Tinnitus

About 10% of Australians experience tinnitus. Sounds such as wind, bells, crickets, boiling water, etc. There is no medical treatment for tinnitus, but rehabilitation treatments can help reduce or treat tinnitus. One of the common treatments is the use of masks and TRT treatment methods. Some people with tinnitus has normal hearing, but some patients suffer from hearing loss with tinnitus.

  • What Is tinnitus?

    Some people may think the noise is coming from outside and hunt for it until they discover it’s actually inside them!

  • Diagnosis

    To help identify the cause of your tinnitus, your doctor will likely ask you about your medical history and examine your ears, head and neck.

  • What Causes Tinnitus?

    While we do not know the exact answer to what causes tinnitus, we know that it is not a disease or an illness.

  • What Should I Do

    The most important thing to do is to keep doing the things you enjoy. If you start living your life differently to accommodate the tinnitus, it’s just going to seem more of a problem.

  • Things That Can Help

    If you do not have another serious problem besides tinnitus, you must follow a few tips to reduce or eliminate it. Get your hearing back to normal with the help of a prosthesis to get back to normal, get enough sleep on time and ...

  • Tinnitus and Hearing Loss

    About 90 percent of people with tinnitus also have hearing loss in some frequencies, though many people may not even realize they have both conditions.

  • Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT)

    Tinnitus is a symptom rather than an illness, and TRT gives patients greater control, allowing re-integration of normal perception.

    Hyperacusis

    Hyperacusis

    The term hyperacusis is generally applied to people who experience the sounds of everyday life as intrusively loud, uncomfortable, and sometimes painful.

    Presbycusis

    Presbycusis

    Most people will tend to lose some of their hearing to a greater or lesser extent as they become older. Over half of people over the age of 60 have some degree of hearing loss.

    Noise Induced Hearing Loss

    Exposure to harmful noise can happen at any age. People of all ages, including children, teens, young adults, and older people, can develop NIHL.

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