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Tinnitus 911 Review

by Shanu Sweet (2019-08-09)

Often, the noise is a symptom of an underlying disease Tinnitus 911 or condition, such as vertigo, brain tumor, aneurysm, head or neck injuries, or the onset of age-related hearing loss. Other possible causes are earwax blockage, high blood pressure, and exposure to loud noises. Certain medications can also trigger tinnitus, such as antibiotics, quinine, diuretics, and aspirin taken in unusually high doses. The physician may consult with or refer the patient to an audiologist or an ear, nose and throat specialist. Treatment for ringing in the ears varies according to the cause. Once the cause is identified and treated, the sound will go away on its own. Sometimes, however, nothing can be done to cure tinnitus, and the affected will have to learn to "live with it." Luckily, there are ways to minimize the impact of tinnitus on daily life, including noise suppression (white noise machines, hearing aids), earwax removal, changing the medication for other conditions, acupuncture, managing stress, and reducing alcohol intake. Currently, there are no drugs on the market to cure tinnitus.