Palpitations Cases

Any sound that is perceived in the ear without the existence of an external source that causes it, is called tinnitus (a term most often used in English) or tinnitus. In fact the description of this symptom could be broader, since sometimes this sound can be heard as if it comes from the center of the head or around the same in omnidirectional way. Types of sound perceived by those who suffer from this symptom but broadly they can be divided in two well defined groups are varied. On the one hand we have sounds of type buzz or beep, and the other heartbeats or patters. For the first type, where the tinnitus is perceived as a buzz or beep, the vast majority of cases would indicate the presence of any disease or hearing disorder as the cause of it, being the largest percentage of these disorders, easily treatable conditions. In the case of heartbeats (where we could include this particular case of palpitations in the right ear), the causes can also be very varied, but statistically we will find that the majority of the cases relate to vascular factors. The latter type of tinnitus is called pulsatile tinnitus.

It should not be assumed that the term vascular factors necessarily indicate disease or severe dysfunction, since many times can be any simple hereditary abnormality or hormonal imbalance. There is an abysmal numerical difference between cases of tinnitus non-pulsatile and pulsatile, being the latter very infrequent, although often of more easily diagnosed. In the case of the palpitations in the right ear, or pulsatile tinnitus, the two most common causes of its occurrence are: carotid arteriosclerosis and benign intracranial hypertension. In all cases the most important thing will always be an early consultation with the doctor giving you all the possible information about suffered symptoms. There is a method of little known but very effective is guaranteed to make that tinnitus will disappear forever. If you want to read as I personally I managed accidentally delete tinnitus, please Click here. Original author and source of the article.

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