Ringing In The Ears Accompanied By Dizziness And Fatigue?
Ass, I’m 14 years old. R ndok I want it? R ndwhy is my left head precisely in the left brain r nhave sounds like “water dripping continuously? And I also often have dizziness, headache, easily weak and tired? r nThank you
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Annoying noises heard in the ears or head can be classified as tinnitus. This condition, when present is accompanied by dizziness, headache, weakness and fatigue, may indicate the following factors:
Tumors in the head or neck (whether benign or malignant) Middle ear infection (otitis media) External ear infection (otitis externa) Head or neck injuries Hypertension (high blood pressure) Atherosclerosis (buildup of plaque in blood vessels) Migraine (primary headache which feels throbbing, is due to neurovascular disorders in the brain), etc. In addition to the above conditions, tinnitus can also appear due to other factors, such as side effects of drugs, mental disorders, otosclerosis, tearing of the eardrum, accumulation of earwax, and so on. Dizziness, headaches, weakness and fatigue can also occur due to other factors, for example anemia, hypoglycemia, viral or bacterial infections, and so on.
How long have you had these complaints exactly? Does it appear continuously without ever getting better? Do other complaints arise, such as fever, vomiting, blurred vision, balance disorders, etc.? Are the sounds in your head and ears so loud that they disturb your sleep?
The limited information that you provide regarding the complaint you experience makes it quite difficult for us to identify possible underlying causes. For that, we urge you to check with your doctor or ENT specialist so that you can be given proper treatment. Possibly, so that the cause of the sound is known, the doctor will perform a hearing test (audiometry) or also some other supporting tests, such as X-rays, CT scans, MRI, psychiatric interviews, and so on. You can also do blood tests or other supporting tests.
As an initial treatment, you should first live the efforts below:
Protect your ears from prolonged and excessive noise exposure. Get more and regular rest. Do not take any drugs. Take paracetamol if your headaches and dizziness are very intense. Exercise regularly. Also check your ear health to an ENT specialist every 6 months. Do not insert any objects into the ear, including cotton, water, cotton buds, wire, etc.