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Why do I have ringing in my ears as I fall asleep?

Why do I have ringing in my ears as I fall asleep?

It's always there: You don't just have it while you sleep... It's there all the time but you notice it while you are falling asleep because the ambient noise during the day that would normally mask it is starting to decrease around the house... "the house is quiet." the ringing (tinnitus) is usually nothing serious, but you may want to have your hearing checked. Also check my health tips http://tinyurl.Com/42dosks. ...Read more

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Why do I have dizziness, ringing in my ears, and uncontrolled shivering?

Why do I have dizziness, ringing in my ears, and uncontrolled shivering?

Need seen: dizziness, assuming you mean vertigo or the sensation of spinning and/or falling and ringing in ears or tinnitus is a sign of irritation or injury of the 8th cranial nerve or the nerve responsible for hearing and balance regulation. The shivering has got me a little perplexed. Could be that you have a viral infection, causing you to shiver and this can irritate this nerve as well causing sx. ...Read more

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I have this strange ringing in my ears for a few days now also redness from something called tinnitus. What can I do to cure this?

I have this strange ringing in my ears for a few days now also redness from something called tinnitus. What can I do to cure this?

See a doc: If you have tinnitus and your eardrums are red it may very well be that there is an ear infection or possibly there was trauma to the ear. In any event a trip to the doc is warranted for evaluation and determination if you need antibiotics or other treatment. ...Read more

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If i get my ears cleaned, will tinnitus possibly disappear?

If i get my ears cleaned, will tinnitus possibly disappear?

Maybe: Tinnitus, by blocking the conduction of external sounds will make tinnitus seem louder. Therefore, if ear wax is impairing your hearing, it's removal can improve the tinnitus. ...Read more

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I have slight and intermittent tinnitus from my earbuds. Besides giving my ears a break from the earbuds, is there something i can do to help my ears?

I have slight and intermittent tinnitus from my earbuds. Besides giving my ears a break from the earbuds, is there something i can do to help my ears?

No: Tinnitus is a central problem secondary to increased electrical activity from the auditory nervous system. There is no medical therapy for this problem. The earbuds (please explain) are not producing the tinnitus. What exactly do you mean by ear buds and perhaps i can give you a more specific answer. If there is no hearing loss and the tinnitus is slight, i would not do anything. ...Read more

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I have continues tinnitus in my ears is it dangerous and please give me reasons I'm 18?

I have continues tinnitus in my ears is it dangerous and please give me reasons I'm 18?

Loud music: The most common cause of ringing in the ears and an 18-year-old is a listening to loud music or playing loud music. I suggest you have an audiological valuation done to see where things stand with your hearing and to discuss your tinnitus. Other causes of tinnitus include high blood pressure excessive use of aspirin and other medications rarely is it due to nerve tumors at your age ...Read more

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I had last 10 days Tinnitus in my ears. I haven't been exposed to any noise environment, neither accident. It's like you hear vibration. Any medicine?

I had last 10 days Tinnitus in my ears. I haven't been exposed to any noise environment, neither accident. It's like you hear vibration. Any medicine?

Long list of causes: List of causes of Tinnitus is very long. From Eustachian tube dysfunction, medication, vascular malformations , tumors, middle ear muscle spasms to temperomandibular joint problems. See a good ENT doctor who will take thorough history and arrow down the cause specific for your tinnitus symptoms. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have tinnitus and hyperacusis caused by TMD. Does TMD damage my ears and will it get worse over time?

I have tinnitus and hyperacusis caused by TMD. Does TMD damage my ears and will it get worse over time?

It can: Tmj/tmd can exhibit many symptoms, including tinnitus (ringing in the ear and neck pain. But a neck problem can also be causing the TMJ and/or the tinnitus. So it can be related or maybe not. Many people have tinnitus without having any TMJ issues. I would try and see an ent. Tinnitus is a difficult problem to solve. Sometimes it can be caused by poor blood flow from the neck up. ...Read more

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