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Tinnitus may originate from various lesions and from different sites. The auditory system involves highly complicated inner ear structures, many afferent and efferent nerve pathways and a great amount of nuclei that form a complex meshwork. Cause of Tinnitus Tinnitus is the term for the perception of sound when no external sound is present. It is often referred to as “ringing in the ears,” although… Read More
Most people suspect they are suffering from tinnitus due to the telltale symptom of “ringing in the ears.” Although often referred to as ringing, tinnitus can present itself as any persistent noise in the ears, including whistling, buzzing, whooshing, hissing, or whistling. Some patients are able to hear the noise all the time, while others may only notice symptoms at certain times of the day. How to… Read More
https://video.fosterwebmarketing.com/medicalhearingsystems.com/httpdocs/evm/MHS_Tinnitus_h264_764x430.mp4 Tinnitus cannot be cured but the hearing specialists at Medical Hearing Systems, a division of Silverstein Institute, offer solutions to treating this condition.
You’ve tried turning up the television for “background” noise, speaking over the sound, and even plugging your ears. There’s no denying it: the ringing in your ears is definitely getting worse. Is there any way to get rid of this annoying buzzing once and for all? If this sounds familiar, you are likely suffering from tinnitus—a persistent head noise suffered by over 45 million people… Read More
You can feel it coming before it happens: the roaring in your ears, the wave of nausea, and the feeling like you might hit the floor at any moment. The dizziness comes on suddenly and can last for hours—and it happens so often that you’re afraid to drive or even leave the house alone. How can you get better if you don’t know what’s causing… Read More
You know what tinnitus is: a noise in the ears that never goes away, keeping you awake at night and distracted during the day. But after living with what you believed to be tinnitus for longer than you can remember, you’re starting to see other symptoms, such as a twitching in the muscles of your lips and tongue. Are these normal symptoms of a hearing disorder,… Read More