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Tinnitus Causes and Symptoms

Tinnitus is a chronic hearing-related condition that most people have temporarily experienced before in some form. Excessively loud noises often lead to a ringing, buzzing, or humming sensation in your ear. This is common when people are too close to gunshots, explosions, loud machinery, very loud music, or spend an extended period of time hearing noises at higher than normal volumes. But for many, tinnitus is not temporary and they experience this condition to some degree in their daily lives.

Roughly 25 to 50 million American adults live with permanent tinnitus, ranging from cases that are a mildly annoying buzz at times to cases where patients experience a constant problem that can cause anxiety, communication problems, depression, and other serious health risks.

Tinnitus Calmer App

What Are the Causes of Tinnitus?

Tinnitus Can Be Treated & Beltone Chicago Can Help

Permanent tinnitus cannot be cured, but many people who live with this condition never realize that it is a common condition that can be treated. Beltone continues to be a pioneer in tinnitus treatment options, another part of our promise to be a leader in hearing health. Some of our latest technology designed specifically for tinnitus includes:

Tinnitus Breaker Pro

Technology that produces low-volume white noise to mask tinnitus and make symptoms less noticeable.

Beltone Tinnitus Calmer App

Uses a balanced combination of sound therapy and relaxation techniques to teach patients how to cope with their symptoms so that the effects of anxiety and distractions are reduced. Beltone offers this app in both the App store and Google Play store.

Schedule Your Appointment

If you suspect that you are dealing with tinnitus, seek out assistance and information from our Beltone hearing care practitioners. There are options available and the latest Beltone technology makes it possible to treat cases that other offices do not.

Call (800) 900-6187 today, or use our online form to request your free hearing screening. Don’t just live with tinnitus, take the first step toward better hearing today.