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Dec
22

15 Ways to Get Tinnitus

15 Ways to Get Tinnitus

If you’ve ever had tinnitus, then you know just how difficult life can be.  Constant merciless ringing in the ears that lasts for days, months or years is enough to drive anybody insane. To treat tinnitus, first you have to know how you got it in the first place.  Symptom Checker from Health Line has [...]

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Nov
24

To Help Tinnitus, Stimulate the Nerves, Say Scientists

To Help Tinnitus, Stimulate the Nerves, Say Scientists

Millions of people suffer from tinnitus to the point of distraction. Constant ear ringing, dizziness, headaches, and head pressure make it difficult to concentrate or function normally. Now, scientists believe they can relieve tinnitus symptoms through a nerve stimulation treatment already approved for epilepsy. Tinnitus is a neurological condition, so it’s no surprise that scientists [...]

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Oct
31

Ginkgo Biloba and Tinnitus: It’s All About Blood

Ginkgo Biloba and Tinnitus: It’s All About Blood

Ginkgo biloba and tinnitus have been the focus of many studies on hearing loss and age-related dementia. Though we have no “miracle cure” for tinnitus, ginkgo biloba is noted by researchers as having amazingly beneficial properties hat help to sustain healthy blood circulation, a key element in preventing tinnitus triggers. The ginkgo biloba-tinnitus link Sometimes, [...]

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Oct
28

Can Tinnitus be Genetic?

Can Tinnitus be Genetic?

Many tinnitus patients wonder if their symptoms are genetic-based. To find out how to treat tinnitus, it’s important to know how you got it. Tinnitus is a neurological disorder, so it makes sense that it would sometimes be genetic, just as migraines are hereditary (and often comorbid with tinnitus). Here are some interesting discoveries in [...]

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Oct
22

When Tinnitus Means Meniere’s Disease

When Tinnitus Means Meniere’s Disease

About 1 in every 1,000 people suffers from Meniere’s Disease, a vestibular disorder that causes constant tinnitus (ear ringing, whooshing sounds, hissing), vertigo (imbalance, dizziness, lightheadedness), and hearing loss.  If you have chronic tinnitus, then it’s important to find out if Meniere’s Disease is the cause, so that you may get proper treatment and prevent [...]

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Oct
17

The Tinnitus Diet- Foods that Trigger Tinnitus and Vertigo

The Tinnitus Diet- Foods that Trigger Tinnitus and Vertigo

Tinnitus is a neurological disorder, and certain foods such as aspartame trigger tinnitus because they are ototoxic to your ears, meaning that they cause damage to your hearing. Vertigo, ear ringing, and ear fullness are all symptoms of tinnitus that can be alleviated by following a tinnitus-friendly diet. Listed are some foods, drinks, and chemicals [...]

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Oct
03

16 Tinnitus Facts You Didn’t Know

16 Tinnitus Facts You Didn’t Know

Whether you’ve just been diagnosed with tinnitus or you’ve been struggling to manage niggling tinnitus noises for years, it helps to learn all you can about this often debilitating condition. Scientists are constantly researching new ways to treat tinnitus, so it’s important to stay up to date on the facts about tinnitus.       [...]

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Sep
18

New Hope for Tinnitus Prevention in Epilepsy Drug

New Hope for Tinnitus Prevention in Epilepsy Drug

A recent study on tinnitus prevention found that a drug used to treat epilepsy produced favorable results in animal models. Mice who received retigabine after exposure to loud noise didn’t suffer from tinnitus or other hearing loss later. Though there is no “cure for tinnitus,” the Pittsburgh School of Medicine research sheds some light on [...]

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Sep
09

The Tinnitus Research and Treatment Act: What it Means for You

The Tinnitus Research and Treatment Act: What it Means for You

The House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (VA) recently ordered a report on the Tinnitus Research and Treatment Act, a veterans legislation that would increase funding for tinnitus research and raise awareness for tinnitus as a debilitating condition that affects a significant number of veterans. Here are some key points of the Tinnitus Research and Treatment [...]

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Aug
27

List of Ototoxic Drugs that Cause Tinnitus

List of Ototoxic Drugs that Cause Tinnitus

Certain prescription drugs can, over time, have an ototoxic effect on your hearing, causing hearing loss and ear ringing from tinnitus. Ototoxicity may be reversible or may be permanent, depending on the type of medication used, dosage and duration of treatment. There are many medications that have been listed as potentially ototoxic drugs, including antidepressants, [...]

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Aug
26

Ototoxic Drugs Cause Hearing Loss and Tinnitus

Ototoxic Drugs Cause Hearing Loss and Tinnitus

Often, hearing loss and tinnitus result from ear damage caused by ototoxic drugs. Painkillers, antibiotics, and antidepressants can, over time, lead to constant ear ringing, ear fullness, headaches, and hearing loss- symptoms of an ototoxic drug reaction. “Ototoxic” means toxic to your ears Following is an explanation ways in which ototoxic drugs impact hearing loss [...]

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Aug
25

Tinnitus: What is it, and what can be done about it?

Tinnitus: What is it, and what can be done about it?

Tinnitus is a perception of sound within the ear (usually referred to as “ringing in the ears”) when no actual sound is present. The sound can be heard anywhere in the head or in one or both ears. Imagine a constant ringing, buzzing or whistling in your ears, 24 hours a day. You never get [...]

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Aug
18

Hearing Loss and Background Noise

People who have any kind of hearing loss usually have difficulty hearing conversation when they are in noisy environments – environments where there is a lot of “background noise” – such as at large gatherings in which many people are all speaking at the same time, or at loud concerts (they can hear the music [...]

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Jul
11

Can Tinnitus be caused by Earwax?

Can Tinnitus be caused by Earwax?

Some (not most) cases of tinnitus are caused by simple earwax buildup. If constant ear ringing, throbbing, or ear pressure is driving your berserk, then the first thing you should do is remove excess earwax gently, and notice if the whistling or ringing noises disappear. Here are some helpful guidelines for cleaning out your ears [...]

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Jul
02

Flying with Tinnitus? Read these Air Travel Tips

Flying with Tinnitus? Read these Air Travel Tips

Tinnitus ear ringing, coupled with constant ear pain and fullness together don’t make for a very relaxing summer vacation, especially if you have to board a plane. Changes in barometric pressure, loud engine noise, and fatigue from sleeplessness can worsen symptoms of tinnitus. To ensure you have a comfortable flight, follow some of these basic [...]

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Jun
28

10 Tips for Treating Tinnitus without Drugs

There’s no miracle cure for tinnitus, but there are treatment options that can help to prevent or reduce the constant ringing, buzzing, or whistling noises that can be the bane of your existence. Whether the cause of tinnitus is stress, hypertension, or noise-induced, physicians agree that you can improve your chances of becoming tinnitus-free by [...]

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Jun
23

Use our Tinnicare Sweepstakes to your Advantage!

Curious about whether or not natural ingredients like ginkgo biloba, vitamin B12, and coenzyme Q10 can help with tinnitus? Don’t take our word for it. Enter to win a free bottle of Tinnicare for hearing support, through our scheduled Sweepstakes Advantage and Facebook page giveaways. Why enter sweepstakes? Good experience is the best indicator of [...]

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Jun
10

Pulsatile Tinnitus (When your Heart Beats in your Ears)

Pulsatile Tinnitus (When your Heart Beats in your Ears)

When you sit up suddenly, do you often hear your heart beat pounding in your ears? Pulsatile tinnitus is a condition that causes unusual whooshing or thumping sounds in one or both ears. Read more about several causes of pulsatile tinnitus and treatments that may help. Tinnitus types Tinnitus is a condition which causes you [...]

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Jun
03

Vitamin B for Tinnitus? Show me the Proof.

Vitamin B for Tinnitus? Show me the Proof.

If my tinnitus is caused by ear damage, then how can vitamin B help? That’s a common question that people have about natural vitamins, minerals, and herbs for tinnitus and hearing loss. To answer, it’s important to understand the cause of tinnitus, and the underlying factors that may be prolonging your symptoms.       [...]

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May
27

What Does Tinnitus Sound Like?

What Does Tinnitus Sound Like?

Tinnitus is a debilitating condition that causes you to hear a constant noise coming from within your ears. Tinnitus sounds may vary for each person, and may continue for months, years, or just sporadically. It’s difficult to describe exactly what tinnitus sounds like, because the pitch, volume, and sound type may be different for each [...]

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May
20

Tinnitus Awareness Week 2013 Honors War Veterans

The theme of this year’s National Tinnitus Awareness Week is “Salute to Silence,” a nod to America’s war veterans, and millions of other US citizens affected by tinnitus. Here are some of the key points of Tinnitus Awareness Week 2013, and some things you can do to help fund research for a tinnitus cure. May [...]

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May
13

8 Important Reasons to Find out What’s Causing Your Tinnitus

8 Important Reasons to Find out What’s Causing Your Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a chronic condition that causes persistent ear ringing, ear fullness, and dizziness. There are many different factors that may cause tinnitus, some of which may indicate an underlying health problem needing immediate medical attention. To find out what’s causing your tinnitus, have yourself tested for the following illnesses and medical conditions. There’s no [...]

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May
09

4 Reasons for Depression and Tinnitus

4 Reasons for Depression and Tinnitus

If you have chronic tinnitus, then you probably also struggle with depression. Health experts have noted strong correlations between severe depression and tinnitus that lasts for months, even years. Read more for some explanations for depression with tinnitus, and what you can do about it. You need more B vitamins. Tinnitus and depression are both [...]

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May
07

Why Brain Fog Could be Tinnitus

Why Brain Fog Could be Tinnitus

Tinnitus is so much more than just a constant annoying ringing tone you hear in your head all day, and all night. Tinnitus can also interfere with mental concentration, and make you feel out of sorts and dizzy throughout the day. Scientists explain why brain fog is a common complaint for people who suffer from [...]

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May
06

Understanding Tinnitus- What does it All Mean?

Understanding Tinnitus- What does it All Mean?

Tinnitus isn’t a hearing problem…well, not exactly. There are so many factors that can cause ear ringing from tinnitus, that it can be difficult to understand exactly how you got it in the first place. What is tinnitus? Tinnitus is a condition that causes sufferers to experience a steady stream of noise in one or both ears [...]

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May
02

4 Healthy Vitamins for Tinnitus- Food Sources!

4 Healthy Vitamins for Tinnitus- Food Sources!

If you suffer chronic tinnitus, then it’s important to consume essential vitamins that help to maintain healthy neurological functioning, normal circulation, and protection from free radicals. In addition to taking natural supplements that benefit tinnitus patients, you should also try to include many healthy vitamin-rich foods in your diet that help to promote good hearing. [...]

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Apr
25

Magnetic Therapy for Tinnitus? Not Yet.

Magnetic Therapy for Tinnitus? Not Yet.

In a subsidized movement to prove the obvious, scientists recently conducted an experiment on magnetic therapy for tinnitus, and concluded that…it doesn’t work. Really? Magnets to stop ear ringing from tinnitus? Tinnitus ear ringing Constant ear ringing, buzzing, and whistling sounds from tinnitus is enough to drive anybody mad…crazy enough to try magnetic therapy, using [...]

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Apr
22

Top 3 Ginkgo Biloba Health Benefits

Top 3 Ginkgo Biloba Health Benefits

Ginkgo biloba is an ancient Chinese medicinal herb that is just as popular today as it was hundreds of years ago, as many continue to benefit from its curative properties in helping with symptoms of tinnitus, hypertension, memory loss, and vision problems. Listed are some of the most widely-touted benefits of ginkgo biloba supplementation.   [...]

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Apr
17

Actually, Tinnitus isn’t an Ear Problem

Actually, Tinnitus isn’t an Ear Problem

There’s a common misconception that tinnitus lives in the ear; it doesn’t. Constant, annoying ringing and buzzing sounds you experience with tinnitus don’t usually result from an ear disorder, but rather a breakdown in your brain’s nerve cells.     Tinnitus is a condition that causes sufferers to experience a continuous drone or ringing sound [...]

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Apr
16

Toxic Medications that Cause Tinnitus: Ototoxicity

Toxic Medications that Cause Tinnitus: Ototoxicity

There’s more than one way to cause ear ringing from tinnitus; in addition to noise-induced ear damage, other causes of tinnitus may include medications that have a toxic effect on the part of your nervous system that controls hearing. Here is a long list of ototoxic drugs that cause tinnitus.           [...]

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Apr
15

Tinnitus: Noise Pollution of the Brain

Tinnitus: Noise Pollution of the Brain

It’s difficult to describe tinnitus noise to people who have never experienced it. Phantom sounds that only the patients hear can range from loud, high-pitched squealing to soft whooshing noises. Yet tinnitus noise isn’t an ear problem; it’s a neurological condition that occurs in the brain. Tinnitus on the brain Tinnitus is a condition described by constant [...]

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Apr
12

One Email, No More Tinnitus- True Story!

One Email, No More Tinnitus- True Story!

It’s the “impossible dream” all tinnitus sufferers have- to one day find the root cause of endless ear ringing and hissing sounds, and close the chapter on tinnitus, for good. Well, one UK resident suffering from intense chronic tinnitus achieved his dream, with the help of a click of the mouse.         [...]

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