Facts About Tinnitus
If you have a ringing, roaring, clicking, or hissing sound in your ears, then it could be a sign that you have tinnitus. Tinnitus is a symptom that is associated with many forms of hearing loss as well as other health problems. As a matter of fact, about 25 million Americans have experienced a case of tinnitus. While most cases are mild, some cases can be so severe that they interfere with daily activities such as hearing, working, and sleeping.
Tinnitus can be caused by hearing loss, loud noises, medicine, allergies, and other health problems. If you believe that you may have tinnitus, please make an appointment with us today.
Our professionals will help find the best treatment for your tinnitus.
How Can Tinnitus Be Treated?
While tinnitus does not have a cure, there are many treatments that may be able to provide you relief. Some treatments may work well for some individuals but not for all, so you may need to try a few different treatments before you find the one that works best for you.
- Hearing aids
- Drug therapy
- Neuromonics tinnitus therapy
It is also important to avoid anything that can make your tinnitus worse. Stay away from smoking, alcohol and loud noises. If your occupation causes you to be regularly exposed to loud noises, then you can wear ear plugs or special earmuffs to protect your ears. If you’re having trouble hearing others speak to you, ask them to talk louder and face you directly. If you still have questions about your tinnitus, then call us today.
We treat tinnitus for patients throughout Hobbs, NM; Odessa, TX; Midland, TX; and the surrounding areas. Contact us today.