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Click on this cool site on http://www.goarticles.com/cgi-bin/sho... The tinnitus is the name for the noise that is in your ears that may sound like bells (small and tinkling or loud and clanging) ringing or a swishing that sound like water running or air flowing. As we age, hearing loss is a strong possibility for some of us and tinnitus is just as much of a possibility. Damage to the nerve ending in the inner ear can cause tinnitus as well as hearing loss. Some of the more commons causes of tinnitus can be taking aspirin or ibuprofen; ear injuries or ear infections; and head injuries among others. Tinnitus can also be a symptom of an aneurysm or a brain tumor, although this is rare. The aneurysm or tumor is rare symptoms of tinnitus but they are a symptom nonetheless and are known as acoustic tumors.