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Tinnitus and hearing loss are common conditions that people experience. Research shows that 15% of Americans have tinnitus, while nearly 16% report hearing troubles. Is there a link between hearing loss and tinnitus? Let’s take a closer look at how tinnitus and hearing loss interact.   What Are Hearing Loss and Tinnitus?  Hearing loss, deafness or hearing impairment is the

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Tinnitus is a condition people most often experience as a form of ‘ringing’ in the ears, but it can also present as a ‘humming’ or ‘rushing of air’, amongst other sounds. It can be experienced in one or both ears, and can also sometimes only be experienced at certain times throughout the day.  As a hearing condition, it can often

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Tinnitus is one of the most common hearing problems that people experience. Tinnitus is not a condition but a symptom of other underlying hearing problems. These underlying problems are often ear injury, a damaged circulatory system or hearing loss related to aging. Tinnitus can get worse with age but treating the underlying causes will help. What causes tinnitus? There are

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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 must get the issue checked ASAP. Before seeing an audiologist, though, it’s important to educate yourself on the subject. Asking questions is the

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If you’ve ever experienced the symptoms of tinnitus, you’ll know that is can cause a lot of pain and discomfort. Finding an effective way to relieve the symptoms is essential, and an audiologist is the only person that can help you discover the perfect solution for your tinnitus .  Depending on the nature of your tinnitus, there are several ways

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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

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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

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Do you have tinnitus ? This might sound an obvious question, but not everyone who suffers from tinnitus recognizes it as such. What is tinnitus? Tinnitus is an awareness of sound in the ears, which is not generated by an external source.  Typically, those sounds are only heard by the sufferer and cannot be heard by others. Some people experience

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Tinnitus can be caused by many different things. However, one of the most common causes for tinnitus is exposure to loud noises. This could be gradual exposure or sudden overwhelming exposure. If you want to avoid getting tinnitus, then you need to avoid loud noises. So, here are the top four activities that you should avoid for tinnitus prevention. 1.

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