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Pulsatile Tinnitus- What is it and What Can Be Done?

I receive quite a few questions regarding tinnitus but one that’s a little hard for me to answer has to do with pulsatile tinnitus.  Since I work with people with tinnitus locally, I have friends that suffer from this type of the disease.

This kind of tinnitus is like any other in that you hear sounds that no one else hears and it’s disruptive to your normal life.  It’s basically a sound that come and goes along with your pulse.  You hear the ringing, whooshing or whatever the noise might be in the same rhythm as your heart beat or pulse.

What are the Causes of Pulsatile Tinnitus?

Many tinnitus causes are discussed for this type of tinnitus but there is no one reason for it’s presence.  Researchers don’t even agree on why some get tinnitus and others don’t.

I often wonder why loud music brought my tinnitus on and the Rolling Stones seem to have no problem.  One explanation for pulsatile tinnitus is that the Eustachian tube in the ear doesn’t close as it should and the fact that it’s open causes your pulse or heartbeat to be heard as an echo.

I Don't Really Care About the Cause

It’s also believed that high blood pressure and antibiotics can be a cause of this problem.  Tinnitus causes are many and few.  My take on this is who knows what the cause is and I really don’t care.

My interest is in a cure or a lessening of the problem.  It’s like going to the dentist with a horrible toothache.  You don’t care what he does as long as it makes the pain go away.

The program that is working for me has also helped my friends suffering from pulsatile tinnitus.  It’s called Tinnitus Remedy and I highly recommend it.  It’s natural, holistic and combines all of the approaches that have worked for me and I believe will give you relief and hopefully a total cure.  Check this program out here.

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