Based on verious sources and personal experience...
Ringing in your ears is medically termed as tinnitus. While it is not a serious medical condition, immediate treatment is necessary if only to relieve you from the tormenting sounds you hear in your ears even without outside stimuli. The first thing you need to do is to get a good diagnosis of your symptom from your ENT (ears nose throat) specialist.
Common causes are the following:
• damage to your inner ear due to several factors such as infections, clogged ears, head traumas, noise pollution, autoimmune disorders and other chronic health diseases
• loss of hearing due to aging
• build-up of ear wax that can either irritate your eardrum or trigger hearing loss
• stress, anxiety, and depression
• disorders such as TMJ and Meniere's disease
• certain medicines such as antibiotics or high doses of aspirin among others
To date, there is no formal known cure for the condition. Most people experience relief after the cause of the ringing is determined. Because there is no one cure all for tinnitus, you may need to try several of these home remedies before something works for you. If the ringing persists, see a doctor.
1. Reduce your sodium intake by at least 10 percent.
2. Reduce aspirin consumption. Some research suggests that high doses of aspirin can cause temporary ringing in the ears.
3. Get some more rest. For some people, flu and persistent colds can cause swelling in the ear canal. This swelling can cause ringing in the ears.