Hearing Health Blog
Alongside hearing loss, tinnitus is one of the most common health issues to affect people of ages and backgrounds. In fact, millions suffer from the condition on a daily basis. If you believe that you have tinnitus, visiting an audiologist is the only way to gain a clear diagnosis. Before booking your appointment with the audiologist , here’s all you
Tinnitus is one of the most common health complaints in modern society, with between 10% and 20% of all Americans suffering from the condition to some level. If you believe that you are one of them, you should get the issue checked ASAP. Before seeing an audiologist, though, it’s important to educate yourself on the subject. Asking questions is the best
Although tinnitus affects around 15-20% of people, it’s often misunderstood. Despite being a very common condition, people aren’t always aware of the symptoms it can cause. To ensure you recognize the symptoms, look at the most common signs of tinnitus now. Noises in the ear People often assume tinnitus means ringing in the ears and this is certainly a common
A lot of people fail to pay attention to their ears and their hearing health. This is because the effects are so gradual and small that we don’t notice any deterioration until it’s too late. One of the most common hearing health conditions that we encounter is tinnitus, an internal ringing, buzzing or hissing noise that occurs within our ear.
Tinnitus is a very common hearing disorder that more than 50 million Americans deal with every year. It can be treated with a variety of techniques depending on the cause of your tinnitus, and your symptoms could range from mild to severe. When your symptoms are significant, you notice them right away and you will find that your daily life
Hearing loss and tinnitus are both connected to each other. Many of those who experience hearing loss are also dealing with tinnitus, which isn’t easy to deal with for most people. This is a problem that can occur at any age, as it’s about your hearing, which can change due to noise, age, injury, infection and many more reasons. Treating
If you’ve ever experienced a ringing in your ears, whether intermittent or constant, you may have tinnitus. This condition can be caused by a number of factors, and while a cure isn’t currently available, there are several remedies for it. While many instances of tinnitus will resolve within 24-48 hours, if your condition remains or becomes more persistent, it’s time
Is there a persistent ringing in your ears? If it’s been there for more than a week, then the chances are you have tinnitus. Don’t worry; this is a common hearing issue that affects most people at some point in life. Visit your audiologist to get the problem checked out, and they’ll tell you what needs to be done next.
If you are dealing with tinnitus, you are more than likely looking at how to deal with it before it feels like it's going out of control. No one wants to deal with the buzzing, ringing, ticking or beeping that comes with tinnitus. The problem is that most people know what tinnitus is but don't fully understand what the treatment
There’s a good chance that you’ve experienced tinnitus before, even if you couldn’t put a name to the condition. Some of us experience it as a ringing, others as a buzzing. For some it can sound like a clicking while others may hear it as a humming. When we’re trying to get to sleep, tinnitus can keep us awake. When