Why do our ears sometimes whistle?
When we hear a whistling sound in the ear occasionally, it is not usually a sign of concern, but if this happens regularly, it is important to check it and find a solution. This whistling is known as tinnitus or tinnitus and produces a very high-pitched sound in the ear that can cause headaches, dizziness or even lack of concentration.
It is usually perceived in one ear, although it can also affect both ears. It is usually caused by infections in the ear canal or by some kind of injury.
This ringing usually disappears on its own, but if it occurs regularly, it is very important to see a specialist to detect its origin, as it may be a sign of an infection or other ear problems. In most cases, tinnitus can be caused when we are exposed to loud noises or when we listen to music for a long time with headphones.
It is usually not a problem to worry about, as long as it occurs very occasionally. If you experience this sensation regularly, the best thing to do is to see a specialist for a hearing check-up to rule out any problems that may be caused by these whistling sounds.
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