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Rushing Noise In Head

[imwb_socialbuzz] By John On December 23, 2008 Under Ringing In Ears, Tinnitus Relief

Tinnitus can be described as “ringing” ears and other head noises that are perceived in the absence of any external source of sound or noise. It is projected that 1 out of every 5 people likely to experience some degree of tinnitus. The condition can be temporary experience that disappears by itself or becomes permanent discomfort that you have to deal all your life.

Many sufferers might also have experienced tinnitus sound like high-pitched background noise similar to the sound generated by some computer monitors or television sets. Other tinnitus experiences are chirping crickets, bells, roaring or rushing noise in head. This tinnitus type is classified as objective tinnitus where a sufferer may experience a rhythmic rushing noise caused but their own pulse commonly known as pulsatile tinnitus.

Objective pulsatile tinnitus is usually caused by vascular problems, rhythmic muscle contraction and inner ear problems or perhaps a developing tumor. The sound of tinnitus in this form is audible using a stethoscope. The sufferer can also hear the rushing noise in head from other causes such as TMJ, or malformation of the arteries or veins located in the head or neck which may require surgery to solve the problem.

Cardiovascular problems also cause pulsating in ears such as high blood pressure. The sudden or increased blood flow to the nerves can be heard in the ear often syncing with your own heart beat. Thus, it is advised that blood pressure should be maintained in normal level to avoid risk of heart attack, stroke or even death. This can be achieved by practicing proper diet and regular exercise which are proven effective tinnitus treatments to help lower the blood pressure.

In order to rule out the possible causes of pulsatile tinnitus or the rushing noise in the head, several testing procedure should be undertaken such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA) Ultrasound. This will make the problem with rushing noises in head easily to direct.

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Charles

December 29, 2013

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