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What is Tinnitus?
Tinnitus is the medical term for the sound in your ears that's not around you. It's commonly known as 'ringing in the ears.'
You may have Tinnitus if you are experiencing sounds that aren't made around you. It often sounds like a ringing, humming, whistling, buzzing, or cicada-type sound.
Don't be alarmed. It is not a disease; it's often a symptom of something else, such as ear infection, high blood pressure or, more commonly, hearing loss.
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What Causes Tinnitus?
While people of any age can experience Tinnitus, older adults are more likely to experience Tinnitus due to age-related hearing loss or lengthy exposure to loud noise.
Some more common causes of Tinnitus include hearing loss, ear wax, prolonged exposure to loud noise, ear infections, tumours, head injuries and some medicines.
Tinnitus is the most common disability among army veterans (according to military.com).
How to get rid of the ‘ringing in my ears'?
Finding the correct clinical advice is essential for Tinnitus. While many will advise you to "learn to live with it", there are hearing aids and management techniques specially designed to assist you.
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A qualified audiology professional conducts all hearing checks.
The main objectives of the hearing assessment are to assess your hearing loss, measure its severity and analyse your ability to hear and comprehend sounds.
The assessment comprises a simple, non-invasive test that includes the following:
It allows your clinician to evaluate the function of the eustachian tube, upper auditory pathways and reflex contraction of your middle ear muscles.