Pulsatile tinnitus, a condition in which patients hear a heartbeat sound in one or both ears, is often due to vascular or muscular factors or tumors, explains the American Hearing Research Foundation. The sound sometimes... More »

Pulsatile tinnitus, in which a person hears the sound of a heartbeat in the ears, usually results from the sounds produced by muscle movements close to the ear, explains WebMD. Problems with blood flow in the neck or fac... More »

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When a person hears a heartbeat in his ear, it is called pulsatile tinnitus, which is a type of ear problem. In most cases, pulsatile tinnitus may not be a serious ear condition. However, in some cases, it can be an indi... More »

Pulsatile tinnitus, in which a person hears the sound of a heartbeat in the ears, usually results from the sounds produced by muscle movements close to the ear, explains WebMD. Problems with blood flow in the neck or fac... More »

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Pulsatile tinnitus is a condition characterized by a rhythmic thumping or whooshing sound that only the sufferer can hear, often in time with the heartbeat. Carotid artery disease is the most common disease that can lead... More »

A roaring sound in the ears can occur because of tinnitus, which is a sound that is audible to the person even though it is not actually occurring in the environment, explains the American Hearing Research Foundation. An... More »

There is no cure for tinnitus as of 2015, but the effects of the condition can be lessened with hearing aids, sound therapies, treatments for conditions that cause tinnitus and better overall health, states the American ... More »