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 friends don’t… Continue Reading

Tinnitus in Senior Citizens

As people start aging, you tend to notice drastic health changes, and unfortunately, those changes are for the worst. Weaker eyesight, unable to walk longer, and reduced hearing are just a few health issues that come with old age. The elderly also start to irritate quicker as they experience different health symptoms. However, one of… Continue Reading

Ringing in the Ears: Is It Tinnitus?

Do you ever hear unusual ringing or even a buzzing sound in your ears? Does it occur frequently or occasionally without the presence of a valid source? Well, that what you may call a “ringing in the ears.” Usually, doctors and scientists refer to it as tinnitus. It is a neurological and audiological disorder. Although… Continue Reading

Are Sound Disorders Hereditary?

Genetics is an important factor for hearing and sound disorders in children. Our bodies are a make-up of trillions of tiny cells. Within each one of those cells, we have thousands of genetic materials, which act like instructions that decide how our body will grow and develop. They are also the determining units that make… Continue Reading

Natural Ways to Relieve Tinnitus

What are some natural ways to relieve tinnitus? The most common definition of tinnitus is the ringing in your ears. Well, a patient suffering from tinnitus can hear multiple different sounds apart from just ringing. The sounds that a tinnitus patient hears have no external source or existence producing them. This can be quite disrupting… Continue Reading

Hyperacusis & Tinnitus Are they Related?

Are Hyperacusis & Tinnitus Related? Below we will describe both conditions and can compare to see if there is any relation between the 2. What is Hyperacusis? This condition involves the inability to bear daily sounds. People suffering from hyperacusis usually find normal sounds to be very loud, painful, and uncomfortable. The most common cause… Continue Reading

Tinnitus Symptoms

A person with tinnitus usually hears a ringing sound in their ears. However, this is not always the case. They may also hear whistling, clicking, and hissing sounds. This condition can be temporary or persistent and chronic. Tinnitus only affects 50 million people in America. It mostly occurs in people 50 years or above, but… Continue Reading

Tinnitus and Telehealth

So how does tinnitus and telehealth work? Unless you live under a rock, you probably have some clue as to how technology is impacting modern life. However, if you go back a few decades, you will realize just how fast it has changed. You can stay connected with your friends and family from anywhere around… Continue Reading

Sound Sensitivity Causes & Treatment

Do you have problems with sound sensitivity? Hyperacusis is a hearing disorder that makes it very difficult to hear daily sounds. Experts also call this condition noise or sound sensitivity. If you suffer from sound sensitivity, specific sounds might feel very loud, but people sitting beside you may not even notice it. Hyperacusis is uncommon.… Continue Reading

OCD and Tinnitus

Is there a relation between OCD and tinnitus? As per some observations, people with Tinnitus possess other psychopathological conditions, one of which is OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder). These two disorders correlate to each other. In some cases, one can increase the severity of the other. A person with a psychopathological condition like OCD and Tinnitus… Continue Reading

Hyperacusis & Tinnitus Are they Related?

Hyperacusis This condition involves the inability to bear daily sounds. People suffering from hyperacusis usually find normal sounds to be very loud, painful, and uncomfortable. The most common cause of hyperacusis is impairment of the inner ear due to exposure to loud noises and aging. Experts link this condition with tinnitus, which involves a ringing,… Continue Reading

Tinnitus in Senior Citizens

As people start aging, you tend to notice drastic health changes, and unfortunately, those changes are for the worst. Weaker eyesight, unable to walk longer, and reduced hearing are just a few health issues that come with old age. The elderly also start to irritate quicker as they experience different health symptoms. However, one of… Continue Reading

Ringing in the Ears: Is It Tinnitus?

Do you ever hear unusual ringing or even a buzzing sound in your ears? Does it occur frequently or occasionally without the presence of a valid source? Well, that what you may call a “ringing in the ears.” Usually, doctors and scientists refer to it as tinnitus. It is a neurological and audiological disorder. Although… Continue Reading

Are Sound Disorders Hereditary?

Genetics is an important factor for hearing and sound disorders in children. Our bodies are a make-up of trillions of tiny cells. Within each one of those cells, we have thousands of genetic materials, which act like instructions that decide how our body will grow and develop. They are also the determining units that make… Continue Reading

Natural Ways to Relieve Tinnitus

What are some natural ways to relieve tinnitus? The most common definition of tinnitus is the ringing in your ears. Well, a patient suffering from tinnitus can hear multiple different sounds apart from just ringing. The sounds that a tinnitus patient hears have no external source or existence producing them. This can be quite disrupting… Continue Reading

Hyperacusis & Tinnitus Are they Related?

Are Hyperacusis & Tinnitus Related? Below we will describe both conditions and can compare to see if there is any relation between the 2. What is Hyperacusis? This condition involves the inability to bear daily sounds. People suffering from hyperacusis usually find normal sounds to be very loud, painful, and uncomfortable. The most common cause… Continue Reading

Tinnitus Symptoms

A person with tinnitus usually hears a ringing sound in their ears. However, this is not always the case. They may also hear whistling, clicking, and hissing sounds. This condition can be temporary or persistent and chronic. Tinnitus only affects 50 million people in America. It mostly occurs in people 50 years or above, but… Continue Reading

Tinnitus and Telehealth

So how does tinnitus and telehealth work? Unless you live under a rock, you probably have some clue as to how technology is impacting modern life. However, if you go back a few decades, you will realize just how fast it has changed. You can stay connected with your friends and family from anywhere around… Continue Reading

Sound Sensitivity Causes & Treatment

Do you have problems with sound sensitivity? Hyperacusis is a hearing disorder that makes it very difficult to hear daily sounds. Experts also call this condition noise or sound sensitivity. If you suffer from sound sensitivity, specific sounds might feel very loud, but people sitting beside you may not even notice it. Hyperacusis is uncommon.… Continue Reading

OCD and Tinnitus

Is there a relation between OCD and tinnitus? As per some observations, people with Tinnitus possess other psychopathological conditions, one of which is OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder). These two disorders correlate to each other. In some cases, one can increase the severity of the other. A person with a psychopathological condition like OCD and Tinnitus… Continue Reading

Hyperacusis & Tinnitus Are they Related?

Hyperacusis This condition involves the inability to bear daily sounds. People suffering from hyperacusis usually find normal sounds to be very loud, painful, and uncomfortable. The most common cause of hyperacusis is impairment of the inner ear due to exposure to loud noises and aging. Experts link this condition with tinnitus, which involves a ringing,… Continue Reading

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