When you first experience a ringing in the
ears it can be a somewhat bewildering experience, because you do not where the sounds are coming
from. Are they real or are you imagining them? Sometimes you may hear them for only a short
period of time, then they vanish leaving you wondering if you actually heard them in the
first placeÉ It is a very confusing condition at first
as it comes and goes at random times, seemingly without cause.
At other times you may hear extremely loud noises out of the blue also for relatively
short periods of time. It is normally only when those ringing noises
in your ears start to affect your quality of life, your sleeping pattern, your ability
to concentrate, your health and maybe even your social life, that you actually start
to take notice of this debilitating condition which is called tinnitus.
If you are at that stage, or you have decided to get rid the tinnitus, your best bet is
to try and learn as much about the condition known as tinnitus, as you can.
Try to figure out what aggravates it, what helps it, what triggers it in the first place.
Does it worse when you are tired or stressed? The more information you actually have about
a ringing in the ears, the better you will be able to bring under control and eventually
get to the stage where it actually doesn’t bother you any more.
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