When it comes to tinnitus, it is complicated to explain it. There are actually many sounds associated with tinnitus and patients suffering from the condition could fall all over the board when they hear different annoying sounds. The more you learn about the condition of tinnitus, the better able you are to understand what causes the sounds of tinnitus and why people experience different sounds.
What is Tinnitus?
The sounds of tinnitus are one of the most mysterious things about the condition. There is such a wide range of different sounds that people experience with tinnitus. Various kinds of sounds. Different people may hear different sounds of tinnitus or the same person may experience different sounds at different times.
One of the most agony phases of the condition is the sounds of tinnitus. This is because the noises themselves can be loud and stressful and also that many patients feel they are crazy and lost their mind. Especially before you really understand the condition that you have, it can be very frightening to hear sounds which are not audible to others.
Here are some examples of sounds of tinnitus
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Some people have said that their tinnitus sounds resemble the high pitched squeal from many computer monitors or TVs. Other people say that theirs sounds like rushing water or breaking the glass and even some say it sounds like chainsaws.
Still some sounds of tinnitus are the rhythmic noise caused by the sufferer’s pulse. This is referred to as pulsatile tinnitus. Often the type of tinnitus or the cause of tinnitus affects the sounds of tinnitus. This is why your symptoms can often help you determine what caused your tinnitus.
Levels of Tinnitus
The tinnitus noises can also vary in intensity. Some sufferers have only a mild case that seems to be a faint background noise where others have loud, even deafening sounds of tinnitus. Studies have been done on this time and time again to determine the different levels of loudness tinnitus patients suffer from in comparison to one another and also over time while they have the condition.
Some people hear the sounds of tinnitus in only one ear where others hear it in both ears. Some people hear it start in one ear and then progress to the other ear. The different sounds of tinnitus can be based upon many different things such as stress, your personal health, the type of tinnitus you have, what caused your tinnitus and more.
If you are concerned about the sounds of your tinnitus or would like to learn more about why you are experiencing specific sounds and how and when you experience them, talk with your health professional or tinnitus specialist to help narrow down your symptoms and the source of the sounds you are experiencing.