Tinnitus pain

How to avoid ringing ears?

Ringing ears, also known as tinnitus, can be quite annoying. Depending on the damage your hearing suffered they could be hard to get rid off, or even...

7 Of The Loudest Sounds That Shook The World

As our world slowly becomes more urban, it gets louder as well. More vehicles mean more noise. Higher populations mean more people, who produce additional noise. You'll...
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12 Famous Artists With Tinnitus

No matter how you put it, exposure to loud music for long amounts of time is dangerous. Hearing damage is often permanent and hard to cure, thus hearing...

Hearing Damage: Dangerous Decibels In Your Daily Life?

Noise-induced hearing loss is a permanent problem resulting from long exposure to loud sounds. It is important to conserve your hearing by using protection to prevent damage. Hearing protection like...
Tinnitus (hearing damage)

3 Different Types of Tinnitus

Did you know that there are three different types of tinnitus? Each has its own characteristics. The kind of tinnitus a patient has is determined during the diagnosis...

3D Printing Revolutionizes High Fidelity Earplugs

The list of rock stars with hearing loss isn't just long - it's star-studded. Take Eric Clapton and Pete Townshend for starters. These two giants, leading members...
Tinnitus Diagnosis

How is Tinnitus Diagnosed?

The diagnosis of tinnitus (ringing ears) is usually based on a person’s description. That's because in 95% of all cases tinnitus is a subjective noise. A tinnitus diagnosis...
Ringing ears - causes

How to Stop Ringing Ears After a Concert

If you've landed on this article, there's a pretty good chance you're hearing a ringing in your ears while reading this. No need to freak out right away. Almost...
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Musician in an orchestra? Here is how to avoid hearing damage.

A jet engine 300 meters away. An air raid siren up close. That’s how loud the London Royal Opera House should have been according to Christopher Goldscheider....
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Do you have the ears of a Superhuman or just an average mortal?

Let's find out with the test below. We recommend using headphones instead of earbuds and a quiet room. Once you start hearing a high pitch you can...

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