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When Ear Ringing Suddenly

Sudden ear ringing may often be experienced by some people. Although not severe, but this condition can be very annoying especially when you're busy activity. What cause?

The sudden ear ringing is known in the medical world with tinnitus, symptoms due to problems in the ear or brain. About 10 to 15 percent of the population in the world often experience this condition.

Tinnitus is a ringing or other type of sound that seems to come from the ear or head. In many cases tinnitus is not a serious problem, but rather a disorder that can eventually be overcome.

Although tinnitus is not no cure for various causes, but good care and treatment can help manage the condition.

Sudden ringing in the ears is often sounded like a phone ringing or other sounds such as hissing, whistling, buzzing or roaring. People who suffer from it can hear the sound ringing with high or low tone.

Reported by LIVESTRONG on Saturday (01/08/2011), tinnitus can occur for many reasons, among others:

     Damage to the tiny hairs in the ear
     Meniere's disease, namely disorders because of pressure of fluid in the inner ear, usually accompanied by vertigo (headache seemed to revolve).
     Overdose of drugs such as aspirin
     Disorders of blood vessels in the ear
     Hearing loss
     Loud voice
     The presence of infection in the ear


There is no specific treatment for tinnitus. Sometimes the disease goes away by itself or even the opposite is permanently disabled.

According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, in patients with chronic tinnitus, hearing aids, cochlear implants, and counseling can help improve the tone of voice and relieve tinnitus suffered.
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