• Ibuprofen and Tinnitus

    Can Ibuprofen Worsen Tinnitus?

    Almost everyone is bound to experience temporary hearing loss or ringing in the ears after a loud event, such as a concert or live sports game. This condition is called tinnitus. People experiencing tinnitus may hear ringing, buzzing, or whistling in their ears. The condition may be temporary, chronic (lasting more than six months), or […]

  • Hearing Loss

    Can Sleeping Pills Contribute to Hearing Loss?

    If you’re suffering from tinnitus, you’ll experience some ringing in your ears. For other people, it’s possible to experience some buzzing, clicking, roaring, humming sound, or hissing sound in the ears. Approximately 30 percent of adults suffer from tinnitus, and they’re at the risk of experiencing hearing loss. The Causes of Tinnitus and Hearing Loss […]

  • Beltone DFW | Tinnitus

    How Can Hearing Aids Help with Tinnitus?

    Tinnitus is a medical condition that causes ringing or buzzing in the ears. Any external force does not cause these unwanted noises, so they can only be heard by you. The length and severity of the ringing are different for everyone. It is currently estimated that nearly 15 percent of the country suffers from some […]

  • Ear Muffled and Ringing

    Why is My Ear Muffled and Ringing?

    Experiencing changes in your hearing can be scary. When these changes happen, it’s helpful to get them addressed as soon as possible to avoid long-term damage. If you feel as if there’s pressure on your ears similar to when you’re flying, or it feels like cotton balls are muffling the sounds around you, it’s time […]

  • Tinnitus and Your Diet

    Are The Foods You Eat Contributing To Tinnitus?

    For those unfamiliar with tinnitus, it is a medical condition characterized by constant or intermittent ringing in one or both ears. In some cases, tinnitus is delineated by a buzzing noise in one or both ears as well. According to data published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 50 million […]

  • Ringing in the Ears

    Who Is At Risk for Tinnitus?

    Tinnitus is an irritating sensation that sounds like a ringing occurring in your ears. According to the Mayo Clinic, it is relatively common to impact 15-20% of people at some point in their lives. There is no current cure for the disorder, but treatments can make it easier to deal with. Furthermore, there are some […]

  • Understanding Tinnitus

    Understanding Tinnitus and How It Affects Hearing

    Tinnitus is one of the most bothersome ailments you can have and most often sounds like a ringing in your ears. For some, it goes on without a stop. For others, it can occur once in a while. Either way, it seems there is nothing that can help stop the constant noise. It affects nearly […]

  • Causes of Tinnitus

    Does Tinnitus Differ with Age?

    Tinnitus is the medical term for ringing in the ears accompanied by hearing loss. According to patients, the sound in subjective tinnitus (cases where the patient hears the ringing) has been described as whistling, howling, buzzing, and hissing. Several factors contribute to the development of the condition, including underlying health conditions like high blood pressure […]

  • Tinnitus Calmer App

    4 Tips to Improve Your Sleep with Tinnitus

    Trying to sleep when you have tinnitus isn’t always easy. Your health and hearing care rely on you being able to get good sleep. There are few things you can do to help improve your sleep with tinnitus. Sound Masking Covering up the sound of tinnitus with other sounds is among the most popular methods […]

  • Will Hearing Aids Make Tinnitus Worse

    Can Hearing Aids Make Tinnitus Worse?

    There are those who believe a medical condition known as tinnitus can be exacerbated through the usage of hearing aids. At Beltone Dallas-Fort Worth, we invite our clients and prospective customers to read the following short blog addressing tinnitus and addressing how tinnitus might be impacted by hearing assistance devices. Tinnitus Overview Tinnitus is a […]

  • Tinnitus Care

    What Causes Ear Ringing?

    Tinnitus is when there is a sound in your head or ears that isn’t caused by an external source and is mostly associated with hearing loss. In fact, over 50 percent of people who have this condition suffer from minor hearing loss. Here are a few demographics that the ATA estimates: Two million people are […]