Why do I get tinnitus in the car, is it normal or sick?

Many people are prone to tinnitus symptoms when riding in a car. Is this a normal physiological phenomenon or a physical illness?

When a car is driving, the surrounding air pressure may change due to frequent starting, braking, and acceleration. Air enters the middle ear through the Eustachian tube, and the eardrum is compressed by the air pressure, causing tinnitus.

When motion sickness occurs, discomfort symptoms such as dizziness, nausea and vomiting will occur, and it will also easily lead to auditory nervous system disorders. If the body is in a state of fatigue, if you continue to ride in the car, it will cause tinnitus.

People suffering from some auditory system diseases are prone to aggravate tinnitus symptoms after a long time in the car. Diseases such as otitis media, otosclerosis, trauma, etc., are also prone to tinnitus in daily life.

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