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What Causes Buzzing In Your Head
Formication: Formication is the sense that something is crawling on your skin. It has many possible causes: menopause, Morgellon's Disease, allergies, skin cancer, syphilis, diabetic neuropathy, Lyme Disease, Herpes Zoster, pesticide exposure, mercury poisoning, alcohol withdrawal, medication /drug use such as: amphetamines, cocaine, Adderall or Ritalin (methylphenidate). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Difficult to answer: Difficult to answer without a lot more information. Best to see your physician -- it could be something simple like dehydration, but problems with blood pressure, the heart, and even the brain must be considered. Medications could certainly be responsible as well. Please see your doctor for more information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tinnitus: Tinnitus usually goes along with hearing loss. Nerve damage due to noise &/or aging often causes ringing. Medications: Aspirin or other non-steroidals (ibuprofen, aleve, (naproxen) etc.) cause tinnitus. Caffeine, nicotine, can increase tinnitus. Diuretics or certain antibiotics can cause it-- no medicine shown to cure tinnitus. Try masking noises like a fan or radio. Get ears and hearing checked. ...Read more
Col head: You are cold headeaded From the symptoms you describe, it sounds that it could be a circulatory disturbance (due to compression of blood vessels) or a nerve pinched. This may occurs due to any clots in blood vessels, excessive alcohol use or diabetes. I would suggest evaluating all the possibilities with the help of a doctor first. Further referral to a neurologist will surely help you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm sorry: I apologize, I don't think too many of us will be able to help you because this isn't enough information to go by to adequately provide you with information that may be helpful. I'm not sure what you mean by "jumping" at all, and would need to know when it occurs, what you're doing when it happens, is it actually painful, are there other symptoms with it? Maybe rephrase it with more information? ...Read more
See a physician.: You probably have a cervical strain. You should consult your physician. Your symptoms are caused due to muscle spasm. Your physician can prescribe you some nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication and muscle relaxants and or physical therapy which will help to alleviate your pain. ...Read more
Tinnitus: Ringing in ear is a kind of degenerative process that is more common in people who had been exposed to loud noises, but can happen to everybody. Might stay for the rest of your life. If it is associated with dizziness, or hearing loss, then needs evaluation. White noise at bed site might mask the ringing in ear. People gets frustrated, but you need to know that it is not a dangerous condition. ...Read more
Migraine: Throbbing pain in the head may be due to migraine headache or tension headache. Migraine headaches are typically incapacitating whereas tension headache are more tolerable. Both treated differently. Inciting causes are stress, fatigue, poor hydration, poor diet or skipping meals and poor sleep. ...Read more
Blood Pressure.: Every time your heart beats, it pushes blood through all of your arterial blood vessels. Because so much blood flows to your head relative to other parts of your body, you can feel the pulsations that you describe as "throbbing." Dr. Anne ...Read more
Lots of things...: Tinnitus or ringing of the ears is a tough diagnosis. It certainly can be from exposure to loud noises, wax impactions, fluid in the middle ear and the side affect of many medications. Rarely it can be caused by something more serious like a tumor pressing against the cochlear nerve. Anything that can cause hearing loss also can cause tinnitus. It is a common complaint but tough to fix. ...Read more
Loud indistinguishable screaming voices in my head accompanied with strange feelings in my head and body. What are the possibilities of a brain tumor?
Low but not zero: Sounds as if you are having auditory hallucinations and while i couldn't definitively rule out a brain tumor simply based on what you've said, my opinion is that it's not as likely as other diagnostic possibilities. Nevertheless, i think a solid neurological examination and an imaging study of the brain are well worth the trouble. All the best. ...Read more
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