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Neurostimulation of Tongue Relieves Tinnitus Symptoms

Tinnitus, the sensation of ringing in the ears, is one of the most common medical conditions. Approximately 15% of the population suffers from it, but the nature of this malady makes it difficult to study and find therapeutic options. Now, a multinational collaboration of researchers has shown that a neurostimulation system made by Neuromod Devices… Read More »

What antidepressants worsen tinnitus

Drooping Eyelid Ptosis. The usual oral dosage of Erythromycin averaging one gram per 24 hours is not ototoxic. Lead author Zheng-Quan Tang, Ph. Patients frequently develop symptoms following the cessation of therapy. Eustachian Tube Balloon Dilation. Your symptoms may go away when the underlying cause is treated. April 28, I have been taking Sertraline for… Read More »

10 common myths about tinnitus

If you are one of the millions of people in the world that has tinnitus, you know it can impact everything from your work to your family and social life. That constant ringing in the ears can also lead to stress and depression.  Tinnitus is the perception of sound when no actual sound is present.… Read More »

Should you try acupuncture for hearing loss or tinnitus?

While medical science has yet to figure out a way to repair sensorineural hearing loss caused by age or noise, some users of acupuncture, a key component of Traditional Chinese Medicine, claim it has restorative properties for both hearing loss and tinnitus. However, there’s a lack of Western medical evidence indicating it works.  What is acupuncture?… Read More »