common causes of tinnitus. Limiting your 

Exposure to loud noise will help prevent it from getting worse.

Pulsatile tinnitus is a rare type of tinnitus, like a rhythmic pulsing in the eat, usually in time with your heartbeat. 

Some people develop tinnitus for no apparent reason., Please check with your primary doctor or ENT. They will examine your head, throat, neck, ear, and nose. 

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*Disclaimer: We are not a medical provider. This is written for this article only and not for medical advice. Please consult your doctor. 

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