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What is Tinnitus (Ear Noise)?

Description of the condition

Tinnitus, or ear noise, is the perception of sounds without the presence of external acoustic stimuli. It is a common condition that can be temporary or constant. Tinnitus can vary in intensity and the type of sounds a person perceives.


  • Objective tinnitus - sounds that can be heard by a doctor when examining the ear with special medical equipment.
  • Subjective tinnitus - sounds that a person perceives, but cannot be heard during a ear examination.


The main symptom of tinnitus is the perception of sounds in the ears without the presence of external sound sources. These sounds can be of various nature: noise, ringing, buzzing, etc.


Tinnitus can be caused by various factors, including middle and inner ear infections, noise exposure, age-related changes, circulatory disorders, psychosomatic disorders, and others.


The diagnosis of tinnitus is based on the medical history, ear examination, as well as audiometry and other special tests.


The treatment of tinnitus depends on its cause. In some cases, treatment of the underlying condition may be required, in other cases, pharmacological drugs and physiotherapeutic methods may be used.


To prevent tinnitus, it is recommended to avoid noisy situations, use protective headphones when working with loud sound sources, monitor hearing health and promptly consult a doctor at the first signs of hearing problems.


Tinnitus is treated by an otolaryngologist.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.