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Tinnitus

The relief you’ve been waiting for

Do you suffer from constant “ringing in the ears”?

Maybe it’s not ringing exactly. Some people describe it as hissing, buzzing, whistling, roaring and even chirping. Whatever noise it is, the real issues is somehting called tinnitus.

Tinnitus is the medical term for the sensation of hearing sound in your ears or head when no external sound is present.

The important thing to know is that tinnitus is not a condition or a disease. Instead, it’s a symptom – tupically of somehting bigger, like and ear infection, high blood pressure or, most commonly, hearing loss.

Its also important to know that everyone’s tinnitus is different which is why finding relief has been so elusive – until now!

Quick tinnitus facts

Tinnitus is the number one disability for military veterans

Tinnitus can occur at any age, and may begin suddenly or progress gradually

The most common causes of tinnitus are:

  • Noise exposure 
  • Aging
  • Head injury
  • Side effects from medication

Do you suffer from constant “ringing in the ears”?

Maybe it’s not ringing exactly. Some people describe it as hissing, buzzing, whistling, roaring and even chirping. Whatever noise it is, the real issues is somehting called tinnitus.

Tinnitus is the medical term for the sensation of hearing sound in your ears or head when no external sound is present.

The important thing to know is that tinnitus is not a condition or a disease. Instead, it’s a symptom – tupically of somehting bigger, like and ear infection, high blood pressure or, most commonly, hearing loss.

Its also important to know that everyone’s tinnitus is different which is why finding relief has been so elusive – until now!

Quick tinnitus facts

Tinnitus is the number one disability for military veterans

Tinnitus can occur at any age, and may begin suddenly or progress gradually

The most common causes of tinnitus are:

  • Noise exposure 
  • Aging
  • Head injury
  • Side effects from medication

How Hearing Loss and Tinnitus Are Related

Do you hear ringing or other sounds in your ears, with no external source? This condition is called tinnitus, and it affects 50 million people in the U.S. It can be an intermittent sound or continual, in one ear or both. It is caused by hair cells in the inner ear sending signals to the brain that are interpreted as sound. The most common cause of tinnitus is exposure to loud sounds, usually music. With the popularity of earbuds that pump loud music directly into the ear canal, tinnitus is becoming a huge global health crisis.

Hearing What You Don’t Want, Not Hearing What You Want

Hearing loss and tinnitus are related; it is estimated that up to 90 percent of tinnitus sufferers also have some degree of hearing loss. While there are many causes of hearing loss, it is believed that one of the ways hearing loss can lead to tinnitus is by tricking the brain. When you can’t hear as well as you used to hear, your brain will start making up sounds to try to compensate, or guess what it is missing. One of the best ways to manage tinnitus is to wear hearing aids. When your brain is getting the right auditory signals from the outside world, it spends less time making up sounds inside your head. Tinnitus either goes away or it becomes more manageable, and you can actually hear the sounds you want to hear.

When to Seek Help

Tinnitus becomes a real problem when you hear it all the time, and it’s loud enough that it masks external sounds or becomes impossible to ignore. If tinnitus is complicating your life, give us a call and find out about our treatment solutions that are tailored to your specific condition.

How Hearing Loss and Tinnitus Are Related

Do you hear ringing or other sounds in your ears, with no external source? This condition is called tinnitus, and it affects 50 million people in the U.S. It can be an intermittent sound or continual, in one ear or both. It is caused by hair cells in the inner ear sending signals to the brain that are interpreted as sound. The most common cause of tinnitus is exposure to loud sounds, usually music. With the popularity of earbuds that pump loud music directly into the ear canal, tinnitus is becoming a huge global health crisis.

Hearing What You Don’t Want, Not Hearing What You Want

Hearing loss and tinnitus are related; it is estimated that up to 90 percent of tinnitus sufferers also have some degree of hearing loss. While there are many causes of hearing loss, it is believed that one of the ways hearing loss can lead to tinnitus is by tricking the brain. When you can’t hear as well as you used to hear, your brain will start making up sounds to try to compensate, or guess what it is missing. One of the best ways to manage tinnitus is to wear hearing aids. When your brain is getting the right auditory signals from the outside world, it spends less time making up sounds inside your head. Tinnitus either goes away or it becomes more manageable, and you can actually hear the sounds you want to hear.

When to Seek Help

Tinnitus becomes a real problem when you hear it all the time, and it’s loud enough that it masks external sounds or becomes impossible to ignore. If tinnitus is complicating your life, give us a call and find out about our treatment solutions that are tailored to your specific condition.

Find a Tinnitus Relief Option Tailored for You

Tinnitus can be different for everyone. That’s why we offer a variety of customizable solutions. Call us today to find the tinnitus relief option that’s right for you! Below are several of our products that could be an option for you.

Click the links below to learn more about our products to help eliminate your tinnitus.

Find a Tinnitus Relief Option Tailored for You

Tinnitus can be different for everyone. That’s why we offer a variety of customizable solutions. Call us today to find the tinnitus relief option that’s right for you! Below are several of our products that could be an option for you.

Click the links below to learn more about our products to help eliminate your tinnitus.

Because finding the best hearing aid is important.

Buying a hearing aid is a big decision — and we want to make it as easy as possible by giving you the time you need to try the hearing aid in your everyday life. For 30-days, you can wear any hearing instrument wherever your day takes you, without risk. At the end of your trial, if you are not happy with your decision, return it and receive 100% of your money back.

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Have you scheduled your hearing exam yet? It’s on us, so you have nothing to lose — and everything to gain back. Call (888) 522-9488 now and set up your appointment. We have 18 convenient Chicagoland locations, you can count on us no matter what your ZIP code is.