Reposted from hear-it.org Insomnia can have a negative effect on tinnitus patients, worsening the functional and emotional toll of chronic ringing, buzzing, hissing or clicking in the head and ears, according to a study from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit in the US. “Tinnitus involves cognitive, emotional, and psycho-physiological processes, which can result in an [...]
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What is Tinnitus? Tinnitus (pronounced both ti-NIGHT-us and TIN-i-tus) is the perception of sound in the ears where no external source of sound exists. Tinnitus can be a temporary condition, lasting only a few minutes, or it can be a long term condition which can last indefinitely. In nearly all cases, the sound that the [...]
Ever had that “ringing in your ears” sensation? We call it tinnitus. For most people, it goes away after a few hours or even a few days. However, for some people, the ringing never stops and they need to seek treatment. Chronic tinnitus can sound like a ringing, whooshing, or even a roaring sound. When [...]
Dr. Garrett and Dr. Forsey just returned from 5 days spent in Boston where they learned all about the new advances in hearing and balance treatment. Besides attending classes, they were also able to visit with many of the manufacturers of audiology services. There have been a lot of advances made in the last year. Over [...]
Did you know that tinnitus is one of the most common post-war complaints of our returning soldiers? Watch this CNN story about one soldier’s experience and how Neuromonics helped him.