Did you know that 50 million Americans experience tinnitus to some degree? Tinnitus is incredibly common in adults and affects individuals even if they don't have hearing loss. Tinnitus can range from mildly annoying to so severe that it affects your ability to function on a daily basis.
Tinnitus is commonly known as hearing a ringing, buzzing, roaring, hissing, or clicking sound in your head or ears when no other sound is present. Tinnitus is a symptom of another issue, not a disease itself. If you have tinnitus, it doesn't automatically mean something is wrong with your ears, but it often means that you have been exposed to high levels of noise or you have some degree of hearing loss.
If you have tinnitus that is bothersome, check out these helpful tips on how you can experience relief from the ringing in your ears.
Tinnitus doesn't have to affect your daily life. Try these tips and see how they can help you manage the symptoms of tinnitus, so you can get back to enjoying your life to the fullest.
A major contributor of tinnitus is stress, so it is best to find a way for you to reduce your stress, whether that is through counseling, exercise, or meditation. If your tinnitus is caused by another factor, then we can help you find the right treatment plan to help.
If you have tinnitus that is bothersome, contact our office today. We would be happy to help you overcome the ringing in your ears.