Category Archives for Tinnitus Causes

    An In-Depth Look at What Causes Tinnitus

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    Stop the Ringing has a very active page on Facebook where people share their stories of triumph and turmoil with Tinnitus. Check it out here. One thing I’ve noticed in the many conversations on that Facebook page is that some people have concrete ideas about what causes Tinnitus and seem unwaveringly attached to them. My […]

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    Are Vertigo and Tinnitus Interconnected?

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    The human body is an interconnected network of nerves, veins and arteries. An issue in one part can disrupt the functioning of the entire body, making the person sick and depressed. Vertigo and tinnitus are two of the most common diseases of the nervous system, caused by the imbalance of fluids in the internal parts […]

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    What Causes Tinnitus?

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    First the good news – we know what causes tinnitus. And now the bad news – conventional medical science cannot cure it. Not permanently at least. Sure enough, your doctor would suggest a few remedies, and it may seem to you that the noises you hear are going down. As a result, you begin to […]

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    What Causes the Dreaded Ringing in the Ears?

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    The sensation of hearing phantom sound or noises in the ears is commonly termed as “ringing in ears” or medically “Tinnitus”. The sound may be temporary or permanent and is not limited to ringing; the affected person can also hear other noises such as hissing, whistling, buzzing, roaring, etc, with varying pitches. There are various […]

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