Perhaps the one tell-tale sign that is most common and is a foolproof indicator that you have ear tinnitus is an annoying ringing in the ears.
It does not always necessarily have to be a ringing sound, in fact, it can be a buzz, clicks, hums, rushing sounds, and even hisses. These sounds can be constant, or they can happen intermittently.
Whether or not your problem is intermittent, you can also experience pain and a throbbing sensation in the ears.
Because the symptoms can be irritating and almost torturous, you may develop other symtoms that have nothing to do with your ears, such as:
- Loss of Appetite
- Concentration Problems
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