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Tinnitus Habituation

Tinnitus is a problem where a person hears constant ringing, buzzing, humming or whistling in their ears that has nothing to do with outside noises. It can be incredibly distressing to those who suffer from it. While the condition isn’t life threatening, it is life altering. Sufferers can end up with depression, stress and constant agitation. Over 50 million people are afflicted with some form of tinnitus.

Becoming Habituated to Tinnitus

When you move into a new home close to a highway, you might be overwhelmed with the traffic sounds. After a few months though, you fail to notice the noise anymore. … Continue Reading

Celebrities with Menieres Disease

Many people may not be aware of what Menieres disease entails, much less just how many celebrities with Menieres disease there are.

Usually beginning somewhere between early adulthood and middle age, this inner ear disease usually includes bouts of vertigo, uncomfortable amounts of ear pressure, ringing in the ears, or tinnitus, and ultimately it can include a total loss of hearing.

While the disease is often unilateral, or affecting one specific ear, it can be bilateral as well, posing a problem for both ears.

There is no real cure, but the disease’s symptoms can be maintained with proper treatment. Some surgeries are available … Continue Reading

Tinnitus Disappears Completely

As sufferers know, there are no cures for tinnitus. This is an ailment that sufferers have simply learned to manage. You can find stories of people who have been victim to a noise in their ears that never goes away, a sound so disruptive it prevents sleeping, interferes with socializing and can actually lead to headaches and distraction. You can find sufferers whose afflictions are fairly mild, intermittent and annoying.

Search the Internet, you can also find many stories where tinnitus disappears completely. Here are a few:

“The Buzzing in my right here has gone. Completely. I’ts now Saturday evening and still … Continue Reading

Tinnitus Cd

Whether it’s ringing, buzzing or other persistent sound, tinnitus is something that you are looking to find relief for. Although there are various approaches to relieving tinnitus, one method that many people have found useful is sound therapy. There are various techniques involved as well as different devices used to achieve this, but it is through masking that many have found the best results. The following is a brief discussion of how this is achieved, along with the best approach to take.

Masking the tinnitus
This is done with the use of white noise. Simply put, white noise is sounds overlapping at … Continue Reading

Best Treatments For Tinnitus

If you have a job or a personal life that frequently places you in situations with loud music or noise, you may be suffering from a condition known as Tinnitus. If you have it, you probably would know it because symptoms include a constant, loud ringing sound in the ears.

<strong>What is Tinnitus?</strong>

If you haven’t heard of it, tinnitus is actually a loss of hearing caused by loud noise. When people are exposed to enough loud sounds, hearing loss can be the result. Oddly, tinnitus sufferers often complain of a ringing sound when no such sound exists. The loudness of the … Continue Reading

Hearing Noise Notch

If you believe that you have tinnitus, the first thing that you need to do is to get an evaluation from a doctor. He or she will be able to do a full physical exam to determine the extent of your tinnitus and make sure that it isn’t the result of a tumor or some other underlying physical condition. From there, you can use a hearing noise notch to reduce your symptoms.

What’s a Hearing Noise Notch?

Those who have tinnitus are going to have different volumes and frequencies that they hear even when no sound is present. The first step is … Continue Reading

Tinnitus Disappears Completely

Tinnitus is a ringing in the ears that sounds like a buzzing or humming noise even when there is no actual sound present. This ringing or humming noise may be present throughout the day or only occur when certain actions are taken like laying on your side while sleeping. While tinnitus can be cured, it may also go away on its own.

What Are the Odds that Tinnitus Disappears Completely?

It is commonly believed that tinnitus will not go away if it lasts for two years or more. However, new research indicates that it can go away on its own no matter … Continue Reading

Tinnitus Treatment

For those with moderate to severe tinnitus, the persistent ringing in your ears can degrade your quality of life. In some cases, it may be debilitating. Although there is no known cure, there are treatments that can help you manage the problem. The following are only five methods for tinnitus treatment.

A review of your diet and medications
A doctor can look at your diet to determine if there is anything that is contributing to the problem. For example, if you are a coffee drinker, this can lead to an increase in the symptoms associated with tinnitus. Likewise, certain medications can contribute … Continue Reading

Does Neuromonics Work?

We often ask ourselves does Neuromonics work. Neuromonics is a therapy developed to minimize the mental, physical and emotional repercussions “perceived” as a result of tinnitus. The minds behind Neuromonics use a proprietary type of sound therapy that ostensibly has the support of multiple clinical studies (it’s unclear to me how they were funded, it seems, at least in part, that they were funded by Neuromonics itself with additional grant funds from the VA).

Unfortunately, the idea that disturbances associated with tinnitus are “perceived” is a misconception. As any sufferer with the condition will attest, there is no perception. Tinnitus is … Continue Reading

Zabell Hearing Centre

At the Zabell Hearing Centre, patients are able to work with audiology professionals who are genuinely concerned about their hearing health. The Zabell Hearing Centre provides a wide range of hearing aids and products as well as specialty services to test for hearing loss and monitor the ear health of each patient. Each patient is paired with an experienced audiologist to get one-on-one care during each visit.

Hearing Products
The staff at Zabell Hearing Centre are authorized by the Canadian Ministry of Health to provide a full range of auditory products. From basic hearing aids to those that have all of the … Continue Reading