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What Do Tinnitus Sufferers Have in Common

It is clear that tinnitus is the perception of sound and sufferer may hear varying degree of noises in the ear by different types of exposure. Some people may develop tinnitus by external exposure while others develop due to an underlying disorder, but there is no specific agenda behind this mystery. Whatever the reason you… Continue Reading

Types of Tinnitus Sounds

The tinnitus sounds can be of varying types. There is no specific guideline for recognition of tinnitus sounds. But according to the type of sound experience during tinnitus, various categories have been made to distinguish between different types of tinnitus. Tinnitus considered as the melodious sound in medical terminology. The common type of symptomatic sound… Continue Reading

How to Overcome Tinnitus

When you have tinnitus, existing environmental noises become more muddling – the ringing noises can be unbearable at times. This critical condition causes spontaneous and unusual sounds, produced in the eardrums. Doctors and audiologists have done many studies on such cases to determine the cause of tinnitus, but have not yet identified the principal cause… Continue Reading

The Leading Cause of Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a complex and unbearable neurological condition. Several factors can lead to the development of this debilitating disease; a lot of them are physical while some are caused because of morbidity syndrome. There is plenty of research going on to determine the prevalence of tinnitus in specific age-groups, but the cited documentation does not… Continue Reading

Can Clubbing Cause Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a perception of a ringing noise in your ears. A fairly common problem, it is observed to affect one in five people. It cannot be classified as a medical condition in itself; however, it can be an indication of underlying health problems. Although tinnitus is a generally uncomfortable condition it is not necessarily… Continue Reading

Avoid These Foods for Tinnitus Relief

We all know tinnitus is the unbearable ringing sensation and their cases have been drastically increasing due to many factors. Various studies have been stated this condition as incurable although some of the research has stated the remedial measures to overcome this illness. Though it is true that you cannot completely cure your ringing sensation,… Continue Reading

The Foremost Symptoms Of Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a disorder where you experience ringing in your head or ears while there is no external sound or noise present. You hear noises on either intermittent or continuous basis. The sound keeps on fluctuating in your eardrums. The types of sounds heard can vary significantly and the annoying noises can exacerbate the symptoms.… Continue Reading

Risk Factors for Tinnitus That You Can Control

Are you feeling ringing or abnormal sound in your ear? Then I regret telling you that you have developed the prominent symptoms of tinnitus. People are more susceptible towards tinnitus if they have long-term exposure to a loud workplace, a frequent sufferer of depression & stress and those who are an active musician. Here are… Continue Reading

Relationship between Tinnitus and Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can occur due to many different reasons, and that can be of various frequencies and wavelengths. The hearing disorder cannot last long – if inner ear doesn’t experience any major injury of small and narrow frequency but the situation is reversed in case of tinnitus. This could mean that in tinnitus, ranges of… Continue Reading

How you can Train your Brain to Ignore Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a noise only you can hear, it can extremely pestering and can become unbearable at times. However, if it is not an indication of an underlying problem (which you can determine by visiting an LCSW-R provider), then you can train your brain to ignore it. Loud music/ noise higher than 100 dB can… Continue Reading

What Do Tinnitus Sufferers Have in Common

It is clear that tinnitus is the perception of sound and sufferer may hear varying degree of noises in the ear by different types of exposure. Some people may develop tinnitus by external exposure while others develop due to an underlying disorder, but there is no specific agenda behind this mystery. Whatever the reason you… Continue Reading

Types of Tinnitus Sounds

The tinnitus sounds can be of varying types. There is no specific guideline for recognition of tinnitus sounds. But according to the type of sound experience during tinnitus, various categories have been made to distinguish between different types of tinnitus. Tinnitus considered as the melodious sound in medical terminology. The common type of symptomatic sound… Continue Reading

How to Overcome Tinnitus

When you have tinnitus, existing environmental noises become more muddling – the ringing noises can be unbearable at times. This critical condition causes spontaneous and unusual sounds, produced in the eardrums. Doctors and audiologists have done many studies on such cases to determine the cause of tinnitus, but have not yet identified the principal cause… Continue Reading

The Leading Cause of Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a complex and unbearable neurological condition. Several factors can lead to the development of this debilitating disease; a lot of them are physical while some are caused because of morbidity syndrome. There is plenty of research going on to determine the prevalence of tinnitus in specific age-groups, but the cited documentation does not… Continue Reading

Can Clubbing Cause Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a perception of a ringing noise in your ears. A fairly common problem, it is observed to affect one in five people. It cannot be classified as a medical condition in itself; however, it can be an indication of underlying health problems. Although tinnitus is a generally uncomfortable condition it is not necessarily… Continue Reading

Avoid These Foods for Tinnitus Relief

We all know tinnitus is the unbearable ringing sensation and their cases have been drastically increasing due to many factors. Various studies have been stated this condition as incurable although some of the research has stated the remedial measures to overcome this illness. Though it is true that you cannot completely cure your ringing sensation,… Continue Reading

The Foremost Symptoms Of Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a disorder where you experience ringing in your head or ears while there is no external sound or noise present. You hear noises on either intermittent or continuous basis. The sound keeps on fluctuating in your eardrums. The types of sounds heard can vary significantly and the annoying noises can exacerbate the symptoms.… Continue Reading

Risk Factors for Tinnitus That You Can Control

Are you feeling ringing or abnormal sound in your ear? Then I regret telling you that you have developed the prominent symptoms of tinnitus. People are more susceptible towards tinnitus if they have long-term exposure to a loud workplace, a frequent sufferer of depression & stress and those who are an active musician. Here are… Continue Reading

Relationship between Tinnitus and Hearing Loss

Hearing loss can occur due to many different reasons, and that can be of various frequencies and wavelengths. The hearing disorder cannot last long – if inner ear doesn’t experience any major injury of small and narrow frequency but the situation is reversed in case of tinnitus. This could mean that in tinnitus, ranges of… Continue Reading

How you can Train your Brain to Ignore Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a noise only you can hear, it can extremely pestering and can become unbearable at times. However, if it is not an indication of an underlying problem (which you can determine by visiting an LCSW-R provider), then you can train your brain to ignore it. Loud music/ noise higher than 100 dB can… Continue Reading

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