No one can argue that the last year has been one of the wildest in the history of medicine. With new cases of COVID-19 popping up every day, the fear and uncertainty surrounding illnesses and how they are spread continues to fester. Now, as we embark upon yet another flu season starting in October, there Read more..
Many of us hear noises throughout our daily lives that we may classify as annoying or bothersome. But to those suffering from tinnitus —whether this noise is a ringing, roaring, buzzing, or hissing—the annoying noise is constant and can be heard when there’s no external sound present. This makes it very hard for these people Read more..
While many people are aware of the common condition of tinnitus, not many are aware of the different types of tinnitus. While tinnitus can vary in severity and symptoms, different classifications of tinnitus affect those who suffer. One of these is pulsatile tinnitus. Pulsatile tinnitus is a rhythmical noise that beats at the same rate Read more..
Tinnitus is one of the most common afflictions in the United States, affecting approximately 32 percent of the population. Tinnitus is the perception of sound when no actual external noise is present. Roughly 20 million people struggle with burdensome chronic tinnitus, while 2 million have extreme and debilitating cases. Our experts are here to help Read more..
Tinnitus is one the most common ailments in the United States, affecting about one in ten of the adult population. Often described as a subjective condition, it is sometimes difficult for those without it to imagine how it affects those who suffer. Tinnitus is usually described as a ringing in the ears, but it can Read more..
As technology continues to evolve, modern treatments for conditions previously thought to be untreatable begin to arise. Through modern advancements in medicine, we have made healthcare easier, safer, and most cost-effective. Notably, since the onset of coronavirus, we have developed various ways of giving health advice and treatment remotely. One of these significant advancements has Read more..
While most people associate hearing loss or impairment with older adults, it can also affect children. Although not as frequently, from time to time, a child may suffer from hearing issues, such as tinnitus as hearing loss. It can be tougher to realize and diagnose this condition with children, so caregivers need to stay vigilant. Read more..
Over 30 percent of the population in the United States suffers from tinnitus. This ailment has remained an issue in this country for decades. Tinnitus is known as a constant ringing of the ears and is sometimes accompanied by pain. Those who suffer from Tinnitus say the noise sounds like hissing, roaring, buzzing, or clicking. Read more..
With the recent surge of infectious diseases and people’s continued awareness of how germs spread, tensions are high, and everyone is worried about getting sick. While most are concerned about coronavirus, many may rejoice when their symptoms lead to a diagnosis of a common cold. Often thought to be harmless, a common cold is often Read more..
There are few things in life more frustrating than being awake when you want to be asleep. It has been proven ten times over that a lack of sleep can lead to multiple adverse health effects, including a decreased attention span and a tendency to miss important information. But, for people with tinnitus, falling asleep Read more..