What Is Bilateral Tinnitus?
Bilateral tinnitus is considered to be more disturbing compared to the ordinary tinnitus condition. You may already be aware of the fact that tinnitus is a condition where you hear ringing or buzzing sounds in one or both ears. Although this condition has no physical manifestation, it can be very discomforting for you and it may even disrupt your daily activities. As mentioned, the noise can be heard in one or both ears, but for bilateral tinnitus, the ringing or buzzing sounds are specifically heard in both ears.Itchy (Prurisy) Ears
One of the more common problems I see in my practice is that of itchy ears. The patient would have, by the time they present, tried all sorts of remedies including the dangerous practice of using ears buds, match sticks and a miscellany of other harmful instruments to rid the ear of the itch.Medical, Herbal, and Therapy Treatments to Cure Ringing in the Ears
Tinnitus is a hearing disorder as continuous ringing sounds in the ears. It is very annoying and a large percentage of people suffer the problem. In many cases, tinnitus only happens for a short period or intermittently, while in severe cases, patients can suffer the ringing sounds continuously for a long time. Fortunately, there are only rare cases that tinnitus is a symptom or an initial sign of a serious medical condition.Hearing Loss: Sudden Hearing Loss – Causes and Treatment
Sudden hearing loss can be very traumatic. You are not able to hear the T.V., music, friends and family talking or the children playing. However it is usually treatable and not permanent. With the right treatment it is possible to restore this type of hearing loss back to full strength.Expanding the Paradigm for Adopting Hearing Loops
The common paradigm for hearing loop adoption frames the process as a matter of rights: that the accommodation provided by hearing loops is a civil right of the hard of hearing. The argument is both compelling on its face and reinforced by a considerable body of federal legislation. This paradigm has produced some notable successes, but there are limitations.