Hearing Health Blog
Tinnitus is a persistent sound that occurs in the ear with no outside stimulus. It is most referred to as a ringing in the ears although that can be misleading as it does not just have to mimic a ringing noise. Tinnitus can also present as a roaring, clicking, buzzing or hissing sound. Noises can happen at any pitch and
Tinnitus is often described as a ringing in the ear . For some people though, it can sound more like buzzing, or even like a rush of wind. The problem with tinnitus is that you can hear it even when the room you’re in is completely silent. It’s not its own condition. Rather, it’s the result of another underlying condition.