Tinnitus (Word which derives from the latin and means: Jingle Bell) is one of the most common symptoms of Otologic conditions. Although there are many pathologies various factors (vascular, cardiac, metabolic, etc.) that they also accuse your condition through the tinnitus or tinnitus, when symptomatology is complemented as buzzing in ears and dizziness, is more than likely that the primary condition have focus in the ear. These two combined symptoms can provide us with an important clue about the cause which originates them. Although they can not be ruled out completely to other conditions, higher probabilities will concentrate in the middle ear, possible causes of buzzing in ears and dizziness being the following pathologies: – infection-obstruction of Eustachian.-Lesion tubes in the ear medium (caused by an explosion or overexposure to high sounds) – Meniere’s disease. -Tumor of the auditory nerve.
When an infection is the cause of the hum of ears and dizziness, they tend other symptoms as fever and weakness that often affect the entire body. In this case the usual treatment is antibiotics. In the case of obstruction of the eustachian tubes, many times the use of a nasal decongestant or spray of phenylephrine, decrease congestion and help to keep them open. When the hearing disorder corresponds to an injury of the middle ear, usually indicated more it is to counteract the loss of hearing with hearing aids and masking to soften the buzz produced by tinnitus dizziness or vertigo caused by Meniere’s disease tend to be temporarily deleted with drugs, although there are also surgical procedures that consist of cutting the nerves of the semicircular canals. The auditory nerve tumors are benign tumors that are formed in cells of Shwann (cells that surround nerve) and are easily removed by surgery. There is a method of little known but very effective is guaranteed to make the tinnitus disappear forever. If you want to read as I personally I managed to accidentally eliminate tinnitus, you have Click here.