What Are the Differences Between Head Noise and Ear Noise?

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Differences between Head Ringing and Tinnitus

The differences between head ringing and tinnitus mainly lie in the location of onset, causes, clinical symptoms, treatment methods, and impact severity. It is necessary to select appropriate methods for adjustment based on individual conditions. Here are the details:

1. Different onset locations: Head ringing mainly occurs in the craniocerebral tissue, while tinnitus occurs in the ear nerve tissue.

2. Different causes: Head ringing may be caused by cerebrovascular diseases such as cerebral infarction or cerebral hemorrhage. Tinnitus is caused by damage to the ear nerves, which may be related to trauma, ear blockage, and other factors.

3. Different clinical symptoms: Head ringing may lead to symptoms such as dizziness, headache, and vertigo. Tinnitus may lead to hearing loss and hearing fuzziness.

4. Different treatment methods: Head ringing can be improved through surgical methods such as interventional surgery and craniotomy. Tinnitus can be treated with drugs such as Mecobalamin tablets, Oryzanol tablets, and Compound Vitamin B tablets prescribed by a doctor.

5. Different impact severities: Head ringing generally has a greater impact on the human body, while tinnitus has a relatively smaller impact. It is necessary to undergo intracranial CT or MRI examination at the hospital to observe whether there are any pathological changes and achieve early detection and treatment.