Ringing in the
Ringing in the ears: Common
descriptions of this symptom include hearing a high-pitched
ringing, low rumbling, swooshing, sloshing, buzzing, roaring,
whooshing, chirping, beating, humming, pulsing, throbbing,
and a pumping sound. In quiet environments, these sounds may
seem louder or more annoying.
This symptom can affect one ear or both ears, and may come
and go occasionally or persist indefinitely. It also may affect
one ear over and over again, alternate between both ears, or
affect both ears over and over again. All are common.
This symptom is often associated with Tinnitus.
For more information about ringing in the ear symptoms as
they relate to stress, fear, and anxiety, the members
area of our web site fully describes this symptom, how
it affects the body, why it affects the body, and more importantly,
what you can do to eliminate ringing in the ear.