Buzzing in the head

Buzzing in the head. There are many different causes of tinnitus, but one of the most common is being exposed to loud or long-lasting sounds from outside. Other causes can be impaired hearing, ear diseases, drugs, stress, blood pressure, anemia or other diseases that affect the auditory nerve or blood vessels in the head.

Have you ever experienced a buzzing in your head or ears? Perhaps you've heard a buzzing, ringing, howling or pulsating sound that doesn't seem to be coming from an outside source? Then you may have suffered from tinnitus, a condition in which you hear sounds that have no external source.

Tinnitus is a very common problem that can affect people of all ages. Approximately 10-15 percent of the population has some form of tinnitus. For many, the tinnitus is mild and goes away on its own or with the help of simple measures. But for some, tinnitus can be so loud and bothersome that it affects their quality of life and mental health.

There are many different causes of tinnitus, but one of the most common is being exposed to loud or long-lasting sounds from outside. Other causes can be impaired hearing, ear diseases, drugs, stress, blood pressure, anemia or other diseases that affect the auditory nerve or blood vessels in the head.

In this article we will explain what a ringing in the head is and how it can be treated. We will also give you some tips on how you can prevent and alleviate the problems of whizzing in the head.

Why is your head buzzing and how does it feel?

Buzzing in the head can be tinnitus, which means that you hear a sound that is created by the hearing organ itself and that does not come from outside. The sound can be constant or come and go. It can also vary in strength, pitch and character. Some experience a faint buzzing or buzzing in the head or ears. Others hear a loud screeching, beeping or ringing sound. Some hear a pulsating sound that follows the heartbeat.

Hearing the buzzing in your head can be very disturbing and affect your everyday life in different ways. For example, it can make it difficult to sleep, concentrate, listen to others or enjoy silence. It can also lead to stress, worry, irritation, depression or anxiety.

What can cause the buzzing in the head?

There are many different causes, but one of the most common is that you have been exposed to loud or prolonged noise from outside. It can be, for example, music, traffic, machines or weapons. Loud sounds can damage the tiny hair cells in the inner ear that convert sound waves into nerve signals. When the hair cells are damaged, they can send incorrect signals to the brain that are interpreted as sound.

Other causes of buzzing in the head can be :

There is no cure for tinnitus, but there are ways to relieve the symptoms and learn to live with it. You are not alone with your problem, and there is help available.

You can read more about the treatment by clicking here: Treatment with Tinearity G1

Please get in touch if you want to know more about how we at Duearity treat tinnitus: info@duearity.com