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What Would Happen If You Delay a Treatment of Hearing Loss?

Thursday, June 7, 2018 3:23:55 PM Asia/Calcutta

Before I proceed with answering this, first try to answer this question, “What would happen if you do not wear spectacles for a long time, in spite of suffering from some visual impairment?” Yes you are right! Your difficulty in vision would increase over time, which would invite many other undesirable problems like frequent headaches, social isolation, familial problems, and worse still, an untreated visual impairment might even lead to dangerous accidents, especially while on the roads.

Similar is the case with hearing impairment. If you delay in getting a proper treatment of hearing loss, then you might soon face many complications which would have easily been prevented if intervened in an early treatment method. The first and foremost task if you face any sort of hearing problems is to consult a professional and certified Audiologist, who would perform detailed diagnostic tests to detect the type of hearing problems you are facing.


What if my hearing loss gets cured by itself?

You might be asking one of this very commonly asked question. You will be surprised to know that once you are affected with hearing loss, you will never regain back your original hearing health, and worse still, instead of getting cured by itself, your hearing loss will start becoming adverse, which might make you end up in more complicated situations and health hazards. So ACT NOW and get your appropriate treatment of hearing loss soon!


I am Not Getting the Proper Motivation for Getting a Treatment of Hearing Loss

If you are not getting the appropriate motivation for going for a hearing loss treatment, then you will do so probably after knowing this interesting fact - we ‘hear’ with our brain, not with our ears! Surprised? Don’t be! The auditory centre of your brain is the only one which is responsible for perceiving, comprehending, processing and recognising the sound signals sent to it by the ear via the auditory nerve, and only then can you actually hear. The ear is only responsible for transmitting the sound signals (after converting them into electrical signals) to the brain - which does the actual part.


Will my Brain be Affected if I Delay in Opting for a Proper Treatment of Hearing Loss?

Your brain, which was previously accustomed to a particular auditory world, will get reorganised if it is deprived of sounds for a long time due to lack of proper stimulation to its auditory centre. This might lead to Auditory Deprivation, a condition in which the brain fails to recognise any sound if it has not received sound signals for an overly long period of time. What is even worse is that Auditory Deprivation might increase the risks of Dementia - a psychological condition in which the affected person gradually faces complications like restlessness, anxiety, hypertension, irritability, loneliness, nervousness, mood swings, depression, hallucination, paranoia, sleep disorder, mental confusion, loss of balance, inability to speak or understand language, and even forgetfulness. So do not even think of delaying in getting a proper and appropriate treatment of hearing loss. Always consult a highly trained Audiologist before taking any step.


Is it Possible to Rearrange the Brain to its Previous State?

Fortunately, it is possible to regain back your previous brain condition even after it had gone to a state of under-stimulation by and non-perception of sound signals. A majority of the people worldwide has been benefited by hearing aids - which is one of the best treatment of hearing loss. Once you start a proper treatment, although you might not hear clear sounds immediately, especially when you have left your hearing loss untreated for a long time, but soon your brain will again be accustomed to this ‘new’ auditory world. The more you delay, the more time will your brain take to get used to the new world of sounds, and the more dissatisfied you will be with your hearing aids.


What are the Health Hazards Linked with Delaying a Treatment of Hearing Loss?

Scientists and health professionals worldwide have proved that there are various complications that arise out of an untreated hearing loss. The seven main health issues caused from delaying a treatment of hearing loss include -

  • A decline in the Cognitive Functioning

  • Risk of Dementia

  • Brain Shrinkage - especially of the grey matter which is responsible for speech comprehension

  • Risk of Falling - because our ear is responsible for maintaining our body balance

  • Increased illnesses and hospitalizations

  • Increased Mortality - especially in case of the elder citizens. Studies show that older people who used hearing aids, had a lower risk of mortality, even though they suffered from severe hearing loss

  • Increased Risks of Depression

Apart from this, the affected person also suffers from social isolation, loneliness, and feels that he or she is being constantly ignored. As a result, the person might even lose the interest to enjoy the beautiful life activities and live happily.


What are the Benefits of an Early Treatment of Hearing Loss?

Research has shown that an early treatment has improved not only the person’s hearing abilities, but also the overall health of the person, and has also enhanced his/her quality of life to a great extent.


So why wait when you have so many options to choose from in this generation of technological boom and innovations! You even have a wide variety of hearing aids available, which are so advanced that they would even make you forget about your hearing problems. So get your ears checked today and indulge yourself in one of these innovative methods of treatment of hearing loss.

Comments | Posted in Treatment Of Hearing Loss By Phalguni Bannerjee

16 Celebs with Hearing Loss

Friday, June 1, 2018 4:22:46 PM Asia/Calcutta

“The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't said.”

~ Peter Drucker


Life isn’t quite easy for all. You must be thinking, “Why me!?” but the truth about this world is that there are so many other people who are living their lives with some or other of disabilities for years together. There are so many famous people who have been quite successful even after being deprived of the world of hearing.

16 Celebs with Hearing Loss

  1. Thomas Alva Edison -  Thomas Edison, an American inventor and businessman - the famous inventor of the electric light bulb, developed severe hearing problems at a very early age. The reason for his hearing problems is attributed to his having scarlet fever when he was young. He also suffered from a recurring and untreated middle-ear infections. Edison often referred to himself as deaf and believed that his hearing loss helped him to be a better scientist.

  1. Bill Clinton - Former president clinton has worn hearing aids in both the ears since the late 1990s, when he was diagnosed with high frequency hearing loss, the reason of which was attributed to his age and the time spent as a musician in his youth.

  1. Pete Townshend - Legendary musician Pete Townshend suffered from partial deafness and tinnitus (ringing in the ears) which is a result of noise-induced hearing loss, due to his overexposure to loud music most of the time. While performing on stage, he uses hearing aids and a special hearing monitor.

  1. William Shatner - This famous Canadian actor, author, producer and director, became a cultural icon for his portrayal of Captain Kirk in the Star Trek science fiction television series. Shatner suffers from tinnitus or ringing in the ears which is attributed to a pyrotechnical accident that he has met while shooting a ‘Star Trek’ episode Arena. He has found support from the American Tinnitus association (ATA) and his treatment involved wearing a small electronic device, that generated low-level, broadband sound.

16 Celebs with Hearing Loss

  1. Ludwig Van Beethoven - You will be surprised to know that the famous German composer and pianist suffered from hearing loss. His hearing health began to deteriorate when he was 26 years old, and by the time he was 44, he was almost completely deaf. But it was not the end of his career. There is quite a large collection of his hearing aids, such as a special ear horn, which one can find even today at the Beethoven House Museum in Bonn, Germany - his birthplace. Although he gave up conducting and performing in public, but he continued to compose. And the most wonderful fact is that most of his much admired musical pieces came from his last 15 days of his life. So if he can do it, why can’t you?

  1. Helen Keller - Being a famous American author, political activist, and lecturer, she was, however, the first deaf-blind person to earn a bachelor of arts degree. She has successfully proved to the world that even the people who are deprived of the world of sound can learn how to communicate and can do great in their lives. She is a role model to many hearing impaired people, especially when there are so many advanced hearing aids today to help you get connected to the world of sound.

  1. Lance Allred - Lance Allred was the first legally deaf player in National Basketball Association (NBA) history. Allred is deaf, with 75-80% hearing loss. To improve his hearing, he wears hearing aids.

  1. Marlee Matlin - Marlee Beth Matlin is an American actress, author and activist. She is the only hard-of-hearing performer to win the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in the 1986 American film, Children of a Lesser God. She became fully deaf in her right ear and lost 80% of her hearing in her left ear when she was 18 months old, which was a result of illness and high fevers. Marlee Matlin is also a prominent member of the National Association of the Deaf.


16 Celebs with Hearing Loss

  1. Heather Whitestone - Being the first deaf Miss America title-holder of 1995, she lost most of her hearing when she was 18 months old.

  1. Shelley Beattie - She was a professional bodybuilder and actress, who become Deaf at the age of three due to aspirin overdose. So always consult a doctor before taking the medicine! She was one of the few hard-of-hearing professional female bodybuilders in the world. But the most motivational part is that her hearing loss was not at all a factor while she was running.

  1. Shoshannah Stern - The “Weeds” actress Shoshannah Stern was born deaf. Her first language is American Sign Language. She is even able to read lips and can speak English without the help of an interpreter. She is amongst the fourth generation of deafness in her family.

  1. Gertrude Ederle - Swimmer Gertrude Ederle, who successfully swam the English channel in 1926, developed deafness by the 1940s. She also had poor hearing since childhood due to measles.


16 Celebs with Hearing Loss

  1. Phyllis Frelich - Being a deaf American actress, Phyllis Frelich won a tony award for her performance in the play ‘Children of a Lesser God’.

  1. Jim Kyte - Jim Kyte is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player, who is the first ever legally deaf player in the NHL (National Hockey League).

  1. Katie Leclerc - An American actress who appeared in the television series “Veronica Mars”, found out that she has Meniere’s disease, which leads to hearing loss.

  1. Russell Wayne Harvard - Deaf actor Russell Harvard is the 2007 film actor who made his debut in ‘There will be Blood’ with Daniel Day-Lewis and had a role in the television series Fargo. Although after using hearing aids he is able to hear some sound, including speech and music, he identifies himself as deaf, and considers American Sign Language to be his first language, using which he has grown up.

In a nutshell, it can be said, that while there are so many people becoming prosperous even after struggling with their hearing problems, why can’t you? Especially when you are living in such a generation where getting the best quality and advanced digital hearing aids is just a click away! So go ahead and feel free to change your life - a life full of smiles and happiness is waiting for you at the turn of the lane! Don’t shy away from embracing it!

Comments | Posted in Hearing Aids By Phalguni Bannerjee

Causes of Hearing Loss Beyond Being Exposed to Loud Noises

Saturday, May 26, 2018 6:20:41 PM Asia/Calcutta

Do you know that you might still be exposed to the risks of having a hearing loss even if you are not exposed to loud noises? Protecting your ears from over-exposure to tremendously high decibels of sounds will definitely help prevent hearing loss. But, unfortunately that is not all! You might still need to be more cautious and take many other preventive measures so as to keep hearing problems at bay. Thus goes the saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”.


What to do then?

The answer is quite simple. Take all preventive measures possible to safeguard your beautiful God-gifted hearing health for as long as possible. Always remember that once you have acquired hearing loss, you can never get a chance to recover from it, and regain back your natural hearing experience which you once enjoyed.


What if I wear hearing aids?

You might be thinking that all problems of hearing loss will be solved once you opt for hearing aids. But in practicality, it is not so! Although you might be getting quite a lot of benefits from hearing aids, and other treatments of hearing loss, but the truth is that even if your hearing loss problems will not be completely cured, and you will not be able to leave your hearing devices once you have opted for them. To put it shortly, hearing aids are simply devices which amplify sounds for you which you were otherwise unable to do due to your hearing impairment. But other than that, they are not devised to cure your hearing loss problems, no matter how digitally advanced hearing aids you are wearing. So the moral of the story is - you need to take preventive measures.


What Other Causes are Responsible for Hearing Loss?

No doubt, exposure to loud noises do cause hearing loss, especially if you are living in an urbanised world. But there are many other factors that might affect your hearing health. You must be well aware of these factors and take necessary preventive measures so as to avoid situations from growing adverse. These include -

  • Early Exposures - Nowadays most of the newborn babies are being screened to identify any presence of hearing problems. Although in a majority of the cases they do not show up much issues, but there are many factors that makes the child open to risks that can cause hearing problems to turn up. These factors include various developmental problems, infections like mumps and measles. Apart from this, maternal diabetes and others complications during pregnancy might also increase the risks of hearing impairment in a child.

  • Genetic Factors - Studies show that for at least half of the children with hearing loss, genes are the main culprit. About 20% of the babies with a genetic hearing loss, suffer from syndromes like Down Syndrome or Usher Syndrome, which are huge factors for causing hearing loss problems in many children which worsen over time.

  • Ear Infections - Young children are particularly more prone to ear infections which are generally accompanied by cold, flu, as a result of which fluid builds up in the middle ear - a condition which is termed Otitis Media - which might give rise to hearing loss.

  • Perforated Ear Drum - A perforated eardrum, or some other malformation in the internal structures of the ear might, which may be caused by untreated ear infections, head injury, blow to the ear, or from poking sharp objects in the ear.

  • Otosclerosis - Otosclerosis is a medical condition which involves abnormal bone growth in the middle ear. In this condition the passage of sound waves towards the inner ear is obstructed, thus causing hearing loss. Studies show that a family history of otosclerosis increases the chances of a person acquiring it gradually. Although hearing aids can be the best treatment for mild otosclerosis, experts, however, suggest surgeries in case of more serious ones.

  • Meniere’s Disease - It is an inner ear disorder which causes episodes of vertigo or the sensation of spinning and dizziness, especially while looking down from a height. Meniere’s disease usually starts in one ear, and gradually involves both the ears. Smoking, a high-salt diet and even certain infections might worsen the condition. Some common symptoms of Meniere’s disease include fluctuating and eventually progressive hearing loss with vertigo (spinning sensation), tinnitus (ringing in the ears), and pressure or pain in the ear. Although there is no cure for the disease as such, but according to experts, a timely diagnosis and treatment, such as medication to reduce vertigo and hearing aids, can help address these symptoms and helps reduce the severity of the disease.

  • Diabetes - Although the precise reasons for the link aren’t quite clear, studies show that hearing loss is twice as common in people with diabetes as in the general population. Studies proved that diabetes most probably accelerates age-related hearing loss. So a healthy lifestyle is very essential and that includes being physically active and eating a balanced diet, with lots of veggies – to keep your weight under control.

  • Autoimmune Disorders - Usually your immune system is designed to protect you from a majority of diseases. But certain autoimmune disorders can affect the ear, causing some fluctuation in hearing and can cause permanent hearing loss. Medication, like a steroid, may help, but it's not always possible to prevent hearing loss from occuring.

  • Ototoxic Medications - Certain ototoxic medications like certain aminoglycoside antibiotics, like gentamicin, and drugs might cause hearing loss. Also, if you take aspirin in very high doses, then you might develop hearing loss and severe tinnitus problems (ringing in the ears). Therefore, it is always advised to consult a good doctor as well as an expert Audiologist before taking any medicines by yourself.

  • You are getting Old - Age factor is a huge cause of hearing loss, because as you start to age, your hearing organs, just like any other organ, start deteriorating - thus, affecting the overall hearing health of a person. However, you can still prevent hearing loss by avoiding loud noises, ototoxic medications and drugs, wearing ear plugs or ear muffs. If, however, you have already acquired hearing loss, then wearing hearing aids would help you lead a normal life again.

  • Head Trauma - Did you ever have a head trauma or a brain injury after which you are feeling a deterioration in your hearing health? It is because they are directly related. It might be the case that the auditory centre of your brain gets damaged due to some severe blow to the head.

  • Smoking or Intake of Alcohol - These have a severe effect on the auditory system and might affect your overall hearing health.


In a nutshell, only preventing yourself from being over-exposed to loud noises might not help; you need to take other preventive measures as well so as to keep hearing loss at bay. Also, you must never shy away from wearing good quality hearing aids and leave your hearing loss untreated, because in such cases your hearing health will worsen.

Comments | Posted in Hearing Aids By Phalguni Bannerjee

Myths and Facts About Hearing Aids

Saturday, May 19, 2018 1:18:01 PM Asia/Calcutta

Did you know that whatever you are hearing about hearing aids might be nothing more than just a rumour? It's our duty to show you the truth and lead you towards the right path! Why live a life full of false beliefs? Why not strive towards living a better quality of life?!

Hearing Aids are not your enemies, they are your friends who are ready to go hand in hand with you for a lifetime! So why not keep all the myths at bay and invite the facts about these valuable friends! Come let's do it...

Myths and Facts About Hearing Aids

Comments | Posted in Hearing Aids By Phalguni Bannerjee

How to Beat Tinnitus?

Friday, May 18, 2018 1:14:57 PM Asia/Calcutta

What is it?

Tinnitus is the phenomenon in which a person gets to hear sounds when there is no external sound is present. This condition is generally associated with a ringing sound that occurs quite often in the ears of the affected person. However, apart from ringing, other sounds like a hiss, a buzz, a hum, a ticking, a whistle, a clicking or even as dangerous as a roar, are also often associated with Tinnitus. These sounds are quite annoying, and rather very disturbing on the part of the hearer who are constantly being deprived of enjoying a good hearing experience. So it is very important to ACT NOW, and to get a good treatment of hearing loss, if you are suffering from such a problem.

Symptoms of Tinnitus

What are its Causes?

Since tinnitus is not a disease, but just a symptom of some medical conditions, it can There can be many causes of tinnitus, including -

  • Noise-induced hearing loss

  • Inner ear cell damage (mostly due to over-exposure to high decibels of noise)

  • Ear infections

  • Excessive accumulation of earwax

  • Malformations in the ear

  • Otosclerosis - stiffening of bones in the middle ear

  • Jaw joint dysfunction (TMJ)

  • Chronic neck muscle strain

  • Cardiovascular disease

  • Disease of the heart or blood vessels

  • Meniere’s disease

  • Emotional stress

  • Brain tumor

  • A (generally benign) tumor that creates a strain on the arteries in the neck and head

  • Acoustic neuroma. It is a noncancerous (benign) tumor which develops on the main nerve - that is, the cranial nerve - running from your brain to your inner ear, which is responsible for controlling our balance and hearing. This condition is also known as vestibular schwannoma, which generally causes tinnitus in only one ear, and even hearing loss accompanied by unsteadiness, due to the constant pressure arising out of the presence of the tumour. In such a case, it is high time for you to opt for a good treatment of hearing loss and tinnitus problems.

  • Chronic health conditions

  • Exposure to certain ototoxic medications and drugs

  • Head injury or trauma

  • Other injuries or conditions that affect the auditory nerve or the hearing center in your brain

  • Age related hearing loss or Prescubysis.

However, studies show that the problem of tinnitus is more common in people who suffer from depression.

Tinnitus can occur either in one or both the ears. In a more serious case, it can even occur in the head when there is a lack of Auditory stimulation - the condition which is termed as Auditory Deprivation. Tinnitus can be either intermittent or continuous. Studies show that most of the people who are facing tinnitus problems, are suffering from hearing loss. So an immediate intervention into the treatment of hearing loss as well as tinnitus problems becomes extremely necessary to avoid situations to grow more serious.


What are the Risk Factors?

Anyone can experience tinnitus due to various complications, but the following factors may increase the risk of tinnitus problems:

  • Loud noise exposure. Prolonged exposure to loud noise can damage the tiny sensory hair cells in your ear that transmit sound to your brain. People who work in noisy environments — such as the workers working in factory and construction settings, musicians, and soldiers — are particularly exposed to a high risk of acquiring tinnitus problems.

  • Age. As you start ageing, the number of functioning nerve fibers in your ears declines, possibly causing hearing problems, which is often associated with tinnitus.

  • Gender. Men are more likely to experience tinnitus than women.

  • Smoking. Smokers are at a higher risk of developing tinnitus. So it’s high time to throw off that dangerous roll of nicotine.

  • Cardiovascular problems. There are certain conditions that affect your blood flow, such as developing a high blood pressure or narrowed arteries (atherosclerosis), can increase your risk of developing tinnitus problems.


What are the Types?

There are four kinds of tinnitus, mainly -

  • Subjective tinnitus: This is the most common form of tinnitus. The symptoms of subjective tinnitus can only be heard by the affected individual and are usually caused by exposure to excessive noise. It can be caused by ear problems in your outer, middle or inner ear. Subjective tinnitus can also be caused by problems with the hearing (auditory) nerves or the part of your brain (the auditory pathways), which is responsible for interpreting the nerve signals as sounds. This type of tinnitus can appear and disappear suddenly, and may last 3–12 months at a time. However, in some severe cases, it may never stop, and therefore, calls for immediate treatment of hearing loss and tinnitus.

  • Neurological tinnitus: It is usually caused by a neurological disorder, such as Meniere’s disease, that primarily disrupts the smooth functioning of the auditory centre of the brain, which is responsible for sound perception.

  • Somatic tinnitus: Sometimes damage to structures or organs outside the ear or the brain is a troubling source of tinnitus. So is the case of somatic tinnitus. This kind of tinnitus is related to the sensory system, where certain changes in the sensory input might give rise to tinnitus. It is a condition where the sensory system in the body can become worse and might influence tinnitus. Somatic signals are the sensory signals which are generated from the muscle position sensors present in the head, face, tongue, neck, trunk, arms, and the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). It would be a foolish act to delay a proper treatment of hearing loss and tinnitus in such cases.

  • Objective tinnitus: This is a rare form of tinnitus that may be caused by involuntary muscle contractions or vascular deformities. When the cause is treated, the tinnitus usually stops entirely. Objective tinnitus is the only type of tinnitus which can be heard from the outside, and it is the only type that has the potential for a permanent solution.


How to Fight Against It?

The only possible way to fight tinnitus is to prevent it! To make things easier for you, we have listed below some preventive measures of tinnitus -

  • Avoid loud noises - Keep yourself at a safe hand distance from loud noises, such as at concerts, theatres, etc. As already mentioned, noise-induced hearing loss is the major cause of tinnitus.

  • Ginkgo biloba - it is a Chinese herb that has excellent benefits when it comes to the prevention or treatment of hearing loss and of tinnitus problems. Combining it with zinc (about 500 gm) as studies show that this combination is a very effective treatment for most of the tinnitus problems. Ginkgo biloba, as already mentioned, can be a very effective treatment of hearing loss as it can help stabilize hearing loss problems by increasing the capillary blood circulation of both your body as well as your ears.

  • Melatonin  - Melatonin is a hormone that is made in the brain as a response to darkness and it is responsible for maintaining a balanced sleeping and waking pattern. Melatonin supplements are usually recommended to combat insomnia, as tinnitus usually disrupts sleeping person of the affected person.

  • Garlic - As already mentioned before, tinnitus is not a disease in itself, but is rather a symptom of some other complications. You might not always be able to identify the exact cause of tinnitus. But researchers have studies that whatever the cause may be, garlic might prove to be quite effective in curing or at least reducing tinnitus problems. The active ingredient in garlic - allicin - has antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties. If your tinnitus is a result of some infection, then garlic is powerful enough to kick away any infection, and is a very effective treatment of hearing loss.

  • Ginger - Like garlic, ginger too has many health benefits that improves the general health of a person. Ginger is known for improving blood circulation, eliminating tinnitus and reducing pain that occurs due to tinnitus.

  • Avoid alcohol, nicotine and coffee - Coffee, nicotine and alcohol are the silent killers for your hearing health! Although the actual reason is not quite known, these chemicals trigger tinnitus problems. So have a balanced and healthy diet by eliminating caffeinated coffee, nicotine and alcohol from your diet chart.

  • Horse chestnut - Researches proved that this herb is a very effective and powerful treatment of hearing loss. Since, in a majority of the cases, tinnitus is caused as a result of hearing loss, this herb can also treat this problem.

  • Coconut Oil and other Essential Oils - Coconut oil, along with other essential oils, is considered a very good treatment of hearing loss and tinnitus in many cultures. Apart from that, these oils also have excellent medicinal properties which treat insomnia and help a person to relax better, improve one’s state of mind, stimulate blood circulation and promote cellular repair and regeneration.


How to Manage Tinnitus?

Before starting a treatment of your tinnitus problems, your Audiologist will first analyse and find out the underlying cause of tinnitus. The various steps taken by the Audiologists for the treatment of hearing loss, accompanied by tinnitus problems include -

  • Earwax removal. Removing impacted earwax that has been accumulated excessively, thus creating a blockage in the ear canal - can decrease tinnitus symptoms.

  • Treating a blood vessel condition. Underlying vascular conditions may require medication, surgery or some other remedy to address the problems of tinnitus and the treatment of hearing loss.

  • Changing your medication. If a medication that you have been taking for a while appears to be the cause of tinnitus, your doctor may recommend stopping or reducing the dosage, or switching to a different medication as its substitute that will not be harmful for your ears.

  • Noise Suppression. In some cases, your Audiologist may even suggest you some white noise machines or other masking devices, and even hearing aids that might help to suppress the annoying ringing sounds typical to the problem of tinnitus.

  • Medication. Although drugs cannot completely cure tinnitus, some medications however, have proven to be quite effective in at least reducing the severity or complications of the problem to some extent. These include Tricyclic antidepressants, such as amitriptyline and nortriptyline, - which is generally used in cases of severe tinnitus, and Alprazolam (Niravam, Xanax). However, these are the last options that any Audiologist would opt for, as these medications and drugs often have tremendous side-effects.



Since there is no such proper cure of tinnitus, and people generally learn to accept it and get used to it over time, the problem of tinnitus remains quite a significant one - at least for a minority group.

But why not try to prevent it at least, and in more adverse cases - why not start an early treatment of hearing loss and tinnitus? Now that you are aware of these simple home remedial tips for preventing tinnitus, it would be foolish on your part to accept it and live your whole life with it! Why not try to make your life a better one? You deserve to live better, don’t you?

Comments | Posted in Treatment Of Hearing Loss By Phalguni Bannerjee
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