The cycle of tinnitus

Tinnitus is the so-called ringing in one’s ears. Treatment can improve painful symptoms, but it is long-term and difficult. Few people have ever felt a whistling or ringing in their ears. In some people, however, tinnitus is permanent and can become a nightmare. Millions of people suffer from tinnitus. In France, for example, the percentage is very high, of which 150,000 people have more severe vaccines.

There are two types of tinnitus: Subjective or objective

Target tinnitus (objective tinnitus) is very rare. They are related to a real and measurable noise produced by an abnormality in the area inside the ear, which contains the hearing organ, the screw. It can be vascular dysplasia, muscle spasms or damage to the cochlea itself. Surgical correction is sometimes possible to suppress tinnitus.
Subjective tinnitus, on the other hand, is very common. These sounds develop more easily after 50 or 60 years and often appear to be related to the recurrence of noise exposure and hearing loss associated with aging (presbyopia).