Ringing Sound In The Ear

Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, begins in the inner ear. Damage to or loss of sensory hair cells in the cochlea, or inner ear, is the most common cause. Tinnitus can manifest itself in a variety of ways, including ocean noises, ringing, buzzing, clicking, hissing, or whooshing.


Tinnitus Can Be Caused by a Variety of Factors.

What causes tinnitus? The ringing is caused by the cochlea, a region of your inner ear that resembles a snail shell. Tinnitus can be caused by changes in the nerve activity of the cochlea.

These Changes Can Be Caused By Any of the Following:

  1. Aspirin, ibuprofen, blood pressure drugs, and several antibiotics are among the pharmaceuticals.
  2. Meniere’s disease is an inner ear illness that is thought to be caused by fluid in the ear.
  3. Loud noises, such as jackhammers, chainsaws, and loud music, can cause hearing loss.
  4. A concussion is a brain injury.
  5. In your ears, there is a build-up of wax.
  6. Caffeine