Friday, 20 May 2016

Tinnitus is usually neurological- it happens from nerve damage to the cells of the inner ears
(cochlea.) But like other ailments, there are several possible explanations for tinnitus. There is an effective relief therapy available at our clinic, for more information visit

What are the symptoms of tinnitus?

Basically, tinnitus is a constant noise that you hear in your head- nobody else can hear it. Tinnitus sounds differ for each individual. Variances include volume, pitch, severity, and location.
Tinnitus can occur in one ear constantly, or it can switch from one ear to the next. Many hear ringing or whistling sounds in both ears at the same time.
People often describe their tinnitus using the following adjectives:

  • Ringing
  • Whistling
  • Buzzing
  • Whooshing
  • Buzzing
  • Chirping
  • Static
  • Hissing