Ears pop when there are pressure differences between the outside and inside of the eardrum, notes Andrew Weil, M.D. Most commonly, this happens when air pressure changes during an airplane flight or a dive underwater. Th... More »

Causes of tinnitus or noise in the ear include age-related hearing loss, ear bone changes, earwax blockage, exposure to loud noises and temporomandibular joint disorders, notes Mayo Clinic. There are several medications ... More »

Home remedies for ear popping include swallowing, yawning or chewing gum, according to Mayo Clinic. Plugged ears may also be popped by taking a deep breath, pinching the nostrils and trying to blow out of the nose. A pop... More »

In-flight ear popping is caused by a combination of inner ear anatomy and air pressure changes caused by the different altitudes experienced during an airplane flight. Thanks to the inner ear's complex anatomy, it is nor... More »

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Causes of tinnitus or noise in the ear include age-related hearing loss, ear bone changes, earwax blockage, exposure to loud noises and temporomandibular joint disorders, notes Mayo Clinic. There are several medications ... More »

Several factors can lead to erratic fluctuations in blood pressure, including medicinal side effects and changes in the weather, according to About.com. Substantial blood pressure variations may also signal serious probl... More »

Possible causes of noises in the ears without an outside sound source include middle, inner ear or eardrum damage; ear tumor; excessive earwax; or regular exposure to incredibly loud sounds, according to Healthline. Hear... More »