Health Tips for Seniors


Why There Is Ringing Sound In My Ears After Removing Headphone?

Most people would have experienced this. After being in the presence of loud sounds, there may be a mild ringing in the ears. It doesn’t necessarily have to be headphones. You could be at a concert with booming speakers or in a movie theatre with loud blasting surround sound and once the sound stops, voila! A ringing sound in your ears. You’re probably wondering why this happens.

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In most cases, it will be a mild and temporary case of tinnitus. It may seem harmless but it’s not. If one is exposed to such loud noises on a constant or daily basis such as those whose occupation entails exposure to loud noise, the

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All About Tinnitus Hearing Loss And How To Prevent It Easily

Tinnitus affects millions of people and 20% of Americans have tinnitus. Out of this 20%, almost 90% suffer some form of hearing loss. People with even mild hearing loss are twice as likely to develop dementia. Depending on how severe the tinnitus is, it can be cured or it may be a permanent condition. Mild tinnitus may go away in a few days or few months. However, if there is permanent damage, the symptoms may persist for a lifetime and you will need to adjust and learn to live with it.

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Tinnitus may occur is there are injuries to the ear such as a perforated ear drum or the fine hairs in the ears are bent or damaged

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