Under Tinnitus one understands in principle ear noises that happen without acoustic stimulus and are perceived as a disturbing sound sensation.
The noise in the ear as an acoustic perception in itself is not a disease, but a symptom. Similar to pain, tinnitus is often a warning signal and indicates a malfunction, overload or illness in the ear.
There are around 1,5 million tinnitus diseases in Germany alone, and around 8 to 13 percent of those affected suffer from them significantly.
The patients complain of whistling, ringing, roaring, hissing, humming and much more, either temporarily or continuously. At the same time, hearing loss can be associated.
The causes of tinnitus can be many. Heavy metals, drug side effects, nutrient deficiencies, consequences of Menière's disease or otitis (otitis media) and much more are possible.
As documented in more detail below, factors such as stress, fear, and decisive life events sometimes play a role that should not be ignored.
In practice, it is difficult to accurately assess the cause of the tinnitus. In conventional medicine, a distinction is made between subjective and objective noises in the ear.
These noises are only perceived by the patient himself. They usually occur as accompanying symptoms in the following diseases:
• middle ear infection
• otosclerosis (disease of the bone that surrounds the inner ear)
• Meniere's disease (disease of the inner ear)
• Blood pressure abnormality
• Pathological changes in the cervical spine area
• Noise pollution
• sudden hearing loss
• Noise trauma
• Viral diseases
• Circulatory disorders of the head vessels
• Valvular heart disease
• Under or overactive thyroid
• intoxications (streptomycin, arsenic)
• Mental overload
Objective hearing noises
These can not only be heard by the patient, but also by the examiner.
They are often triggered by vascular anomalies such as malformations, aneurysms, stenoses or increased blood flow to the ear.
Objective hearing noises can also be caused by movement of the temporomandibular joint (cracking!) Or by an open eustachian tube (ear trumpet).
Stress and tinnitus
Physical or emotional stress does not immediately trigger tinnitus. However, there is research that shows that 26 percent of people with chronic tinnitus report that they are either or have had stress. Accordingly, the noise in the ears can also be an "internal seismograph" of the acute stress level.
Triggering factors could be:
• Major event
• Severe sleep disorder
Research has shown that patients under stress tend to hear the sounds much louder. For this reason, just relaxing can help alleviate the symptoms.
Chronic tinnitus and the soul
A study by the Central Institute for Mental Health in Mannheim showed that there is an intertwining of psyche and hearing in chronic tinnitus. Those affected also perceive emotional impressions with those areas of the brain that are networked with the auditory pathway, according to the motto: hear feelings.
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