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try not using headphones or listening to loud music for a few days if the sound goes away then you have been damaging your ears with too loud sound. If the problem persists see a doctor as you may have Tinnitus or other hearing/medical disorder that a doctor should have a look at.
It is a medical condition called "tinnitus". It can be caused by listening to loud music or noises, but it can just happen without obvious cause. Don't wear headphones loud and don't go to loud concerts, go to an ear specialist and have it checked out to rule out any pathology. Often it comes and goes by itself, but if it has no pathalogical reason then there is no cure other than masking it with other noise like the tv or radio. BTA About tinnitus
Many sufferers make use of self-help treatments such as:
Maskingthe tinnitus with competing sounds, such as low music (using personalheadphones) clocks, or other noises such as ‘white noise’ generators.This makes it easier to ignore the tinnitus, help concentration andsleep.
Useof hearing aids for hearing loss - being able to hear sounds you cannotnormally hear may help override the tinnitus noise
Cognitive behaviour therapy can help people to change their response and lower their awareness of tinnitus.
Deliberately trying to concentrate on something else and to ignore the tinnitus
Stress management - stress and fatigue can make the condition worse.
Avoidance of alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, and certain foods that are known to aggravate tinnitus.
Use of earplugs, earmuffs and avoiding loud noise to limit further damage to the ears.
We are actually not supposed to provide medical/legal advice on this site, but I just thought this may help you. Hope it does :)