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How & Why Does Tinnitus Occur?

If you've been struggling with tinnitus, you might wonder how and why you have this condition. While there are many life experiences that can lead to tinnitus, here are a few contributing factors.

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Diagnosing Tinnitus: The How and Why

If you've been experiencing persistent ringing in your ears, you might be wondering how and why you should visit a professional. Here's what you can do to get a medical diagnosis, and how this can help you in the long run.

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Is the Ringing In My Ears Tinnitus or TMJ?

Ringing in the ears can vary from unpleasant to seriously detrimental. Because ringing in the ears is a common symptom of more than one condition, people with tinnitus or TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorder) might have trouble telling which one they actually have.

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How to treat tinnitus with Signia hearing aids: Part 2

Notch Therapy offers people the potential to eliminate tonal tinnitus completely.

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How to treat tinnitus with Signia hearing aids: Part 1

Myth: There’s no way to treat tinnitus. Fact: hearing aids help turn down the noise. Read on to learn more.

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Dispelling the myths about tinnitus and its causes

Tinnitus can produce lingering, phantom-like noises and it affects roughly 360 million people worldwide.

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Get the facts about tinnitus

Signia hearing aids are tiny technological marvels. They not only amplify sounds and improve hearing, they also provide a range of solutions to alleviate the effects of tinnitus, letting you hear what’s important without stress. But what exactly is tinnitus? We have collected a few facts and answered a few frequently asked questions.

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Tune out tinnitus

Simply relaxing while listening to an audio book, reading a novel or watching a movie – as people who live with the torment of tinnitus know all too well, these usually enjoyable pastimes are often exhausting because of persistent noise in their ears.

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Tips on living with tinnitus

Tinnitus is described as a phantom auditory perception – perception of a sound in the absence of an external sound signal. This may affect one or both ears. A tinnitus diagnosis is often a surprise. Unfortunately, some patients often learn from their doctors that their “ringing-in-the-ears” is untreatable. This kind of information makes patients feel isolated and convinced that no one can understand what they are going through. Because tinnitus has many causes, there is no specific medication or general cure. Despite this, even for chronic tinnitus, there are ways to find relief and take control.

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Making the sounds of tinnitus disappear

As a leading manufacturer and innovator of hearing aids, our philosophy revolves around improving the quality of life for people with hearing difficulties including tinnitus.

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