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TINNITUS

Your Brain’s reaction to loss of sensory input from your ears.

Ringing, buzzing, humming…  Everyone experiences Tinnitus differently.



WHAT IS TINNITUS?


Tinnitus is the sensation of sound that is generated inside your brain and only you can hear these sounds.  Some people hear this sound only occasionally, while some people experience Tinnitus throughout their day.

Tinnitus can have a major impact on people’s daily lives, including stress, anxiety, anger and sleep loss. Tinnitus has many causes and more than 80% of people with Tinnitus also experience some degree of hearing loss, though many are not aware of this. For some, treating Tinnitus with hearing aids can help them feel that the Tinnitus is no longer as dominant. (Oticon.com)



WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF TINNITUS?

Tinnitus is a symptom not a disease and can have many possible causes.

  • hearing loss
  • accumulation of earwax
  • exposure to loud sounds
  • head or neck injuries
  • problems with blood circulation
  • jaw misalignment
  • ear or sinus infections certain types of tumors
  • cardiovascular disease
  • certain medications

HOW DOES TINNITUS AFFECT ME?

Some people who experience Tinnitus can tune it out from the perceptive part of their brain.  However, some people are affected so much that daily life is compromised.  The Tinnitus can become their focus in everyday life.



CAN TINNITUS BE TREATED?


Absolutely!

While there is no medical cure for Tinnitus, Susan has a variety of treatment solutions:

  • Hearing Aids
  • Combination Devices: Hearing aids with Tinnitus Sound Support TM
  • Tinnitus Retraining Therapy

Since Tinnitus affects each person differently the solution is equally individual. A personal treatment plan will be developed with the purpose of pushing the Tinnitus into the background where it belongs. You may find that listening to different types of sound may take your attention away from your Tinnitus or relax you and provide relief. This is what we refer to as Sound Therapy and is part of the treatment plan. Sound Therapy can include combination hearing devices with Tinnitus Sound Relief, which is now available in the new Oticon Opn.


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