Tinnitus seriously affected sleep in the first two years, partly because of getting angry and partly because of great mental pressure. It eased after emotional relief (I didn't notice or feel it). This year, I suddenly realized that it seems that others can't hear clearly. Today, I did acoustic immittance measurement and pure tone listening valve measurement; The doctor said it was high-frequency hearing loss. The ears were clean and undamaged, but he didn't know the reason. My working environment and living environment are very quiet and normal. What is the reason? Will this decline continue?
According to your description, consider the possibility of sensorineural tinnitus and deafness caused by high-frequency hearing loss. In this case, if the time is long, the drug treatment effect is relatively poor. If there is no drug allergy, you can use deafness Zuo CI pill, Ginkgo biloba extract, Mecobalamin tablets and vitamin B1 tablets to treat it. In this case, try not to wear earplugs and listen to music. Don't go to places with too much noise. Generally, it's not easy for you to pay attention to maintenance. It's getting worse and worse.
According to your medical history and electrical audiometric immittance test report, it should be high-frequency descending sensorineural deafness at present. Sensorineural deafness, with unknown etiology, may be clinically related to noise stimulation, blood supply dysfunction, vasospasm, virus infection and other factors. This situation can be treated with drugs to improve microcirculation and nourish nerves.
The causes of high-frequency hearing loss may be closely related to sudden deafness or hereditary deafness and noise stimulation. For example, patients with sudden deafness may be due to overwork or mental tension and staying up late for a long time, which may lead to sudden deafness. Hereditary deafness is caused by family genetic factors, which may lead to high-frequency hearing loss. Another part is that living in a noisy environment for a long time may also cause high-frequency hearing loss.