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Ringing, Roaring, Whishing and whistling are but are few of the many sounds heard by those suffering with TINNITUS.

In order to get some relief, we need to understand the condition.

What is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is not a disease but merely a symptom, that results from a wide range of conditions. Most of the conditions are ear related but can also be caused by allergy, drug and sinus related condition that may cause the symptoms of tinnitus.

Our inner ear contains hundred of thousands of minute hairs, called stereocilia, which vibrate in response to sound waves, and cells which convert neural signals back into acoustical vibrations. The sensing cells are connected to the vibratory cells through a neural feedback loop.

Our brain controls the amplification of these wave length and normally adjusted them just below onset of self-oscillation, which gives the ear spectacular sensitivity and selectivity. If something changes, it is easy for the delicate adjustment to cross the barrier of oscillation, and tinnitus results. Loud music kills these stereocillia and as a result our neurons create unwanted noises.

What causes Tinnitus?

Ageing is one of the most common causes of tinnitus and can often be a side effect of congenital hearing loss. Tinnitus usually affects people from the age of 50.

Here are some other causes of Tinnitus:

  • Ear infection
  • Ear wax
  • Foreign body in the external ear
  • Loud noise exposure
  • Meniere's Disease
  • Some medications such as aspirin
  • Otosclerosis
  • Trauma or injury resulting from a blast or explosion
  • Serious problems such as a brain aneurysm or a brain tumor

Another possible mechanism underlying tinnitus is damage to the receptor cells. Receptor cells can also get damage by exposure to long durations of loud noises. Although receptor cells can be regenerated from the adjacent supporting deiter cells. Our deiter cells are known to only be produced during embryogenesis.

Ear Infections and ear disorders can also produce unwanted noise, however these can be easily diagnosed and sometimes treated quite successfully.

Diagnosing Tinnitus?

The most simple test of one's hearing ability is called 'pure tone audiometry' where you listen to a range of beeps these are called pure tones. The patient is then asked to indicate by pressing a button when these pure tones can be heard. The loudness of each tone is reduced until the patient can just hear the tone, this is called your hearing thresholds which is then marked on a graph called an audiogram.

An audiogram is a ‘picture’ of your hearing, which indicates how much your hearing varies from the norm and, if there is a hearing loss, where the problem might be located.

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