Tinnitus Causes

by admin on March 21, 2011

It’s important to realize that tinnitus in itself is not a disease, rather it reflects a problem that’s already happening in our body.

What Are The Tinnitus Causes?

The most common cause of tinnitus is hearing loss or trama caused to the ears.  When we experience hearing loss, or trama that causes our ears to not function as well as they used, the brain gets somewhat confused.

The brain was accustomed to a certain level of sound.  When that sound diminishes, or goes away, the brain makes up its own sound to compensate for the loss of sound that it’s been accustomed to.  This is the most common form of Tinnitus.

Hearing loss is a normal part of the aging process, but certain drugs, such as asprin, or certain powerful anti-biotics can also contribute to hearing loss.  Excessive noise is also a trama that leads to a percentage of hearing loss.

The way it works is that the cochlea, the part of the ear that sends the sound signal to the brain becomes damaged and doesn’t allow us to hear very well.

Tinnitus can become worse due to ear infections, or excessive wax in the ears.  With tinnitus that is caused by hearing loss, both ears are typically affected in the same way.

There are other types of tinnitus as well and those are reflections of other diseases that maybe happening in the body, such as tumors.  These forms are rare and not as common as the ones caused by hearing loss.  We will address them in a separate article.

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