Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) news and information

Tinnitus Resources

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  Feeling Lost? Tinnitus, also known as “ringing in the ears”, is the sensation of noise in the ear(s) when no external noise is present. For some, it can be sporadic; coming and going throughout the day, while others suffer consistently. Tinnitus can be incredibly…


Have Tinnitus? Here’s How To Use Fireworks Safely

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Happy birthday America! Fourth of July is a favorite holiday of many around the country. What better way to celebrate than by being outside in the sun, having a cookout with delicious foods, and capping the night off with some fireworks. Depending on state legality,…


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…


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…


Pete Townshend’s Tinnitus

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Tinnitus, otherwise known as “ringing in the ears”, affects an estimated 50 million Americans. It is most commonly caused by frequent exposure to loud noises. Ringing in the ears affects many former musicians, including Pete Townshend of UK rock band The Who. He stopped by…


How Old Are Your Ears?

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We stumbled upon this great little video from ASAP Science, and it features a neat hearing test. It starts at a low frequency, and then gets gradually higher. How many of the examples could you hear? Share with us in the comments!


10 Notable People With Tinnitus

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Tinnitus, otherwise known as ringing in the ears, can affect anyone. Approximately 50 million Americans suffer from this chronic condition. The sounds and severity of tinnitus can be different depending on the person, but no matter how you slice it – it’s difficult to deal…


How Loud Is Too Loud?

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How Do Loud Noises Affect Me? Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, can be caused by exposure to loud noises. Exposure to loud noises can damage the cells in your inner ear. These cells are called cilia, and once they are damaged or destroyed, they…