Sorry to hear that, but I have tinnitus and I accept the noise as a side effect of life. The only relief I get is when I get adjustments on my cervical spine from either a chiropractor, osteopath or naturopath. When I looked up Zantac side effects, tinnitus was listed, so I stopped taking the Zantac and hoped that the tinnitus would go away, but it didn’t. Recently he has experienced severe pain in his upper back, shoulders and neck, causing a number of problems such as headaches and vision changes. A condition that causes a person’s ears to ring nonstop and a condition characterized by pain that won’t go away may seem worlds apart on the surface, but they may not be so different after all, the authors of a new review said. In both tinnitus and chronic pain, the body sends signals to the brain that really don’t mean anything, he said. But the chronic forms only develop if the person has these brain changes described in the new review, he said.
Schlee has determined that his tinnitus-stricken subjects have a more synchronized pattern of signals coming out of regions in the front and the back of the brain. Nathan Bushay was plagued by a constant ringing in his ears until a device the size of a matchbox finally brought him peace and quiet. The only side effect was a buzzing or ringing in his ears which while incessant and annoying, he assumed would go. Sometimes it got quieter and sometimes it was really loud. The device hooks around the back of the ear while the control box can be kept in a pocket or clipped discreetly to clothes.