What causes sudden tinnitus?

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What we often call tinnitus refers to the abnormal mixed sounds such as buzzing and hissing heard in the ears when there is no stimulation from other external sound sources. Sometimes the tinnitus in patients with tinnitus will disappear naturally after a certain period of time. Some will last for a period of time, making the tinnitus patient restless and nervous, seriously affecting the patient's normal life, study and work. If it is sudden tinnitus and lasts for a short period of time, there is no need to be nervous. It is mostly physiological. ; if persistent tinnitus occurs, especially if it is accompanied by dizziness, dizziness, deafness and other abnormal symptoms, it is necessary to pay attention to it, do not leave it to chance, and seek medical treatment as soon as possible.

What is the sudden tinnitus?
It is closely related to vascular disorders, such as cold, fatigue, heat, emotional instability, allergies or endocrine disorders, etc. are all important factors that induce tinnitus. Viral infection is also one of the causes. In addition, rupture of the cochlear window membrane is also an important cause of sudden tinnitus. Most patients suddenly experience reduced hearing in one ear. Everyone's situation is different, and it should be considered based on the actual situation.

Sudden tinnitus often occurs in middle-aged people and is one of the most serious otolaryngological emergencies. It is often caused by inner ear trauma, infection, drug poisoning, cold, fatigue, emotional agitation, forced nose blowing, etc. It can be treated using a combination of traditional Chinese and Western medicine. Prevention can be done by paying attention to ear hygiene and eating a scientific diet in daily life.

Sudden tinnitus must be treated early, otherwise it will cause the following harms:

* Affects mood: Long-term and severe sudden tinnitus can cause People experience emotional changes such as upset, worry, anxiety, anxiety, and depression. Affects hearing: interferes with what is being listened to, often hearing sounds but not being able to distinguish what others are saying.

* Affects sleep: Sudden tinnitus is very loud, especially in the dead of night, making it difficult to fall asleep. Even if he falls asleep, it is very shallow, and the patient is restless and tossing and turning.

* Impact on work: Due to the inability to hear other people's speech clearly, patients often cannot be understood by others, their work efficiency decreases, and they gradually lose interest in work and study.

How to care for sudden tinnitus
* Daily living habits are very important, such as smoking, drinking, staying up late, etc. are not good Yes, you need to pay attention to it for your health. Don't pick out your ears casually or press your ears with your fingers. You should always maintain a good mood, avoid getting too emotional, and do more physical exercise. In severe cases, you should actively cooperate with the doctor. Generally speaking, recovery is easier.
* Sudden tinnitus is relatively common, so don’t be too nervous when this happens. First of all, you should pay attention to taking care of your ears and take good care of your body. Then go to the hospital for a checkupDepending on the cause of the disease, the doctor will give a suitable treatment plan, and then the patient must cooperate and receive treatment. You should also develop good habits and seek medical advice promptly if you notice any symptoms of your disease, so that you can maintain a good body.