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  • tinnitus from noise damage
  • tinnitus from trauma or stress
  • tinnitus from allergies or sinus
  • tinnitus from meniere's disease

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Why do I have Roaring in Ears?

[imwb_socialbuzz] By John On February 19, 2013 Under Tinnitus

 Do You Have A Loud Roaring Sound In Your Ears?

Does it feel as if you are losing control and cannot understand why you have this dreadful roaring in ears sounds?

  • There is really nothing worse than experiencing a constant continuous noise that affects one’s quality of life and ability to concentrate on important everyday tasks.

Silence is something that is always taken for granted but is so very necessary for our sanity.

The fact that you are hearing a roaring sound means that you can assume, with a high degree of probability, that your tinnitus is being caused by stress, anxiety or possibly some  traumatic life event.

The video below will explain this to you in far more detail. Watch the video now.

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How to recognise when we are stressed

The experience of stress varies widely in different people. Here are some possible signs of stress to look out for, in your body, thinking and behaviour. You may already be aware of some of these indicators of stress. It may be that you have not recognised others as stress related.

Signs of stress in your body

  • Feeling tense
  • Quickened heart beat
  • Breathlessness or a change in your breathing, e.g. lots of yawning or sighing
  • Churning stomach, ‘butterflies’ or nausea
  • Sweating
  • Needing the toilet (empty bowels/bladder)
  • Poor concentration
  • Disrupted sleep”
Now that you are more informed about the causes of roaring in the ears (most likely stress) you will find that it is easier to understand what is causing this condition and perhaps be able to prevent further problems with your ears in the future.
 NIH





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