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Tinnitus and Dental Issues

The following article from Quiet Times was written by my friend and fellow tinnitus expert, Barry Keate. Thank you, Barry. I will reserve comment until near the end of this post. “Dental Issues and Tinnitus By Barry Keate There appears to be a correlation between certain dental procedures and tinnitus. Dental work has the ability…

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Tinnitus Tips For Relief

Although there are a many health conditions that can cause or worsen tinnitus, many times there is no known cause. Often finding a cure can be equally frustrating. Luckily, there are techniques that can bring some relief to people who suffer with this condition. Use the methods outlined in this article to find an approach…

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Tinnitus Caused By Medications

It’s well known that certain medications can cause tinnitus. In most instances, the tinnitus goes away when the offending medication is stopped and clears the system. Occasionally, a medication can cause permanent damage to the hair cells in the inner ear. In such instances, the symptom of tinnitus as well as any accompanying hearing loss…

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Tinnitus and Fear

Millions of adults worldwide experience tinnitus. Of these, approximately 25% suffer greatly from it. Why? Or just as importantly, how do 75% of the people with tinnitus not suffer from it? How can one person seem to simply ignore the noise inside his or her head, while another finds it nearly impossible to carry on…

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Tinnitus: Where Should I Begin?

If you experience ringing in the ears, you may very well ask, “Can I get rid of this noise once and for all?” In the best of situations, the noise of tinnitus will go away completely. In others, you can reduce the intensity of the sound AND train your brain to largely ignore it. To…

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Tinn’-i-tus Vs Ta-night’-us

How we pronounce a word is certainly not the most important issue in the world. If we’re going to discuss this terrible scourge, however, we should at least mention where the name originated and how we pronounce it. The Latin root word for tinnitus is tinnire–meaning “to ring.” Even The Oxford English Dictionary and Merriam-Webster…

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