Coastal Hearing Aid Center - Encinitas, CA

How To Get Relief From Tinnitus

Do you hear a ringing, roaring, clicking or hissing sound in your ears?

Do you hear this often or all the time?

Does the sound bother you a lot?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have tinnitus. Call or text us today at 714-677-8358 for more information.

Tinnitus (tin-NY-tus) is a common condition where a person experiences a ringing, rushing or buzzing in the ears. Tinnitus will not cause you to go deaf, but its presence may affect your daily activities. Our professionals can provide you with more information to help you deal with this persistent problem.

Talk to us and put an end to the ringing in your ears.

Talk to us and put an end to the ringing in your ears.

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Ringing in the ears can be caused by hearing loss or other medical issues.

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Tinnitus is common. Roughly 25 million Americans experience tinnitus, a symptom associated with many forms of hearing or other health problems. Tinnitus is typically caused by:
  • Hearing Loss: Most people with tinnitus also have some kind of hearing loss.
  • Loud Noise: Exposure to loud noise can cause permanent hearing loss and tinnitus. Continued exposure can make the tinnitus and hearing loss worse.
  • Medication: More than 200 medicines, including aspirin, can cause tinnitus. If you have tinnitus and take medicine, ask your doctor or pharmacist whether your medicine could be the cause.
  • Other potential causes: Allergies, tumors, and problems in the heart and blood vessels, jaw and neck can cause tinnitus.
Tinnitus therapy works! There’s no reason to endure this annoying sound effect.

What Should I Do If I Have Tinnitus?

A careful history and audiometric testing will determine the most likely causes and best solution for your tinnitus.

There may be other medical issues behind the tinnitus. It’s important to rule out anything else that may affect your overall health. You may be referred to an ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor to complete the diagnosis.

How To Avoid Making Your Tinnitus Worse

Avoid anything that can increase the ringing in your ears, such as smoking, alcohol and loud noise. If you’re a construction worker, an airport worker, a hunter or if you’re regularly exposed to loud noise at home or at work, wear ear plugs or special earmuffs to protect your hearing.

If it’s hard for you to hear over your tinnitus, face your friends and family when they talk. Seeing their expressions may help you understand them better. Ask people to speak louder but not shout. Also, tell them they don’t have to talk slowly, just more clearly.

Which Type Of Tinnitus Treatment To Use

We’ll help you determine whether your tinnitus could be managed with:

  • Hearing Aids: Hearing aids can enhance hearing and mask or cover up the tinnitus. For most clients with tinnitus, they can provide partial or complete relief.
  • Maskers: These small electronic devices, which look like hearing aids, are tuned to generate sound that masks or covers up the tinnitus.
  • Drug Therapy: Certain medicines may provide some relief from tinnitus. Nutritional supplements may also provide additional relief.
  • Allergy Treatment: Allergies can exacerbate tinnitus. If you test positive for allergies, treatment can reduce the ringing in your ears and give you a big boost in energy.

Talk to us and put an end to the ringing in your ears.

Talk to us and put an end to the ringing in your ears.

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