Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears)
Symptoms and causes
What are the symptoms of tinnitus?
Tinnitus symptoms vary with each person who has it. But universally, it’s the sensation of a prolonged noise that you “hear” in your ear. Most describe the noise as “ringing in the ears,” though others describe it as hissing, buzzing, whistling, roaring or chirping.
For some, tinnitus is infrequent or temporary and “not that bad” — noticeable mostly when their surroundings are still and quiet. For others, the noise is severe and constant — seemingly impossible to ignore profoundly affecting their quality of life.
Up to 90% of people
with tinnitus also have
noise-induced hearing loss.
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