Silence is unattainable
Tinnitus is a sign of hearing loss, usually associated with noise induced hearing loss. This condition, in which a constant ringing in the ears (or whistling, buzzing or humming) is heard when no sound is present. Unfortunately, it’s a tell-tale sign of damage to the inner ear. Every time tinnitus is present, some degree of hearing loss has occurred. Though, not everyone with hearing loss also experiences tinnitus.