Ringing in the ear or ears presently plagues around 60 million people in the U.S.A. today. That high-pitched screeching sound in your ears is not a disease, but it is a symptom of an underlying problem.
The sound or pitch may be different from person to person, but it all adds up to the same thing… and it’s called “tinnitus.”
So if you are suffering from ear noise, you can be sure that you are not alone. Actually, most people experience ringing in the ear at some time in their life for various reasons, but it is usually temporary and so it doesn’t bother them.
Perhaps you are familiar with that ringing you hear right after a loud bang or other noise. But the ear noise or ringing sooner or later goes away. Or at least for most people it does. Sometimes constant exposure to loud noise can leave you with a permanent case of tinnitus.
So, when you attend those loud concerts or blast out the music in your car, or work a jackhammer all day, your ears end up ringing, and then, after a few hours or days, the ear noise disappears…for some people.
I hate to ruin your day, but you must understand that ear damage can be Cumulative. In other words, constant exposure to loud noises can make it worse with each session.
Why? Because each time you expose your ears to these noises a small amount of damage is happening that continues to build up into a chronic case of tinnitus (ringing in the ears). This repeated assault on your ears can also end up causing high frequency hearing loss and other hearing deficits.
And so, each time you work on a job where there is constant loud noise without wearing ear protection, the damage builds up. And each time you listen to that very loud music, the damage builds up…and the tinnitus gets worse…and that ear ringing can become permanent.
**What Happens If Ear Ringing Becomes Permanent?**
And so what happens if that ringing in the ears decides to make a permanent home in your head? Misery and frustration that, if severe enough, can even deprive you of your sleep. Tinnitus can really affect your life in a negative way. For many people that constant ringing in the ears can become debilitating. Don’t let this happen to you.
If you have chronic tinnitus, it’s time to find some relief. The most successful ear noise treatments available are natural and affective. So do your research, and find out what’s available for tinnitus relief.