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Tinnitus and Meniere’s Disease – A Chart

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Tinnitus and Meniere’s Disease have a few overlapping symptoms, and are often confused with one another. They do have some notable differences, however. For an easy comparison between the two conditions, we’ve added the chart below to help you be more informed. Tinnitus and Meniere’s…


Ring Relief Giveaway!

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May 18-24 is Tinnitus Awareness Week. We’ve done a few posts on tinnitus and ringing in the ears already, including asking if work is causing your tinnitus, the difference between hearing loss and tinnitus, and even a post about celebrities with tinnitus. More information is…


IBS Therapy Giveaway!

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April is IBS Awareness Month. We’ve done a few posts on IBS already, including how to keep a food journal, identifying trigger foods, and even a “IBS 101″ post. More information is always good – but we’d like to offer something different. We’re giving away…


Is Work Causing Your Tinnitus?

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What is tinnitus? Tinnitus, also known as ringing in the ears, affects approximately 50 million Americans. Tinnitus can take on many forms, ranging from a ringing, buzzing, “whooshing”, or even a clicking sound. Everyone’s form of tinnitus is a little bit different, but there’s one…


The Difference Between Hearing Loss and Tinnitus

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What’s the Difference Between Hearing Loss and Tinnitus? This is a commonly asked question, and it’s important to note the differences between tinnitus, otherwise known as the ringing in the ears, and hearing loss. Tinnitus is a symptom of hearing loss, and does not cause…


How To Keep A Food Journal

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What Is A Food Journal? A food journal is an extremely powerful tool for sufferers of IBS and other digestive conditions. Keeping a food journal may seem like a daunting task, but it’s much easier to do than one might think. It only takes a…


What Are Some IBS Trigger Foods?

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome, commonly abbreviated as IBS, can be a difficult condition to manage. IBS is not life-threatening, thankfully, and can be successfully managed without too much difficulty. An important part in managing your IBS is avoiding (or taking precautions when eating) certain foods, commonly…


Tinnitus In Teenagers Becoming Common

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A recent study in Germany found that that tinnitus, often called “ringing in the ears” is on the rise with younger generations. Exposure to loud noise is the number one cause of tinnitus, and can easily be prevented. It’s important to know and understand how…


Common Misconceptions of the Chronically Ill

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Psychology Today had a fantastic piece recently about misconceptions of the chronically ill. A 2011 report from WebMD showed that over 100 million Americans have chronic pain. In the article, they detailed six common misconceptions. It’s a powerful piece from a great magazine, and it should remind us…


5 Tips for Surviving the Holidays with Fibromyalgia

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A chronic condition such as Fibromyalgia can be a difficult disease to deal with, even on a regular day. The symptoms, including pain and discomfort, cramping, nerve and soft tissue pain, and even headaches can change on a day-to-day basis. As many fibromyalgia sufferers know,…


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