Hearing loss or tinnitus? Take a free hearing test to find out. 

If you suffer from hearing loss and tinnitus, taking a free hearing test, followed by the necessary prescriptions, such as modern hearing aids, can help you alleviate both illnesses. 


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By taking a free hearing test, you will be given a robust assessment to determine your hearing issues, particularly with regard to any tinnitus symptoms. 

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If you suffer from hearing loss and tinnitus, taking a free hearing test, followed by the necessary prescriptions, such as modern hearing aids, can help you alleviate both illnesses.

What causes tinnitus?

There are many possible causes of tinnitus. The most common cause of tinnitus is damage to the sensory cells in the cochlea. This is the snail shell-like organ in the inner ear where sounds are converted into electrical signals. The ringing in your ears is the result of your brain trying to compensate for the loss of hair cells.

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Tinnitus treatment and prevention

There is no cure for tinnitus, but there are many ways you can manage it and reduce its impact on your life. The following management techniques can be rather effective in turning a potentially negative and emotionally charged sound (tinnitus) into a neutral presence.

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Relaxation and mindfulness
Yoga and meditation have been proven to be particularly effective in relieving tinnitus
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Sound therapy
Can help reduce the contrast between tinnitus and quiet environments
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Hearing protection gear
Protection (such as earplugs) can help prevent further hearing damage caused by loud noise
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Hearing aids
Can make your tinnitus stand out less by amplifying sounds. Some devices have built-in sound generators