tinnitus problemI hear continuous hissing sound from inside my right ear. I have this problem for 10 years. Sometimes I also hear sound like "breaking of glass" in the back of head between the ears which continues for 2-3 minutes. This sound occurs when I get up in the morning. Also there is always a feeling of heavyness in my head (something like depression). Please suggest some remedy.
asutosh on 2004-03-23
Did you ever suffer from discharge from the ear, pain in the ear etc?
Any history of injury to the head?
Are you a diabetic or hypertensive?
Do you live in an area like a factory etc., where there is a continuous noise?
Once I know the above details, I can suggest a proper remedy for you.
(Please reply on the forum)
Dr. Venugopal Gouri.
DRVenugopal last decade
The problem of tinnitus started 10 years back. The area where I lived then was quite noise free.
No history of head injury also.
While taking bath, I remember, water entering into my ears. I dont know if this could be the reason. But the noise started all of a sudden and never stopped. To cope with the disturbing sound I started to keep my mind elsewhere like listing to the noise of ceiling fan to get some sleep. This had a side effect of not being able to concentrate on my studies etc.
Recently I had some emotional problem regarding family matters which could have caused heavy-ness in head. I dont feel any relief after head message with oil. I also have dandruff problem.
I dont know if all the symptoms are related, but may be this could help you diagnose the problem.
asutosh last decade
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