Articles on Hearing Problems

Tinnitus or "ringing in the ears" is noise or sound that no one but the patient with the situation can hear. The sound can be invariable or might come in squat ruptures, enduring for extended spans of time or just momentarily. The noise can be piercing or supple, can vary in pitch and can be witnessed in either one or both ears. Learn the causes of tinnitus, its symptoms and treatments.
Most people undergo an infrequent ringing (or thriving, heckling, buzzing, or tinkling) in their ears. The noise generally lasts only a small amount of minutes. Ringing in the ears persists for sometime is termed as tinnitus. The noise may keep pace with your heartbeat, it may keep tempo with your breathing, it may be invariable, or it may oscillate. Tinnitus is most frequent in people older than 40 years. Men experience this difficulty with tinnitus more frequently than women.
Estimates indicate that around 10 percent of people experience some degree of hearing impairment. Technological innovation has allowed for creation of digital hearing aids that can transmit sounds with absolute clarity. This article will guide you in understanding digital hearing aids and the different types available in the market.

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