User:Sonus Complete Review 8
Exposure to loud noises for extended Sonus Complete periods is of course not the only cause of tinnitus but it is one of the leading causes. Other things that can cause tinnitus are: prescription and non prescription medications impacted earwax otosclerosis (fixation of the tiny stirrup bone in the middle ear) Meniere's disease (swelling of a duct in the ear)
extreme trauma or stress degeneration of the small bones in the middle ear (wear and tear) Turbulent flow of blood through the blood vessels near the ear (caused by malformed blood vessels or tumors placing pressure on the blood vessels near the ear.) If you suffer from tinnitus that is so severe you can't live with it then, you should see a doctor to determine the exact cause. Once you know exactly what is causing it you can begin to look into treatment options.
Tinnitus > noun Medicine ringing or buzzing in the ears.-ORIGIN Latin, from tinnire 'to ring, tinkle'. (Oxford Concise Dictionary.) The ringing or buzzing you hear in your ears that is referred to as tinnitus is not a disease but rather a symptom of a problem within the auditory system. Most people who suffer from tinnitus generally describe the sounds they hear as ringing there is however, some that describe it as buzzing, roaring, humming, and even whistling.