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Tinnitus Cure Very Soon

According to a story reported by London’s Express, there could be a tinnitus cure very soon.

Scientists Believe They are Close

Researchers at the University of Western Australia believe they have found a way to eliminate the once unstoppable tinnitus, a condition suffered by over 50 million Americans.

What the university has developed is a drug called furosemide. The drug works by minimizing activity in the auditory nerve. This reduces the neural hyperactivity in the region of the brain that processes sound. While not yet tested on human subjects, guinea pigs given tinnitus were apparently cured after being treated with fuosemide. This is … Continue Reading

New Cures For Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a frustrating and often debilitating condition in which you perceive sounds within your ears. These sounds are only heard by you and can interfere with your hearing, your ability to carry on a conversation and your capability to concentrate at work or school. Fortunately, medical researchers and doctors are looking for new cures for tinnitus and are achieving some successes in developing helpful treatment options.

Hormone Therapy
One of the new cures for tinnitus involves a hormone therapy. Small doses of the hormone misoprostol have been found to reduce the volume of tinnitus. Misoprostol is taken orally as a tablet. … Continue Reading

Tinnitus Cure 2017


Tinnitus Cure 2017

For people trying to find a tinnitus cure 2017 may be the greatest year ever. There is more hope for an effective treatment for ever before. The difficult questions of tinnitus diagnosis and amelioration have been substantially answered in recent years. The precise vector of the syndrome, which is the derangement or degradation of the microscopic structures of the ear, cannot be directly treated at this time. However, great strides have been made in precise detection and diagnosis, and that means more effective palliative efforts than ever before.

For example, careful training and testing with a series of … Continue Reading

Tinnitus Therapy Music

Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is a problem for many. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, it is estimated that nearly 15% of the general public suffer from some degree of tinnitus. So, what causes this condition and what can you do about it?

What Causes Tinnitus?
Tinnitus is caused by a person’s exposure to noise. Most people who suffer from the condition have a variety of factors that culminate to cause the frequency of the condition and influence the severity of it. Common causes of tinnitus include exposure to constant loud noises at work (such as at a … Continue Reading

Tinnitus: “Just Get Used to It?!”

Ever been frustrated when others tell you to “just get used” to your tinnitus? In this video, I talk about why this happens, and why tinnitus sufferers are rightfully irritated by this.

Originally, Tinnitus Retraining Therapy was developed as a method to cause¬†unhabituated individuals to become¬†habituated to their tinnitus. There’s evidence that this works, but it won’t lower the volume of your tinnitus.

Habituation is a process whereby an individual’s tinnitus tone no longer bothers them. Habituation has been shown to lower the distress caused by tinnitus, but … Continue Reading

2016 News on Tinnitus

One of the most common service-related health conditions of veterans is tinnitus, or uncontrollable ringing in the ears. Yet, they are not alone. Over 50 million Americans experience this condition. While it is a common otic issue, little is known about its treatment.

Based on the most recent studies, The American Academy of Otolaryngology has introduced a new set of guidelines for dealing with this condition. Comprised of an impressive group of ear, nose, and throat doctors, this group claims that tinnitus diminishes on its own in the majority of patients. However, approximately 20% of patients require some form of medical … Continue Reading

Remission of Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a condition in which sufferers hear sounds without anything that might be causing the sound. It often manifests as a high pitched whine or ringing in the ears, but some sufferers hear a lower sound like a background growl or rumble. Some even report a sensation like a barely-heard conversation that can’t be made out. Whatever form it takes, it is usually unpleasant to deal with.

Side effects of tinnitus are varied and frustrating. A common effect is to be kept awake by the constant perception of sound. As the house gets quiet when you go to bed, it’s … Continue Reading

Tinnius Clicking Sound

For many people, tinnitus can be a debilitating and frustrating condition. Characterized by numerous sounds in the ears such as swishing, ringing, or throbbing, it can also be diagnosed by a patient stating they often hear a clicking sound in their ears. Heard even when no external sound is present, a tinnius clicking sound can be caused by a variety of factors including infections, ear trauma, aging, and certain diseases such as Meniere’s Syndrome or brain tumors.

Objective Tinnitus
For those who experience a tinnius clicking sound, a diagnosis could reveal it may be what is known as objective tinnitus. Considered extremely … Continue Reading

Sound Retrains the Tinnitus Brain

Tinnitus is a poorly-understood medical condition that presents itself as an unpleasant, distressing, and sometimes outright painful ringing sound without cause. It can cause insomnia, frustration, difficulty hearing conversations, and a host of other conditions.

Causes of Tinnitus

Sometimes tinnitus symptoms are caused by an obvious external factor; a loud explosion or a long period in a loud environment, for example, can leave someone’s ears ringing for several days or even weeks. This kind of tinnitus frequently goes away in its own time.

The other common kind of tinnitus does not. It persists for years, and often accompanies the loss of hearing ability. … Continue Reading

Huey Lewis Hearing Loss

If I had to pick a song title to describe hearing loss associated tinnitus, it would be Huey Lewis’ Stuck With You. The song might not be a fit, but the title definitely is. Huey Lewis might even agree, as he is one of several prominent musicians to suffer from both hearing loss and chronic tinnitus.

A Sad Thought

Huey Lewis has brought a lot of joy to people. Songs like Workin’ for a Livin’, (She’s) Some Kind of Wonderful, and Back to the Future’s Back In Time are justifiably considered classics. So there’s a genuine sense of loss and frustration as … Continue Reading