Are you Suffering from any of these symptoms as a result of Tinnitus? Free 15 Min 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 family and… Continue Reading

Physiology of Ear

What is physiology of ear? Can you imagine your life without hearing? Bless those souls who are leading their lives wonderfully without the sense of hearing. Your ears are one of the most vital parts of your body. They give you the gift of one of the five senses. Your ears have a perfectly shape… Continue Reading

Noise Disorders

What are noise disorders? Individuals who suffer from noise disorders and auditory problems often end up isolating themselves in an attempt to avoid the noise that triggers their intense reaction. This condition is immensely problematic, especially because it comes in the way of their personal growth. Social interaction is very important for growth. These triggering… Continue Reading

Can I get Tinnitus Because of my Location

Can you get tinnitus because of your location? A person with tinnitus hears ringing, buzzing, whistling, hissing, or chirping when no physical sound is present. This condition is usually a symptom of either auditory or respiratory-related problems. Tinnitus can cause serious difficulty in sleeping and concentration. The severity of tinnitus can range from mild inconvenience… Continue Reading

Has the rate of Tinnitus Increased over the Years?

Has the rate of tinnitus increased over the years? Tinnitus is a condition wherein a person hears buzzing, ringing, hissing, and chirping in their ears with no physical source of the sound. Tinnitus is getting more common then you have probably thought it is. Around 32% of the US population has or ever had tinnitus,… Continue Reading

Current Treatments for Tinnitus

What are the current treatments for Tinnitus? Are you someone who feels a continuous ringing sensation in your ears and you find it unbearably irritating? Well, you may be suffering from Tinnitus, which is an auditory condition that can result from various causes. Do you want to make it go away or at least reduce… Continue Reading

Is Tinnitus related to other conditions?

Many wonder if tinnitus related to other conditions. Tinnitus is a noise disorder that involves hearing loss and auditory issues. It is result of damage to the ‘cilia’ (hair cells) in our inner ears, which interrupts the normal process of sound interpretation. Usually, this condition stems from exposure to intensely loud and repetitive sound, which… Continue Reading

Causes of Tinnitus

What are some causes if tinnitus? Tinnitus is becoming one of the most prevailing health conditions in the United States. According to a report, around 50 million people in the U.S. are affected by tinnitus at some point in their life. Many people associate it with hearing loss. However, the condition does not result in… Continue Reading

Ringing in the Ears – Do I have Tinnitus?

Ringing in the ears can border on painful. Victims of tinnitus experience a wide range of symptoms capable of jeopardizing hearing, employment, and even relationships. The Tinnitus Cognitive Center can identify tinnitus and developed a therapy to help you control the effects of the condition. What are the symptoms of Tinnitus? Tinnitus is an audial… Continue Reading

Tinnitus in the News

With growing awareness, tinnitus is in the news. Be a part of the revolution at the Tinnitus Cognitive Center. Can you capture the sounds of tinnitus? You are not alone if you suffer from tinnitus. Lipo-Flavanoid highlighted these by interviewing a small fraction of the 50 million affected Americans. Their research is presented in a… Continue Reading

Breakthroughs in Tinnitus Treatment

Breakthroughs in tinnitus treatment continue to offer people suffering from this condition a way out of pain and frustration. Dr. Stephen Geller Katz, LCSW-R’s groundbreaking tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy. Researchers found other methods for treatment, but cognitive retraining remains the most effective means for dealing with symptoms. What breakthroughs have been made in Tinnitus treatment?… Continue Reading

Physiology of Ear

What is physiology of ear? Can you imagine your life without hearing? Bless those souls who are leading their lives wonderfully without the sense of hearing. Your ears are one of the most vital parts of your body. They give you the gift of one of the five senses. Your ears have a perfectly shape… Continue Reading

Noise Disorders

What are noise disorders? Individuals who suffer from noise disorders and auditory problems often end up isolating themselves in an attempt to avoid the noise that triggers their intense reaction. This condition is immensely problematic, especially because it comes in the way of their personal growth. Social interaction is very important for growth. These triggering… Continue Reading

Can I get Tinnitus Because of my Location

Can you get tinnitus because of your location? A person with tinnitus hears ringing, buzzing, whistling, hissing, or chirping when no physical sound is present. This condition is usually a symptom of either auditory or respiratory-related problems. Tinnitus can cause serious difficulty in sleeping and concentration. The severity of tinnitus can range from mild inconvenience… Continue Reading

Has the rate of Tinnitus Increased over the Years?

Has the rate of tinnitus increased over the years? Tinnitus is a condition wherein a person hears buzzing, ringing, hissing, and chirping in their ears with no physical source of the sound. Tinnitus is getting more common then you have probably thought it is. Around 32% of the US population has or ever had tinnitus,… Continue Reading

Current Treatments for Tinnitus

What are the current treatments for Tinnitus? Are you someone who feels a continuous ringing sensation in your ears and you find it unbearably irritating? Well, you may be suffering from Tinnitus, which is an auditory condition that can result from various causes. Do you want to make it go away or at least reduce… Continue Reading

Is Tinnitus related to other conditions?

Many wonder if tinnitus related to other conditions. Tinnitus is a noise disorder that involves hearing loss and auditory issues. It is result of damage to the ‘cilia’ (hair cells) in our inner ears, which interrupts the normal process of sound interpretation. Usually, this condition stems from exposure to intensely loud and repetitive sound, which… Continue Reading

Causes of Tinnitus

What are some causes if tinnitus? Tinnitus is becoming one of the most prevailing health conditions in the United States. According to a report, around 50 million people in the U.S. are affected by tinnitus at some point in their life. Many people associate it with hearing loss. However, the condition does not result in… Continue Reading

Ringing in the Ears – Do I have Tinnitus?

Ringing in the ears can border on painful. Victims of tinnitus experience a wide range of symptoms capable of jeopardizing hearing, employment, and even relationships. The Tinnitus Cognitive Center can identify tinnitus and developed a therapy to help you control the effects of the condition. What are the symptoms of Tinnitus? Tinnitus is an audial… Continue Reading

Tinnitus in the News

With growing awareness, tinnitus is in the news. Be a part of the revolution at the Tinnitus Cognitive Center. Can you capture the sounds of tinnitus? You are not alone if you suffer from tinnitus. Lipo-Flavanoid highlighted these by interviewing a small fraction of the 50 million affected Americans. Their research is presented in a… Continue Reading

Breakthroughs in Tinnitus Treatment

Breakthroughs in tinnitus treatment continue to offer people suffering from this condition a way out of pain and frustration. Dr. Stephen Geller Katz, LCSW-R’s groundbreaking tinnitus Cognitive Retraining Therapy. Researchers found other methods for treatment, but cognitive retraining remains the most effective means for dealing with symptoms. What breakthroughs have been made in Tinnitus treatment?… Continue Reading

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