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Ringing in the ears (tinnitus) often accompanies hearing loss. In fact, most tinnitus can be traced to noise-induced damage and age-related changes that occur among the sound-sensing “hair cells” of the inner ear. With this in mind, individuals who experience ringing or buzzing noises in their ears that does not come from an external source should have their hearing tested. The first in a series of annual audiograms can set a baseline for measuring future changes. In cases of mild tinnitus, a bedside environmental sound generator can help mask the ringing that tinnitus sufferers hear in their heads. In more severe cases, using a hearing instrument to provide clear sound at a sufficient volume may distract the brain from tinnitus. At the Ear and Hearing Clinic we also provide tinnitus retraining therapy and help you reduce unwanted noise.

P.S. Tinnitus is not a condition in and of itself, but a symptom of an underlying condition such as hearing loss, ear injury, or a circulatory system disorder.

Tinnitus is subjective affects people in different ways.  For some, it’s a minor annoyance. For others, it can result in issues such as sleep disruption, stress, distraction, anxiety, depression, and employment challenges. To schedule an appointment, please call EAR & HEARING CLINIC. We are registered members of the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario.  “Hear the Sounds of Life.”

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