Tinnitus

Tinnitus: Causes, Symptoms & Treatments

Tinnitus: Causes, Symptoms & Treatments

Last updated:Thursday, September 8, 2011Tinnitus is the medical term used to describe the presence of a noise in the head or ears. The noise varies from person to person and sometimes can be faint or loud, but the sounds are only heard from the person being affected. The sounds heard can often be so...

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The Facts About Tinnitus

The Facts About Tinnitus

Last updated:Thursday, September 8, 2011Tinnitus Basics Tinnitus is an annoying ringing or other sound in one’s ears. While most people with the condition hear a ringing sound, other sounds can also occur.  The sound is not external, but an internal sound that only the affected person can hear.  There can be a number of...

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Relief From Ringing Ears

Relief From Ringing Ears

Last updated:Thursday, September 8, 2011Ringing ears is also called tinnitus. This is a condition wherein you can hear in one or both ear a ringing, pulsating, buzzing or wheezing sound. The intensity may range anywhere from mild to agonizing, oftentimes interfering with your everyday life. In the subjective kind, the sufferer is the only...

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Common Underlying Causes Of Tinnitus

Common Underlying Causes Of Tinnitus

Last updated:Thursday, September 8, 2011Tinnitus is not a disease in itself but rather a symptom of another underlying condition. It presents itself as annoying phantom noises heard in the ear. Causes may vary from serious to mild. The majority are not threatening, but a few are dangerous. For most people symptoms will improve with...

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