What are the Symptoms of Tinnitus?

A person suffering from tinnitus usually experiences the following symptoms -

  • Hearing a noise that no one around can hear.
  • This noise is usually a ringing or swishing type of sound.
  • This sound is sometimes accompanied by hearing loss and dizziness. This syndrome is known as Meniere's disease.

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Tinnitor Monday, April 11, 2011

People suffering from tinnitus are very often misunderstood about their afflicting condition.The suffering increases also by sourrounding people,pretending to know better,attributing their own homemade diagnosis,psychiatric of cource,and thus aggravate the sufferers possibilities/rights to rehabilitation in a calmer,less stressfull and noisy workingplace.Key words:responsability and relief!

skippy70 Thursday, January 13, 2011

my tinnitus has been with me for about 40 years some times loud some times not so loud and is there a day and night till i go to bed some times when it is low i would doze off for 10 mins and it is back loud again. mr p blay owenblay@googlemail.com

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