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Category: Tinnitus and Hyperacusis

The Role of Hearing aids in Tinnitus Management.

Abstract: Tinnitus, a prevalent auditory condition, often co-occurs with hearing loss. Amplification, primarily through hearing aids, has emerged as a promising management strategy. This review explores the current understanding of
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Can smoking cause tinnitus?

There is a sufficient body of evidence that shows smoking can cause tinnitus. A recent review of 20 studies conducted on the topic found that current, former and ever smokers
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Mental Health, Tinnitus, & Hearing Loss

There is evidence to suggest that tinnitus and hearing loss can lead to anxiety and depression in some individuals. Tinnitus is the perception of sound when there is no external
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Could hyperacusis be cured, and if so, how?

There is currently no known cure for hyperacusis, which is a condition in which sounds that are normally tolerable or even unnoticeable to most people are perceived as intolerably loud
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What tinnitus tones individuals often experience?

Tinnitus is a medical condition characterized by the perception of sound in the absence of an external source. The sounds associated with tinnitus can be varied and range from ringing,
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