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Posted by: Marianne | 2010/09/08

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I have a constant buzzing noise in my ear - what can I do?

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First step is to consult with your doctor or audiologist. Tinnitus (buzzing in the ears) is an extremely common, and usually benign condition that As long as your doctor diagnosis it as a condition that does not require attention, which it usually is, your best best is to allow the tinnitus to be there; don't fear it; and recognize that is can be naturally ignored by the brain the same way your brain learns to ignore the rings on your finger or the sensation of clothing on your body. When bothered by it, it often helps to avoid quiet environments.

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Posted by: Tinnitus Expert | 2010/09/24

First step is to consult with your doctor or audiologist. Tinnitus (buzzing in the ears) is an extremely common, and usually benign condition that As long as your doctor diagnosis it as a condition that does not require attention, which it usually is, your best best is to allow the tinnitus to be there; don't fear it; and recognize that is can be naturally ignored by the brain the same way your brain learns to ignore the rings on your finger or the sensation of clothing on your body. When bothered by it, it often helps to avoid quiet environments.

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