Tinnitus is a perception of sound that a person hears when no external sound is actually present. This might be buzzing, ringing, hissing, whistling, or even clicking. Contact
County Hearing and Balance for more information on tinnitus.
Common Condition of Tinnitus
It is estimated that more than 50 million Americans have tinnitus to some degree. In severe cases, tinnitus can interfere with work and sleep, and some experience anxiety, depression, and extreme life changes.
If you have tinnitus, you may complain that you hear many types of tones or noises. This might be single tones or even multiple tones, and they occur at different times or simultaneously. Some people have it all the time while others just at night.
Medical Management of Tinnitus
If you have hearing loss that is contributing to or causing your tinnitus, it is important to get treatment before the problem gets worse. There are many conditions that can cause this. Call us for an appointment.
Causes of Tinnitus
Tinnitus is not a disease, but a symptom that can occur from multiple conditions or injury affecting the auditory system. This includes various parts of the ear, typically the inner ear, the auditory nerve, and parts of the brain that interpret and process sound.
The First Step to Take in Tinnitus
If you have tinnitus or suspect that you have hearing loss, a comprehensive hearing exam with one of our doctors of audiology can determine what might be causing this condition. Call us to schedule your exam today.
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County Hearing and Balance has been providing professional audiology services for over 4 decades.
We are located in 6 different locations on shoreline Connecticut, including Groton, Norwich, Waterford, Old Saybrook, Madison, and Middletown.