In this article, I will share my thoughts on how both COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccines might impact the severity of tinnitus. Can COVID Cause Tinnitus?
This article will explain what causes a tinnitus spike, how to prevent a tinnitus spike, and how to manage a tinnitus spike, whether it lasts
Pulsatile tinnitus is a medical condition where you hear a noise or sound from your body that is synchronized with your heartbeat and cardiovascular system.
Although it’s rare, research shows that the ringing in your ear could be related to a growth on your auditory nerve: not inside your brain,
In the tinnitus clinic, there’s no way to diagnose or record the exact sound that you hear in your auditory brain. So we rely on your description. So let’s listen to these 10 different types of tinnitus and leave a comment to let us know which ones closest to yours.
Every tinnitus doctor should be asking their patients these important questions…every time. In 2006, the International Tinnitus Conference developed 14 essential questions for taking tinnitus
Do you ever notice that your tinnitus changes in loudness or pitch when you move your jaw? This could be TMJ tinnitus. How about when