Tinnitus is when you hear noises in the ear such as such as ringing, vibrating, humming, fluttering, popping, or buzzing that aren’t coming from external noises.
When decibel damage or injury to the ear have been ruled out, the cause here is one of the over 60 varieties of Epstein-Barr virus burrowing itself into the labyrinth of the inner ear, causing inflammation that’s undetectable by current medical testing. The labyrinth swells, causing pitch to change when sounds enter the ear. When nerves are swollen inside the labyrinth, they can also vibrate and emit sounds such as ringing, buzzing, popping, and even fluttering.
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This item posted: 31-Jan-2021
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