What Does Tinnitus Sound Like (Listen To 10 Crazy Tinnitus Sounds)

In the tinnitus clinic, there’s no way to diagnose or record the exact sound that you hear in your auditory brain. So we rely on your description. So let’s listen to these 10 different types of tinnitus and leave a comment to let us know which ones closest to yours.

Did your tinnitus sound like one of these or does your tinnitus sound like something different? Let us know in the comment below. Typically ringing buzzing hissing electrical noise or crickets are related to damage to the hearing organ, the cochlea, sometimes roaring, pulsing or whooshing can be related to a treatable medical condition.

And if that’s the case, if you have one of those types of tinnitus, I recommend seeing an ear nose and throat doctors they get an evaluation.

A lot of my patients with significant tinnitus, do show improvement using strategies like tinnitus, retraining therapy, sound therapy, or mindfulness.

Dr. Ben Thompson, Au.D.

Dr. Ben Thompson, Au.D.

Dr. Ben Thompson is an audiologist in California and founder of Pure Tinnitus. Dr. Thompson has a comprehensive knowledge of tinnitus management. He completed his residency at University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) and is a past board member of the California Academy of Audiology. Via telehealth, Dr. Thompson provides services to patients with hearing loss and tinnitus.

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