Noise-making devices, special diets and certain medications may be used to treat Individuals who hear beating in their ears, according to American Hearing Research Foundation. If the source of the sound is a tumor or vei... More »

A low heart rate is sometimes caused by changes in the heart that are the result of aging and diseases that damage the heart's electrical system, according to WebMD. Conditions that can slow electrical impulses through t... More »

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A fast heart beat, or tachycardia, happens when the sinoatrial (SA) node, which is the area of the heart that determines how fast it should beat, sends out a signal that is quicker than usual, according to The American H... More »

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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 »

Over-the-counter earwax removal drops are available for individuals with an earwax problem, according to American Hearing Research Foundation. These medications usually contain a mixture of oil and peroxide. Individuals ... More »

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Physical therapy exercises can help reposition minute crystals in the inner ear, as stated by the American Hearing Research Foundation. These crystals are sometimes the cause of positional vertigo when out of place insid... More »

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Sudden hearing loss is clinically defined as when a person's hearing is reduced by at least 30 decibels within a 72-hour period, according to the American Hearing Research Foundation. Unfortunately, not much is known abo... More »

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