Tinnitus Management & Relief At Regain Hearing
Worried About Ringing in Your Ears ?
Nearly everyone has experienced tinnitus at one time or other, it is the ringing, roaring, clicking, or buzzing sound in your ears that happens from time to time. But for some it can be a constant companion. Tinnitus is the Latin word for 'ringing'. It is the perception of sound in the absence of any corresponding external sound. Tinnitus can be heard in one ear or two,or not perceived to be anywhere other than inside your head. It can be a ringing noise, a shushing noise and has even been perceived as music. We can help you get relief from the sound in your head, a bold claim? We have done it for many others, call us now on 0800 028 6763 or book your appointment online now.Book Your Appointment
Can you help my Tinnitus?
If you are unfortunate enough to suffer from this debilitating condition we may just have a solution for you. Regain Hearing have developed tried-and-tested methods for treating a multitude of different Tinnitus sounds for clients from all walks of life. We're starting to lose count now of the number of people who have had success with us and our new avant-garde approach, experiencing total relief or significant relief from their Tinnitus.
At the very first appointment, within the first half an hour of meeting us, the majority of clients report a significant reduction in the noise they hear. There's no placebo effect going on either. We have two years worth of clients to testify that even after initial treatment it actually gets progressively better over time. Admittedly we can't help everyone immediately and it's easy to think 'I bet you can't help me...', but it's well worth finding out.
Consultations Are Free
Consultations are free and we can establish and demonstrate immediately if we can help you. We have our own unique multifaceted approach that has evolved over the years to incorporate natural and digital techniques. We're here to find out which one works for you. Eventually, almost every client finds themselves in a position where Tinnitus doesn't bother them anymore. Our success rate is really very high, and at very least we can tell you what type and degree of Tinnitus you have.
We do this at the initial consultation and give you a future prognosis of what to expect, whether you decide to give the treatment a go or not. We have three main methodologies we use to reduce Tinnitus. They each involve the body's central nervous system. One method attempts to calm the nerve ending receptors, one gently agitates defective hair cells using stimulus, and the last one attempts to mask the effective misfiring of hair cells.
We are making bold claims here but our clients are our proof!
Everything we do has been self-developed over the last three years, the data collected being from actual cases with real people - our customers! We have even helped people who have been advised that nothing can be done. There really is nothing to lose and no better feeling for us when we get rid of your Tinnitus. So book now for your free assessment on 0800 0286763
- What Causes Tinnitus
- Who gets tinnitus?
- What to do if you think you have tinnitus?
- Getting an answer helps
What Exactly Causes Tinnitus?
Tinnitus is in fact not a disease or an illness, it is a symptom of some underlying problem. Because tinnitus is a symptom, it is important to understand what the underlying cause is. Tinnitus is most often a symptom associated with hearing problems. (It can also be a symptom of other health problems.) Tinnitus is typically caused by:
Hearing Loss – Most people who have tinnitus also have some kind of hearing loss.
Loud Noise – Exposure to loud noise can cause permanent hearing loss and tinnitus. Continued exposure can make the tinnitus and hearing loss become worse.
Medication – More than 200 medicines, including aspirin, can cause tinnitus. If you have tinnitus and you take medicine, ask your doctor or pharmacist whether your medicine could be the cause.
There is no known cure for tinnitus, however, there are many treatment options that can deliver relief.
Who Can Suffer With Tinnitus?
The answer is nearly everyone! Tinnitus is common in all age groups, especially following an exposure to loud noise. Usually though, it is transitory and not a long term issue. Continual tinnitus is actually quite common, about ten per cent of the population suffer with continual tinnitus. However it is usually mild and a non issue for the people who suffer with it. Unfortunately for up to one per cent of adults it is a serious issue that has wide ranging effects on their ongoing quality of life.
What Can You Do If You Think You Have Tinnitus
First of all let's make it clear that tinnitus is only very rarely an indication of a serious problem. However, it can be, so it is a good idea to come and see us and have it checked out particularly if the onset was sudden or if it is only present in one ear. The key thing is that you shouldn't worry about it, because stress can actually make your tinnitus worse.
Getting an answer to your concerns really helps
Finding out what exactly is going on will help to allay your fears. The condition is very common and there are treatment options.
Tinnitus Therapy & Management
As part of our tinnitus therapy we carry out a complete hearing assessment including Puretone Audiometry, Tympanometry, Acoustic Reflexes, Otoacoustic Emissions and Speech Discrimination. Specifically for tinnitus assessment we conduct an interview using the Tinnitus Handicap Inventory (THI). This helps us to grade the severity of your tinnitus based on a world recognised scoring system. After your evaluation we will discuss and implement a treatment plan designed solely for you. Your tinnitus management plan could include the use of hearing aid amplification, tinnitus management smart apps, sound therapy and /or behavioral modification therapy.
Assessments And Medical Clearance
Because tinnitus can be associated with disease of the ear and other anatomical disease. It is important that we find out what the underlying cause of your problem is. More often than not, tinnitus is caused by an underlying hearing loss. Sometimes however it can be caused by other problems that are not appropriate for treatment by us. If we find that your case is not suitable for treatment we would refer you on to an ENT Specialist to rule out any health-related conditions that could be the cause of your tinnitus or could be treated through medical and/or surgical intervention.
There are many options for treatment with tinnitus dependent on the severity and the underlying cause. In many cases, correction of a hearing loss with well fitted hearing aids will eliminate the symptoms of tinnitus. In the cases where this isn't enough we also prescribe sound therapy. Many modern hearing aid devices are combination devices giving amplification and sound therapy.
Sound therapy Treatment
In Cases where there is no hearing loss is or it is not severe enough for treatment. We would prescribe sound therapy devices. Sound therapy has proven to be an effective management tool for many people who suffer from tinnitus that isn't associated with underlying hearing loss.
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