Specific jobs carry a higher risk for tinnitus than others. If you are a carpenter, pilot, musician, or street worker, you are among those at high risk for the buzzing, hissing, and ringing associated with tinnitus. If you already have tinnitus, how does the condition affect your work performance? A British study indicates that 42%… Continue reading The Frustrations of Working With Tinnitus
We’ve all heard stories about the aging process bringing on new aches and pains. We’ve also heard about events that have had a profound effect on someone’s hearing such as an explosion or an auto accident that leaves them with hearing loss. What we don’t often learn about until it happens to us or someone… Continue reading Tinnitus and it’s Sidekick, Mental Distress
“When it comes to health and well-being, regular exercise is about as close to a magic potion as you can get.” -Tich Nhat Hanh Throughout history, exercise has been embraced for improving health. These days, the benefits of exercise are splashed across headlines almost every day. It can help improve cardiovascular health, reduce the risk… Continue reading Could Exercise Harm Your Hearing Health?
Did you know that over 45 million people of all ages in the United States are affected by tinnitus? This condition, often a symptom of another condition, is life-altering in so many ways. It can impact communication and mental health. While many first seeking treatment for tinnitus believe that like so many other health concerns,… Continue reading Study Sheds More Light on Tinnitus Treatment