Tag: Underlying causes of tinnitus

Tinnitus: Temporary or Chronic?

Ear Ringing: Temporary or Chronic?

This article discusses what tinnitus is, what its possible causes may be, whether it is temporary or chronic, and how it can be treated. Tinnitus can be caused by many factors such as hearing loss, high blood pressure, ear infections, stress or anxiety, trauma or injury. Temporary tinnitus is usually caused by factors such as infection or loud noise and can go away on its own over time, while chronic tinnitus may be a symptom of an underlying health problem and may need to be treated.

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Tinnitus, Can Be Associated with Vascular Problems?

Can Tinnitus be Associated with Vascular Problems?

In this article, the causes of tinnitus and its relationship with vascular problems will be explained. Although tinnitus is generally thought to be caused by a dysfunction in the inner ear structures, recent research indicates that tinnitus may also be related to vascular problems. This article emphasizes the need to investigate vascular problems in people with tinnitus and discusses research conducted by experts on the subject.

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Tinnitus: Can it be Caused by Acoustic Neuroma or Meniere's Disease?

Tinnitus: Can it be caused by Acoustic Neuroma or Meniere’s Disease?

In this article, information is provided about acoustic neuroma and Meniere’s disease, which are among the causes of tinnitus. While hearing loss, stress, ear infections, high blood pressure, and ear trauma are among the causes of tinnitus, acoustic neuroma can cause tinnitus due to abnormal growths in the hearing nerve cells. Meniere’s disease is a disorder that occurs as a result of increased fluid pressure in the inner ear and is accompanied by symptoms such as tinnitus, dizziness, hearing loss, and a feeling of fullness in the ear.

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