Updated 16 April 2015

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Persistent buzzing sounds in your ear may indicate a number of conditions that are not ear related.

This includes high blood pressure, jaw problems, blood vessel disease (like plaque build-up in carotid arteries). Excessive caffeine intake or dieting may also cause this.

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