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The cause of tinnitus can range from exposure to loud noises to something more serious, like high blood pressure.

The cause of tinnitus can range from exposure to loud noises to something more serious, like high blood pressure.

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  • 1. http://www.megavista-health.com/articles/health-conditions/remedies-for-tinnitus-relief
  • 2.
    • Prevalent problem
    • Usually a short-term annoyance
    • Mild or severe
    • Ringing, whooshing, or pulsating in the ears
    • Disruption of daily activities
  • 3.
    • More common over age 65
    • More common in Caucasian males
    • Exposure to occupational/lifestyle noise
    • Hearing loss (natural occurrence of aging)
  • 4.
    • Underlying condition
      • Hearing loss
      • High blood pressure
      • Stress
    • Noise exposure
      • Rock concert
      • Explosion
      • Heavy machinery
  • 5.
    • Tinnitus with an identified cause
      • Tinnitus caused by this underlying cause should resolve on its own following treatment
    • Tinnitus with an unknown cause
      • More difficult to treat
  • 6.
    • Ear wax blockage
    • Growth of a bony mass on the cochlea
    • Aneurysm or brain tumor (uncommon)
    • Blood-related disorders or diseases
      • High blood pressure
      • Atherosclerosis
      • Turbulent blood flow (caused by a kinked or blocked artery)
  • 7.
    • Medications can actually be a cause of tinnitus
      • Aspirin
      • Antibiotics
      • Some cancer drugs
  • 8.
    • Don’t resign yourself to a life of dealing with constant ringing in your ears!
    • In addition to treating the underlying cause, a number of holistic treatments claim to be highly effective in treating or curing tinnitus.
    • Take action today to take your life back!
    • Visit: http://www.megavista-health.com/articles/health-conditions/remedies-for-tinnitus-relief