Thanks for providing more information.
As you describe,your symptoms shouldn't be ignored and left them untreated as such.
You need to be seen by an ENT specialist for a clinical examination to rule out Sinusitis,Inner ear inflammation,Eustachian tube dysfunction.
In the meantime you can take OTC Motrin 200 mg every 4 hourly.
Do gentle massage with muscle relaxant ointment and apply warm compresses on back of neck.
Poor posture,lack of adequate sleep can be contributing factors in neck stiffness and pain.
Exposure to loud music can be a causative factor in tinnitus(ringing in ears).
Take OTC Claritin.
Do menthol steam inhalation.
Avoid spicy,fried foods.
Antibiotics can be advised as well.
Your doctor may advise masking devices (Tinnitus maskers )similar to hearing aids, these devices produce a continuous, low-level white noise that suppresses tinnitus(ringing in ears) symptoms.
Try sleeping with your head propped up in an elevated position which lessens head congestion and noises may become less noticeable.
Try Valsalva manoeuvre-Take a breath in. Then, try to breathe out gently with your mouth closed and pinching your nose.In this way, no air is blown out but you are gently pushing air into the Eustachian tube. If you do this you may feel your ears go 'pop' as air is forced into the middle ear. This sometimes eases the problem.
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