Tinnitus Retraining Therapy
Tinnitus occurs when people hear ringing, buzzing, humming, roaring or whistling sounds that are not coming from objects or people within their surroundings. It is not a single disorder, but a group of symptoms with a variety of causes. Each person experiences tinnitus differently.
HOW COMMON IS TINNITUS?
More than 50 million Americans suffer from tinnitus. Nearly 10 to 15 percent of adults need medical attention for prolonged tinnitus. Most of the time, tinnitus may be temporary and minor, but more than two million American adults have severe and chronic symptoms. These symptoms can be the cause of a serious condition and should be evaluated by a medical doctor to determine the cause.
WHAT IMPACT DOES IT HAVE?
The sounds experienced from tinnitus can cause difficulty sleeping, concentrating, relaxing or socializing with friends and family. This can harm your work and/or social life and cause you to be sensitive to loud sounds. In some cases, this may cause depression and anxiety.
WHAT CAUSES TINNITUS?
Generally, tinnitus is a result of hearing loss. This could be due to:
- Exposure to loud noises
- Certain types of drugs and medication
- Middle ear infections
- Earwax build up
- Or other reasons
Very rarely, it may occur from a condition in which surgical or medical attention is required.
IS THERE HELP FOR THOSE WITH TINNITUS?
Previously, there was only help for the symptoms opposed to the cause. Now Hoglund Family Hearing offers Neuromonics Tinnitus Treatments to address the problem at one of the potential sources.
"When I first was bothered by my tinnitus, it was very annoying and I felt like I had no control over this "ringing" that just wouldn’t go away. Also, being 19 years old at the time when it first started, I really became stressed about how tinnitus was going to affect college, my job, athletics and other fun things I had planned to do in life. The first doctor I went to told me there was nothing that could be done and simply said find a way to cope; Well, that wasn’t very encouraging news. So googled tinnitus treatment and found Hoglund Family Hearing Center and their Neuromonics treatment. From the beginning of this treatment to the end, there has been so much improvement in decreasing the noise, which I can barely hear now, and also in my mood towards tinnitus. I feel I am in control now because I always know I have something to go to if I need it. I’m very grateful for the neuromonics device and treatment and the people at Hoglund Family Hearing. There is help for tinnitus and I know neuromonics works for me."
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