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COVID -19, UNCERTAINTY & IT’S IMPACT ON TINNITUS

These really are unprecedented times, it’s not just the COVID-19 pandemic but it’s all the unknowns this pandemic brings.  As individuals we all respond differently when faced with the unknown. How are you responding? Some people need to feel or think they are doing something. They can be hungry for more and more information, so…
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Veterans with Tinnitus

Veterans and the prevalence of tinnitus!

Tinnitus is the number one disability recorded for Veterans in the US, according to Military.com.  A high price to pay for serving your country! Veterans have a higher rate of tinnitus when compared to the general public due to prolonged exposure to noise levels that far exceed routine daily life. In the US, 1.5 million…
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tinnitus award

AWARD-WINNING TINNITUS TREATMENT

There are so many websites and apps that claim that they can cure your tinnitus, how do you ever know if they work or even if it is true!! This tinnitus treatment has not just won one iAWARD from the Australian Information Industry Association (SA) but three awards. The award also includes Pernix, the software…
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A star is born

Tinnitus In Hollywood

Whoopi Goldberg Tinnitus Whoopi is one of the many Hollywood stars to be plagued by tinnitus. Tinnitus doesn’t mind if you are famous, rich, acting on the big screen or someone who watches the big screen! Unlike other conditions, there has been little hope of actually treating your tinnitus, until now.  For years many people…
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loud music causes Tinnitus

Does noise damage your hearing?

Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) decreases your ability to hear or understand speech and sounds around you. It can be caused by a one-time exposure to an intense “impulse” sound, such as an explosion, or by continuous exposure to loud sounds over an extended period of time, such as noise generated from a regular trip to the stadium to cheer on…
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Affects of concussion

Concussion & Links To Tinnitus

With nearly 20% of the adult population at any one time experiencing tinnitus more works need to be done to really understand the triggers and causes of tinnitus. We have looked at the links between concussion and tinnitus and in particular high-risk activities that increase the risk of a concussion. There is a link shown…
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