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Tinnitus: Ringing in the Ears

Tinnitus and your hearing health

Do your ear ring, buzz   You’re not alone. 

Approximately 10-15 million Americans suffer from hearing loss!

Tinnitus symptoms

Tinnitus refers to the hearing of perceiving sounds that have no known source. Commonly perceived sounds include ringing, buzzing, or humming. 

FACT:

Approximately 90% of those with hearing loss have has tinnitus symptoms

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Tinnitus symptoms

Tinnitus refers to the hearing of perceiving sounds that have no known source. Commonly perceived sounds include ringing, buzzing, or humming. 

FACT:

Approximately 90% of those with hearing loss have has tinnitus symptoms

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Tinnitus causes

Although tinnitus is often a symptom of another condition there are several known factors that can lead to tinnitus symptoms.

  • Earwax buildup
  • High blood pressure
  • Too much caffeine
  • Consistent prolonged exposure to loud noise
  • Use of some medications

There are also several other medical conditions that can lead to tinnitus.  

Always consult your physician if you have prolonged tinnitus.  

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Hearing aids for tinnitus symptoms

Hearing aids may be used to help reduce tinnitus.  The advanced technology at LifeSound Hearing decreases the intensity of the tinnitus symptoms. 

It is always recommended to contact your local LifeSound hearing professional to find out if hearing aids are an option to reduce your tinnitus.  

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