Conductive hearing loss occurs when there is a problem with the way sound is conducted to the inner ear and a structure called the cochlea.?The problem may lie in the ear canal, eardrum (tympanic membrane), or the middle ear (ossicles and Eustachian tube).?The inner ear remains unaffected in this type of hearing loss. Types of … Read more

Tinnitus Remedies

Hearing aids Most people develop tinnitus as a symptom of hearing loss. When you lose hearing, your brain undergoes changes in the way it processes sound frequencies. A hearing aid is a small electronic device that uses a microphone, amplifier, and speaker to increase the volume of external noises. This can mollify neuroplastic changes in … Read more

What Can I do About My Tinnitus?

You can go to a doctor in case your tinnitus is due to something that can be fixed or treated easily. You can try one or more remedies recommended by tinnitus patients ??vitamin B12, magnesium,?caffeine, ginkgo biloba withdrawal and paracetamol?? for each of these, you will find people who swear it reduces their tinnitus. And … Read more

How Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT) Works

Tinnitus Retraining Therapy Let?s break TRT down into two parts, the first part addressing the actual sound tinnitus produces and the other part dealing with the emotional and behavioral repercussions. Sound Therapy Sound therapy is the use of external sound to ?mask? the internal sound of tinnitus. This mitigates tinnitus on a number of levels. … Read more

Prevention and Treatment of Tinnitus : Top Tips

Tinnitus?is a good news/bad news condition. The good news is tinnitus is rarely serious, but the bad news is it can impact significantly your mood, concentration, or sleep patterns. Suffering from tinnitus is like constantly listening to a radio station that isn?t tuned in, where everything you say, do or hear is set against the … Read more

How is pulsatile tinnitus diagnosed?

How Is Pulsatile Tinnitus Diagnosed? How is pulsatile tinnitus diagnosed? It’s actually hard to answer this question. In some cases, it might be possible to try to pinpoint which condition is causing the problem. However, in many cases, there is no way to tell. If you have a condition known as primary tinnitus or other … Read more