If you think you may be experiencing an Eustachian tube dysfunction, it is best to undergo an ENT examination to determine if you are suffering from any potential ear conditions. Alternatively, you can consult a dentist-gnathologist, an expert in temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems. Oftentimes, problems with the temporomandibular joint, such as bruxism, can also have repercussions on the ear canal.
Some of the main causes of tinnitus are:
As of right now, there are no definitive remedies for vibrant ears. Depending on the cause, some of the treatments recommended include:
Sometimes, you may have the sensation that something is in your ear. This could be caused by the presence of a very small bug, the formation of a plug of earwax, or the presence of a foreign body that can cause itching. In this case, we recommend getting a checkup to help you identify the root cause and possibly rule out a more serious condition.
When yawning, you may feel a vibration in your ear or a popping sound. This is due to the formation of a plug of earwax in the Eustachian tube, the canal that connects the middle ear to the nasopharynx. For this reason, it is also possible to hear unwanted noises when you move your head, chew or yawn. But don't panic; this sensation is only temporary and will disappear quickly.