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by Sylvie pinley (2020-08-20)


Well, Number 4, they undergo a change and turn into Sonus Complete electrical impulses. Now, don't touch this, but you see that long, incredibly fine hair-like piece? Well, that's the auditory nerve to the brain, along which those electrical impulses travel. The nerve pathways, those little bony tubes, carry the nerve that gives us our balance, and another one that operates our facial muscles, among other nerves. Lordy, we're nearly into the actual brain now, Number 5. You see the way the nerve endings divide as they reach the brain? From thereon in, it's an incredibly complicated system. The recognizable sounds we hear are the nerve impulses being transmitted to a part of the brain behind the temple. And that's basically that. What's The Difference Between Tinnitus and Pulsatile Tinnitus? Pulsatile tinnitus may just be regarded as an ordinary form of tinnitus, save for the humming or ringing sound. This type of tinnitus is distinguished by a thumping sound in ears similar to that of a beating heart. It may be more bearable and less irritating compared to the usual ringing sound of having tinnitus, but mind you, pulsatile tinnitus is a bit more dangerous because it involves the flow of blood to and fro the head.As previously mentioned, the thumping sound one may hear is in rhythm with the person's heartbeat. Don't be surprised because pulsatile tinnitus is associated with blood flow related disorders. Also, unlike the common tinnitus, the sound in the ears may possibly be noticed by another individual.

 

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