Tinnitus Treatment

Have you been hearing a ringing, buzzing, or whistling sound in your ears?

Hearing loss is often a very gradual process, and it’s hard to pinpoint the exact moment hearing loss starts to impact your quality of life. The best way to monitor your hearing health is through regular hearing evaluations at Clear Hearing and Audiology.
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What is Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a condition in which you hear a phantom sound when there are no external sounds around you. While tinnitus is often described as a ringing in the ears, it is a different experience for everyone. Your tinnitus may seem like a ringing, roaring, whistling, buzzing, clicking or hissing sound. You can experience tinnitus in one or both ears, and it might sound like it’s coming from far away or close by. Mild tinnitus may not bother you very much, or only be heard a few times a week. Severe tinnitus, on the other hand, is a daily source of discomfort and stress, and interferes with your daily life.

What Causes Tinnitus?

There are a number of possible causes for tinnitus, and these include:

Hearing loss

High blood pressure

A head injury

Meniere’s disease

Earwax blockage in the ear canal


Exposure to loud noises

Certain medications taken in high doses

Most causes of tinnitus affect the cells in the inner ear, the same cells that are responsible for hearing. That’s why tinnitus and hearing loss often occur together.
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Tinnitus Remedies

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Stress Management

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Behavioral Therapy

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Avoid Stimulants

Sound Maskers for Tinnitus

One of the best tinnitus treatments is using a sound masker.

These sound maskers are calibrated to match the pitch and volume of your unique tinnitus. When you experience tinnitus, you can activate this sound masker, and many notice that their tinnitus fades into the background. This tinnitus remedy provides relief from tinnitus, and allows you to focus on tasks, and enjoy your day without tinnitus. It will also help you get a good night’s sleep without stress. Sound maskers can provide relief from tinnitus using a number of different sounds, including pink noise, brown noise, white noise, nature sounds, or even music.
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Hearing aids are often equipped with sound masking programs, so if you have both hearing loss and tinnitus, you can treat hearing loss and tinnitus with one set of devices. The sound masking program in the hearing aid will be calibrated to match your experience of tinnitus, and you can turn it on at any point when your tinnitus is interfering with your day.
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At Clear Hearing and Audiology, we provide tinnitus counseling and offer advice on tinnitus remedies.

If you’ve been experiencing tinnitus, call us to schedule an appointment. We’ll discuss your unique tinnitus, perform a hearing test, and suggest effective tinnitus treatment options. You can learn more about our hearing devices that have tinnitus therapy programs, or get fitted for a tinnitus masker. We may also refer you to another specialist as needed.
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