Pulsatile tinnitus is rare, brought on by constricted blood flow in and around the ears. When you hear sounds to the rhythm of your own heartbeat, that’s pulsatile tinnitus.
Most people experience pulsatile tinnitus in just one ear, but it can occur in both. And while pulsatile tinnitus usually isn’t anything to worry about, the condition may be a sign of an underlying health complication – so, see your GP for advice if you’re not sure what’s causing your symptoms.
takes a look at some of the most important information about pulsatile tinnitus, including how it’s diagnosed and various options for treatment…