Hearing loss is one of the most common health conditions in the US today. With this ailment being as common as it is, it’s easy to forget that other problems can develop from neglecting your hearing health.
It is well known that COVID-19 can damage the lungs, heart and brain, which increases the risk of long-term health problems. But did you know COVID-19 may also cause hearing loss and tinnitus? Research is beginning to shed some light on this topic.
John had tinnitus (ringing in the ears) so bad that it led to constant depression, anxiety, sleep disturbances, and even thoughts of suicide. After treatment that drastically reduced his negative experience of the tinnitus, he said that the treatment “saved his life.” Here’s John’s story.
50 million Americans live with some form of tinnitus, yet the condition is still misunderstood by so many people. Here are a few of the common myths about tinnitus, and the real truth about the condition and its treatment.
The ringing in Andrew’s ears drove him crazy and interfered with his school work. See how we helped him get some much-needed relief as he headed off to college.
Tinnitus affects over 50 million Americans. There’s no cure, but new treatment guidelines and therapies are available. Learn about new advances in tinnitus therapy that could really work for you.
Tinnitus is that ringing or buzzing sound in your ears that you often hear after a loud music concert, or after spending a few hours in the stadium cheering on your favorite football team. Most times, the sound is temporary, and is gone within 24 hours. But for many people, that ringing in their ears never goes away. And that’s when it’s time to see an audiologist.