Are you Suffering from any of these symptoms as a result of Tinnitus? Call Today for a Consultation.     Mild to severe anxiety     Insomnia     Triggered fight or flight   Depression   Negative thinking   Crying spells   Hopelessness   Suicidal thoughts   Ringing in the ears Do you feel your… Continue Reading

Tinnitus in One Ear Only?

Can you have tinnitus in one ear only? Tinnitus is a hearing condition that affects a person hearing sounds that do not exist. You might be suffering from tinnitus if you experience sounds or noise in your ear and head that you’re sure are not actually occurring in your surrounding environment. (Source) The quality, type,… Continue Reading

Pulsatile Tinnitus Causes & Treatment

What are the main pulsatile tinnitus causes? Tinnitus is a hearing condition in which the affected person hears sounds that do not exist in their surrounding environment. You may experience ringing in the ear(s) or head when you have tinnitus. However, the quality, type, frequency, and loudness of the sound vary from person to person.… Continue Reading

Tinnitus and Psychology: What’s the Relationship?

Is there a relationship between tinnitus and psychology? Tinnitus is a hearing condition in which the affected person perceives sounds that are unrelated to any external source. This means the sound does not acoustically exist in the outside world. Sufferers of tinnitus define tinnitus as a ringing in the ears. However, some others also experience… Continue Reading

Ringing in the Ears: Is It Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is the sensation of hearing sounds without an external source. Although normally characterized by ringing in the ears, many people also experience buzzing, hissing, chirping, whistling, etc. The sound a person affected by tinnitus hears can vary greatly. For example, some people may experience constant tinnitus while others suffer from intermittent ringing. Not only… Continue Reading

Latest Data on Tinnitus

What is some of the latest data on tinnitus? Many people, especially adults, experience the tinnitus symptoms. In fact, an estimated number of 3.4 million people suffer from tinnitus. Not to forget, 56.1 percent of these adults are experiencing tinnitus for more than 5 years. On the other hand, tinnitus is affecting the remaining for… Continue Reading

COVID and Tinnitus: Is There a Relationship?

Often referred to as ringing in the ears, tinnitus is another condition where research is needed to explore its relationship with COVID-19. As patients recover from the fatal viral infection, many report tinnitus symptoms. Although tinnitus is not directly considered a symptom of COVID-19, the post-COVID condition affects many patients. (Source) A systematic review regarding… Continue Reading

Common Treatments for Tinnitus

What are some common treatments for tinnitus? Tinnitus is a hearing condition that affects millions of people all around the world. In the US alone, 50 million adults suffer from tinnitus. While tinnitus can affect people of all ages, it is most common among adults older than 50 years of age. Moreover, adults usually experience… Continue Reading

Common Tinnitus Sounds

What are the most common tinnitus sounds? Many people around the world suffer from tinnitus, with 50 million adults in the US alone. Although people of different ages experience tinnitus at least once in their lifetime, it is most common in older adults. In fact, studies suggest that more than half of the affected people… Continue Reading

Stephen Geller Katz: Tinnitus Retraining Therapy

Tinnitus retraining therapy, or TRT, is rapidly becoming the most effective way to treat the sound disorder known as tinnitus. Currently, experts and scientists are busy searching for an effective permanent cure for tinnitus and associated sound disorders. While there are no instant cures for tinnitus, there are other remedial solutions that relate to medical… Continue Reading

Tinnitus in One Ear Only?

Can you have tinnitus in one ear only? Tinnitus is a hearing condition that affects a person hearing sounds that do not exist. You might be suffering from tinnitus if you experience sounds or noise in your ear and head that you’re sure are not actually occurring in your surrounding environment. (Source) The quality, type,… Continue Reading

Pulsatile Tinnitus Causes & Treatment

What are the main pulsatile tinnitus causes? Tinnitus is a hearing condition in which the affected person hears sounds that do not exist in their surrounding environment. You may experience ringing in the ear(s) or head when you have tinnitus. However, the quality, type, frequency, and loudness of the sound vary from person to person.… Continue Reading

Tinnitus and Psychology: What’s the Relationship?

Is there a relationship between tinnitus and psychology? Tinnitus is a hearing condition in which the affected person perceives sounds that are unrelated to any external source. This means the sound does not acoustically exist in the outside world. Sufferers of tinnitus define tinnitus as a ringing in the ears. However, some others also experience… Continue Reading

Ringing in the Ears: Is It Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is the sensation of hearing sounds without an external source. Although normally characterized by ringing in the ears, many people also experience buzzing, hissing, chirping, whistling, etc. The sound a person affected by tinnitus hears can vary greatly. For example, some people may experience constant tinnitus while others suffer from intermittent ringing. Not only… Continue Reading

Latest Data on Tinnitus

What is some of the latest data on tinnitus? Many people, especially adults, experience the tinnitus symptoms. In fact, an estimated number of 3.4 million people suffer from tinnitus. Not to forget, 56.1 percent of these adults are experiencing tinnitus for more than 5 years. On the other hand, tinnitus is affecting the remaining for… Continue Reading

COVID and Tinnitus: Is There a Relationship?

Often referred to as ringing in the ears, tinnitus is another condition where research is needed to explore its relationship with COVID-19. As patients recover from the fatal viral infection, many report tinnitus symptoms. Although tinnitus is not directly considered a symptom of COVID-19, the post-COVID condition affects many patients. (Source) A systematic review regarding… Continue Reading

Common Treatments for Tinnitus

What are some common treatments for tinnitus? Tinnitus is a hearing condition that affects millions of people all around the world. In the US alone, 50 million adults suffer from tinnitus. While tinnitus can affect people of all ages, it is most common among adults older than 50 years of age. Moreover, adults usually experience… Continue Reading

Common Tinnitus Sounds

What are the most common tinnitus sounds? Many people around the world suffer from tinnitus, with 50 million adults in the US alone. Although people of different ages experience tinnitus at least once in their lifetime, it is most common in older adults. In fact, studies suggest that more than half of the affected people… Continue Reading

Stephen Geller Katz: Tinnitus Retraining Therapy

Tinnitus retraining therapy, or TRT, is rapidly becoming the most effective way to treat the sound disorder known as tinnitus. Currently, experts and scientists are busy searching for an effective permanent cure for tinnitus and associated sound disorders. While there are no instant cures for tinnitus, there are other remedial solutions that relate to medical… Continue Reading

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