out of 319 million Americans has hearing loss. That’s roughly 60.6 million Americans.
of those 60 million Americans suffering from hearing loss have tinnitus.
of everyday Americans seek help with their hearing loss.
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of hearing aid users surveyed believe that it had a positive influence on their quality of life.
of those users also mentioned that their sense of self-esteem has improved.
surveyed that they are much happier and active with their leisure activities such as traveling, sports, and the outdoors.
DO YOU FIND SOUNDS DIFFICULT TO HEAR?
You may have conductive hearing loss. People with it have their sound passage blocked in either the ear canal or in the middle ear.
CAUSE OF CONDUCTIVE HEARING LOSS
Conductive hearing loss can be caused by the following factors:
- Accumulation of ear wax
- Otitis media – A middle ear infection
- Cholesteatoma – A growth in the middle ear
- Otosclerosis – An abnormal bone growth near the middle ear
THERE ARE SEVERAL TYPES OF CONDUCTIVE HEARING LOSS
Some types of conductive hearing loss can be corrected with hearing aids. Other types of conductive hearing loss can be treated medically or surgically. Find out how Team Hearing can help you.
DOES YOUR HEARING SOUND MUFFLED?
You may have sensorineural hearing loss. Which happens when there is damage to the inner ear or to the nerves that travel from the ear to the brain. The loss is permanent and can make even loud noises sound muffled.
CAUSES OF SENSORINEURAL HEARING LOSS
- Noise exposure
- Genetic or hereditary conditions
- Illnesses and conditions
- Drugs and medication
- Head trauma
- Congenital and birth-related hearing loss
TREATMENT FOR SENSORINEURAL HEARING LOSS
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WHERE DOES THAT NOISE IN MY EARS COME FROM?
You probably have tinnitus, which is not a disease, but a symptom arising from a range of underlying causes. What you’re hearing is sounds generated by your nervous system, or by your brain.
YOUR BRIAN SOMETIMES OVERCOMPENSATES BY CREATING ITS OWN ‘BACKGROUND NOISE’
Most people suffering from tinnitus have some form of associated hearing loss with the nerves involved in hearing. Some forms of tinnitus can also be related to muscle movements near the ear, or problems with blood flow in the face or neck. On its own, however, tinnitus is not a sign of a serious medical problem.
Tinnitus can be suppressed through treatment by sound therapy or by using hearing aids. Some hearing aids can simultaneously correct hearing loss and bring tinnitus relief by combining a hearing aid that contains built-in sound therapy. These hearing aids can produce a low-level comforting sound stimulus that can bring tinnitus relief by training your brain to focus on the sound rather than the irrirating sound in your ears. Getting relief from tinnitus does not have to be a lost cause any longer. Find out how we can help you with tinnitus relief!
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