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A Treatment Plan To Ease The Incessant Ringing Noise In Your Ear

A ringing noise in the ear, officially known as tinnitus, can result from several things. Many people incorrectly categorise this condition as a disease. However, it is a symptom of the state of your auditory system. So, where does the ringing come from, and how is it treated? Usually, the ringing is caused by damaged…
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Tinnitus Remedies: Supplements You Need To Help Improve Tinnitus

Dr John-Charles Hodge, MBBS, MA, MRCS, FRACS, Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) medical specialist with over 20 years of industry experience in the UK and Australia shares ongoing tips on how to cope with tinnitus. Are There Additional Supplements That Can Help Your Tinnitus? Previously, Dr Hodge has discussed magnesium, zinc and Vitamin B12 but…
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Does Alcohol Affect My Tinnitus?

Dr John-Charles Hodge, MBBS, MA, MRCS, FRACS, Ear Nose and Throat (ENT) medical specialist with over 20 years of industry experience in the UK and Australia shares ongoing tips with us on how to cope with tinnitus. Watch the video here. Dr Hodge is passionate about seeking quality of life improvements for sufferers of tinnitus.…
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Can Tinnitus Make You Deaf?

For most people, we find that as we age, we incur a varying quantity of age-related hearing loss. It is different from person to person as our lifestyle, and our genetics contribute to the longevity of our hearing. The age-related loss usually occurs in the high-frequency bandwidth as this part of the inner ear is…
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HOW TO SLEEP WITH TINNITUS

How To Sleep With Tinnitus

Does tinnitus affect your sleep? Absolutely. As you know, our response to sounds at night is far greater as the “white noise” of day time life is no longer helping your brain block out repetitive noises. Perhaps you have had a dripping tap in the bathroom before? That tiny dripping noise repeating over and over…
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Effects of Tinnitus

Physiological And Emotional Effects of Tinnitus

Tinnitus can have a significant effect on the quality of life. It has been linked to physical decline, communication challenges, social avoidance, depression, anxiety, concentration difficulties, insomnia, or headaches. Quality Of Life Outcomes of tinnitus impacts have included job loss, marital relationship breakdown, failure to keep up with studying requirements, emotional stress and a self-isolation…
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Tinnitus Treatment Training

How The Tinnitus Treatment App Works

As an acoustic equivalent of “rubbing the head”, the Tinnitus Treatment App trains the individual’s brain to ignore their tinnitus symptoms. How does the app do this? Well, it uses the same neurological process that reduces the sensation of pain when a person rubs their head after it has been knocked. As an acoustic neuromodulator,…
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Hear It From The Ear Specialist: Foods Which Provide Relief For Tinnitus Symptoms

Hear It From The Ear Specialist: Foods Which Provide Relief For Tinnitus Symptoms Tinnitus can be an exceptionally annoying and painful ringing in your ears can make listening to music or general hearing for that matter difficult. Fortunately for labourers, retirees, veterans and those within the older age group, while there is a lack of…
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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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