November 12, 2008

Low Roar In Ears

More and more people are suffering from tinnitus and the number keeps on growing everyday. In America alone, there is an estimated 50 million people have tinnitus. The ringing experience or head noises are not coming from the external source but inside the ear. It transpires as low roar in ears or a high squeal and could be intermittent or eternal. Continues ringing in ears can be annoying and infuriating taking control of your life and impeding your ability to do things normally. In most cases, suffering from tinnitus has difficulty in hearing, trouble in sleeping and concentrating due to severe tinnitus.

The symptoms of tinnitus vary from one person to another since there are several reasons why the ear is ringing. The possible causes of tinnitus are cochlear damage from exposure to sudden or loud sound and hard blow to the head from accident, stress, sinus and Maniere’s disease. Other causes include, earwar buildup, prolonged medication to ototoxic drugs, cardiovascular diseases, ear injuries and much more. All this causes the roaring in ears.

There is no certain cure for tinnitus until today but it doesn’t mean you have to live with it forever. If tinnitus is seem aggravating, you must consult a health professional to find out the cause of the disorder. A thorough evaluation of underlying causes and other factors that contribute to the ringing sensation in the ear will help tinnitus treatment easier to facilitate.

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