Different Sounds of Tinnitus

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For those who are suffering from tinnitus it is very difficult to explain what is really happening with them. There are different sounds of tinnitus; this might confuse the patients suffering from tinnitus. It is very important to learn about this disorder so as to know well about what are sounds of tinnitus. If you will educate yourself about this disorder then you will know the various causes of sounds of tinnitus and also the ways to treat the sounds of tinnitus.

The various sounds of tinnitus are the mystery that remains unsolved when it comes to this disorder named tinnitus. There are several kinds of sounds that the person suffering from tinnitus might hear that even the doctors and specialists treating the conditions will find it mysterious. If you are suffering from tinnitus then you might have experienced these sounds of tinnitus by now. There are chances that some people will hear only one kind of sound while some may hear all the different sounds of tinnitus. These sounds can be sometimes so loud that they will make you go crazy.

In some cases those who are near you will also be able to hear some strange noises coming from your ears but mostly only those who suffer from tinnitus get to hear these noises. Some of the sounds of tinnitus are – ringing, buzzing, hissing, chirping, pulsing, rushing and whizzing, etc. Some even hear sounds like breaking of a glass and sounds of chainsaws. There are also few, who get rhythmic sounds of tinnitus that can be heard with each pulse. This condition is called as pulsatile tinnitus.  Depending upon the symptoms the actual type of tinnitus can be determined.

The sounds of tinnitus will have different intensity in each and every person. Some sufferers will hear mild noises and some others will get to hear loud thumping noises. Also some hear the sounds of tinnitus in only one ear while others hear them in both the ears. It is better to note down the different sounds of tinnitus that you are getting in order to provide proper information about your condition to the doctor.

Source by Tim Hdahfjakfn

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