What are the first signs of tinnitus?

Tinnitus is commonly characterized as a ringing or buzzing in the ears. In most instances, only the tinnitus patient can hear the sounds. This is why tinnitus is sometimes referred to as “phantom noise.” The frequency and intensity of tinnitus

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Why Do Ears Produce So Much Wax?

Earwax, a common yet puzzling substance, is produced by our ears as a crucial element of ear health. This natural secretion, known as cerumen, serves important functions such as lubrication and protection against foreign particles.  Although earwax is typically self-regulating,

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Are cheap hearing aids worth buying?

Prescription or premium hearing aids have technologically enhanced features and new technologies designed to improve your life and everyday conversations. The price range of prescription hearing aids is significantly different from “hearing aids” sold online at very cheap. Some of


How long will my hearing aids last?

In this post, we will explore the lifespan of hearing aids and the factors that can affect it. We will discuss the different types of hearing aids available, their typical lifespan, and what you can do to extend the life


What helps tinnitus go away?

Do you ever experience a ringing, buzzing, or whooshing sound in your ears that people near you can’t hear? You may be experiencing tinnitus. Before talking about what helps tinnitus go away, let’s have an overview of what tinnitus is.


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