This can make people think there is a noise when, in reality, there is none.
“It’s constant,” said Phillip. “It’s never silent in my head”, describing it as a “high-pitched noise”.
Sometimes the noises go by themselves, said Dr Nighat, other times it might require treatment.
Answering a phone-in query from the public who also suffers from the condition, Dr Nighat said cognitive behavioural therapy might be helpful.
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