Author Topic: I have ringing in my ears what do I do?!  (Read 2038 times)

The tinnitus I have is incredibly faint and almost not even noticeable there are people with tinnitus that is so loud they want to kill themselves.
Yeah. That can happen.

I have tinnitus in my left ear due to lack of ear protection when I had a job sandblasting and it's extremely mild, but I'll have to deal with it for the rest of my life. If you frequent around places with loud (and constant) sound or listen to music very loudly it can make it much worse.

@OP

Try this. They say if you listen to the frequency of the tone your tinnitus is at, it will go away. Doesn't work for me however. My tinnitus pitch is at about a 12500 HZ range.

http://www.audionotch.com/app/tune/

@OP

Try this. They say if you listen to the frequency of the tone your tinnitus is at, it will go away. Doesn't work for me however. My tinnitus pitch is at about a 12500 HZ range.

http://www.audionotch.com/app/tune/



A lot of money for something that may not work.



A lot of money for something that may not work.

You can use the tuner for free however, you do not need to buy any of that.
« Last Edit: January 19, 2016, 11:10:47 PM by SinnerOG »

You should pick up, dummy!

Ringing in your ears is caused by these little hairs in the inside part of your ear.  These hairs bend over when there is a noise coming through the tube and are supposed to bend right back up automatically when the sound is over.  Titinitus is caused from these hairs not bending back up, deaf people have this. 

Heres a diagram of the ear:



What you could be experiencing is something wrong in the cochlea where the hairs are
Or fluid in the eustacion tube
HOWEVER
i am not a doctor, i just learned about this in anatomy and you should see an actual doctor because there are a lot of other more specific causes of this.

Well I'll try claritin I've heard it works for some tinnitus users.