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You can't stop that sound from going on in your ears. Even though it's been more than two days, you can still hear that annoying buzzing. You know that the noise is tinnitus, but you are starting to wonder how long it usually lasts. Damage to the stereocilia in your ears can lead to tinnitus. Most of the time, this

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Tinnitus is when an individual experiences noises, such as a ringing, buzzing, or clicking, in one or both ears. Everyone experiences tinnitus differently, which means the sound will be unique to you, and it could be an ongoing noise or a noise that comes and goes over some time. It is a common experience, especially in adults over the age

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Tinnitus is a hearing loss condition that will impact around 15-20% of people. Tinnitus is not something that can be treated, but there are some ways to manage the symptoms. However, to manage them, you need to know what they are and that’s what we are going to be looking at in this article. Keep reading if you would like

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Tinnitus is a condition that causes the sufferer to hear noises, such as ringing or buzzing. There are many different possible causes for this condition. It can be challenging to diagnose and understand. This article will explore some of the common signs of tinnitus so that you may get an idea of its symptoms. Ringing in the Ears Tinnitus is a

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Tinnitus is defined as a symptom of hearing loss. It’s also something that can be caused by consistent damage to your hearing or a one-off noisy event that does permanent damage. For the most part, tinnitus can be temporary, but it’s important you take great care with your hearing to avoid doing any further damage to your ears. What is

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Tinnitus can be described as buzzing, hissing or cicada-like sound in the background of your hearing. It ranges in severity from mild to very severe and it can influence your concentration and affect your quality of life. Most often, tinnitus is caused by exposure to loud noise frequently, but it can be caused by age deterioration as well.  The ear

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If you have tinnitus you might worry that there is no cure and you will have to live with the condition forever more – that isn't exactly true. There isn't a cure for tinnitus as yet but that doesn't mean you can't reduce the symptoms and, in some cases, nullify them completely. Below are some of the most popular approaches

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