Plenty of people crave their daily morning coffee, but what if that extra cup could also reduce your risk of developing tinnitus? An important study on the effects of caffeine intake and instances of tinnitus suggests that it’s true, which means you may want to… Read More Good News: Coffee Drinkers May Be at Lower Risk of Developing Tinnitus
Approximately 20% of American adults suffer from tinnitus, which occurs when the brain sends sound signals (such as ringing, chirping, etc.) to make up for a lack of sound in the auditory system. Tinnitus is usually associated with gradual hearing loss, and it is so… Read More You’re Not Alone: Celebrities Who’ve Struggled With Tinnitus
More than 45 million people in the United States struggle with hearing ringing, buzzing, roaring or clicking sounds known as Tinnitus, according to the American Tinnitus Association. Tinnitus is not a disease, but rather a symptom of another condition. Most forms of Tinnitus cause noises… Read More What is Tinnitus and How Can it be Treated?
Every year more than 50 million Americans experience persistent ringing in the ears both day and night. This condition, called tinnitus, is one of the most common hearing loss-related impairments that historically had very few treatment solutions. However, over the past two years, Audibel has… Read More Finding Tinnitus Relief