Avoid THESE 8 THINGS to Reduce Your Tinnitus!

Ringing in the Ears or Running of the Bulls?

I think most of us, at one time or another, have experienced the proverbial ringing in the ears. Some describe it as a buzzing, or a hissing, and even a roaring sound – can you hear the bulls? Usually the sound only lasts a short while and then, thankfully, is gone.

Pulsatile Tinnitus – What Beat Are You Marching To?

Tinnitus comes in several different noise packages, with pulsatile tinnitus being one that is not so common. With general tinnitus symptoms, the sufferer deals with noises that are continuous, such as: hissing, roaring, clicking, ear ringing and other such variations. One thing to keep in mind is that tinnitus is not a disease, but rather a symptom of some underlying condition. It is therefore important to find out what is causing the irritating sounds.

Should My Child Have a Hearing Test?

If you suspect that your child is having hearing difficulties, it is important that you have him or her tested at the earliest convenience. Here are the reasons why it is important that your child should have a hearing test: Hearing is a critical function which helps us develop speech and language skills apart from helping us communicate our thoughts and feelings. Children use the sound around them as soon as they are born to develop their cognitive function so a child’s hearing is of the utmost importance. If you have any questions or doubts about your child’s hearing ability, it is time to have their hearing tested.

Tinnitus Home Remedies and the Power of Pineapple!

Before I go singing the praises of any miraculous tinnitus home remedies I must state for the record that really, truly, and sadly, there is no absolute cure for that monotonous ringing in the ears that plagues over 50 million Americans. But don’t despair there is hope, read on…

The Bells, The Bells! Dealing With Tinnitus Hearing Loss

Over 50 million Americans suffer from tinnitus hearing loss. Young or old, male or female, tinnitus is no respecter of persons and seems to strike, at will, whomever it pleases. Some describe tinnitus as a continuous ringing in the ears. Others say it is more like a hissing, whistling, buzzing, or roaring sound. Some experience the ringing in one ear, others in both. There seems to be no rhyme or reason to the method of affliction.

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