Plenty of people will experience tinnitus, even if only temporarily. Whether it manifests as a ringing in the ears or buzzing, roaring, clicking, or other irritating sounds, most people can simply brush off their tinnitus. However, for a fraction of those individuals who experience tinnitus, their hearing condition can be debilitating and impact several facets Read more..
Often, people can get stuck on the idea that tinnitus and hearing loss limit their opportunities or hold them back in some way. While dealing with hearing impairment can be challenging, it is possible to take that challenge and come out on top! Here at Hearing Associates of Las Vegas, we often like to highlight Read more..
Part of what makes tinnitus so difficult to live with is the issues that often occur with tinnitus or are triggered by ongoing tinnitus. These issues are called comorbid conditions, which means that there are two chronic diseases that are impacting one person. Because tinnitus can be complicated by comorbidity, experienced hearing health professionals will Read more..
Millions of Americans have some degree of tinnitus, and millions of people worldwide also struggle with this hearing condition. Yet, even with so many people suffering from tinnitus, there is no definite cure. Worse, depending on what health care professional you work with, treatment and management can vary widely. While our hearing specialists would like Read more..
Dating with tinnitus can be hard. It can cause you to miss out on activities in loud environments that could make conditions worse—and some potential partners are not okay with that. Some people may think it’s weird to wear earplugs to protect yourself from worsened tinnitus. Even letting someone know about your tinnitus can be Read more..
When you are struggling with tinnitus, your first thought likely has nothing to do what figuring out what your type of tinnitus is called. While determining the type of tinnitus can seem like semantics, knowing what kind of tinnitus you have can assist you in finding the right treatment for the ringing in your ears. Read more..
When it comes to tinnitus, there are many unknowns. From what caused the tinnitus to why some people experience severe tinnitus, there are many questions still to be answered. So, it makes sense that there is a good deal of misunderstanding around tinnitus treatment. One of the specialties of Hearing Associates of Las Vegas is Read more..
Plenty of us grew up being told not to listen to loud music because it will make us go deaf. While hearing loss is a real consequence of loud noise exposure, what people don’t talk about nearly enough is the potential for tinnitus due to prolonged loud noise exposure. Tinnitus—often manifests as a ringing in Read more..
One of the main specialties of Hearing Associates of Las Vegas is tinnitus treatment. With our specialized experience in working with tinnitus patients, we are always happy to share information on how you can more effectively manage your tinnitus, which is why we are focusing on stress management’s connection to effective tinnitus treatment. A significant Read more..
In the United States alone, suicide rates have increased by 33%, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Yet, these numbers don’t illuminate the reasons people feel like suicide is the only solution. With World Suicide Prevention Day coming up on September 10th, here at Hearing Associates of Las Vegas, we wanted Read more..