If you have ever experienced a bout of ringing, humming, or buzzing in your ears after taking an antibiotic, you aren’t alone. These internal sounds – meaning no one else can hear them – can affect upwards of 20% of people, according to the Mayo Clinic. Most causes of tinnitus are caused by factors such Read more..
Have you ever experienced a humming, buzzing, or ringing sound in your ears? If so, you might be one of the millions of people in the United States with tinnitus. While this condition typically affects only one ear, it can be in both and is something only you can hear. Tinnitus happens as sound goes 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..
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..
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..
Tinnitus is one of the most common ailments in the nation, affecting over 45 million people in the United States. In decades past, experts had many tinnitus treatment methods, but only a few have survived. So while researchers and doctors continue to search for viable treatment methods, a few have jumped out as being most 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..
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..
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..