I thought I was going crazy until I googled and found out that there are many more like me that have this buzzing in the head. I started of with a bad cold and then the buzzing in the left ear. I now have buzzing in the head but it has lessened. I wake up in the morning and it seems to be gone but when I get up after 10mins or so it comes back. I went to the Doctors and he gave me a nasual spray thinking it was my sinus's that where blocked. When I used the spray it went from just being in my the left ear to the feeling like it was in my head but it did lessened. I am on day three of the spray and the Doctor has also prescribed me with antibotics to take if the problem persists after day three. The problem with this is I have just started a course of Champix which is to give up smoking and can not take antibotics with the Champix. Like some of you I am also thinking about going to a Chiroprator to see if it is to do with a pinching on a nerve. So for the time being I am going to try to narrow it down which could be a long process. I am not stressed, sleep well, eat well and look after myself. Once I give up the smokes I cant think of anything else to change as far as how I look after myself. To all you out there in head buzzing land, keep up the posting and reporting so we can at least try to solve what the Doctors cant. I am keeping a diary and I am going to beat this thing. The sadest thing that I have read in these posts is that some people are not being believed and made to look stupid or that they are nuts. Just remember you are not alone.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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