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My blood pressure can cause the ringing in my ears?

Sep 29th 2012 at 12:59 AM

Ringing ears blood pressure, what is the link? As we know, many people suffer from ringing in their ears, known as tinnitus. The most common type is called "tinnitus continues" caused by damage to the cochlea of ​​the inner ear or the hearing nerve. However, more uncommon tinnitus called pulsatile tinnitus can be a symptom of a more serious problem. It is unusual but possible to have these two types of tinnitus together, and people who have both conditions generally say that the pulsatile component is the most troublesome.

Pulsatile tinnitus is the type of tinnitus can be heard by others outside the person with tinnitus. Noise in the ear can be heard as a rhythmic impulse is often in time with the heartbeat. Pulsatile tinnitus can be a symptom of more serious underlying conditions. These conditions may include a so-called "glomus tumor". It is a benign vascular usually found just below the artery or in the ear. Another underlying condition of tinnitus is pulsatile Bosnia and Herzegovina (benign intracranial hypertension). However, probably the most recognizable underlying condition of pulsatile tinnitus is high blood pressure - also known as hypertension tinnitus miracle review..

About 60 million Americans have hypertension, but only half of them know it, mainly because it is rarely cause any noticeable symptoms and is usually detected incidentally during a routine examination physics. Pulsatile tinnitus if can be a symptom of hypertension, it is actually not common. About three percent of patients are affected by this type of tinnitus. Generally, patients with hypertension that pulsatile tinnitus do not start to hear a noise or ringing in the ears until after they begin to take their medication. Most people find that the ringing disappears after starting medication to reduce the pressure inside the blood vessels Health info.

There are steps you can take to control your blood pressure and then your tinnitus. Exercise daily for a short period is one of the best things you can do to improve your blood pressure. Other lifestyle choices (such as poor diet, smoking, alcohol and caffeine) can have significant effects on controlling your blood pressure.

Repair or severity of pulsatile tinnitus caused by hypertension will be directly related to the degree you control your blood pressure. Consult your doctor, eat well, get plenty of sleep, avoid stress, exercise regularly and limit other lifestyle activities that can aggravate blood pressure and tinnitus.

 

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