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Causes of Pulsatile Tinnitus: REVEALED

Pulsatile tinnitus is a form of tinnitus in which a constant rhythmic noise is audible to a person in the absence of any actual sounds from outside. This kind of pulsating noise in the ear can be a result of several factors. But there are certain known and accepted physical conditions that can be identified as causes of pulsating tinnitus.

Pulsating Tinnitus

  • Pulsating Tinnitus is commonly caused by arterial turbulence – turbulent blood flow in the arteries in the head and neck regions. This turbulence is caused by some form of blockages in the arteries.
  • Pulsating Tinnitus is often a result of hypertension.
  • Pressure exerted by arteries and veins on the auditory nerves can also lead to pulsating tinnitus.
  • Infections in the ear canal can lead to inflammation which in turn increases the blood flow to the inflamed tissues in the region. The increased blood flow can become highly audible and irritating to the person.
  • Pulsating tinnitus is also known to occur as a result of fluid accumulation inside the ear due to several reasons such as an infection.
  • Eustachian tube dysfunction can trigger pulsatile tinnitus.
  • Head traumas resulting in arterial damage can cause pulsating tinnitus.
  • Growths such as tumors in the middle ear can lead to pulsating tinnitus.
  • Any other circumstances that result in increased blood flow to the ear region – for example thyroid problems can be audible in the form of rhythmic noise in the absence of any external noise.

Identification of The Cause Of Pulsatile Tinnitus

Identification of the cause (or causes) of pulsatile tinnitus is important in order to define a course of treatment that can provide complete cure. In this context it is often seen that a treatment that looks at the problem from a simplistic ‘one cause’ point of view only offers temporary relief. On the other hand a holistic approach to resolving the bigger issue that has lead to the problem yields far more satisfying results with long term relief. For example, a blocked artery – which is a common cause of pulsating tinnitus – can be surgically removed to offer relief. However the underlying problem of why the blockage was there is not something that a surgeon will delve into. At the most the physicist will prescribe medication, perhaps to lower cholesterol. Although this is an urgent step to be taken, one needs to take the treatment further to ensure that causes of pulsatile tinnitus stays away for good.

Causes Of Pulsatile Tinnitus

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