I am hoping someone can help me, i have had tinnitus for a while now but now my ears are really sensitive to noise even voices not all the time just sometimes i also feel dizzy at times as well, thing is i suffer from anxiety and panic attacks and my doctor says its anxiety making my ears feel like this but part of me doesn't believe him, i am scared that something is wrong with me, just wondered does anyone else get this? I will admit i do suffer from panic attacks alot but not sure if my ears are connected to it or not, anyone else's ears feel like this?
I had sensitivity to noise years ago. I had Meniere's disease. I went on a gluten free diet for a different reason and the meniere's attacks stopped. I also noticed the sensitivity to noise stopped also. It's something for you to try. I remember my ear specialist told me there is medicine to help with sensitivity to noise - but since the diet got rid of it, I never found out what the medicine was. I hope this helps.
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