You could be experiencing tinnitus. Here's when you should be concerned.
Some 50 million US adults have reported having tinnitus. Sixteen million had it frequently while 2 to 3 million have tinnitus
I didn't see the connection between the mindfulness and the tinnitus until today, seven years later. I was watching a talk
Acts of speech hold power. When I was approximately 23, a simple utterance reminded me of this. The ire coldness of the air
A large majority of people with chronic tinnitus also suffer from hearing loss.
Do you know someone who is new to hearing loss? Maybe they haven't yet accepted that they have a hearing loss, or maybe they are just starting to acknowledge it, but don't know what to do first, or second. I know some people like that, myself included, at one point.
Yes, I still have tinnitus (it gets slightly louder every year). But no, it does not bother me. Not the least little bit
Will my tinnitus take another turn for the worse? I hope not. These are worries that I have, but I cannot spend time on them. I can only focus on living each day the best that I can.
Deafness isn't only a concern for rock musicians, or drum and bass DJs - from classical violinists to pop singers, in recent years it's become clear that anyone around music a lot has reason to be equally worried.
It is hard to explain to others what it is like to have hearing loss. I am neither a child nor an invalid. If someone asks me a question and I don't hear it, please repeat it so I can answer for myself. I want to hear you and am trying my best.
Tinnitus is a ringing in the ear and when it's chronic, it can be quite annoying, particularly when it seems like it's never going to stop. Tintinnabulation also refers to a sound but in this case it's the ringing of bells.
Here are my tips for surviving the inevitable bouts of frustration that come along with hearing loss.
It has taken me this long and a dream Ph.D. separation just to get to a conjecture, but at least reasonable conjectures breed solutions, whatever they turn out to be. I already feel less depressed because I am finally taking action. I can almost hear silence again. The road back is less noisy as a result. This in itself makes all the trying and failing, and trying again worthwhile.
Most recently, another option has become available—a combination hearing aid and sound stimulus provider. Again, not covered
Just because these men and women signed on to fight these two wars doesn't mean they signed on to bear the entire moral burden associated with them. It's past time we opened our ears and our homes and our hearts. We need to listen.
There are two basic ways to go mad. One is historical and the other, existential. Your personality may be festering one or
New York city is inarguably a loud place, compared to the rest of the planet. "The roar," as I've heard some New Yorkers describe it, is the omnipresent, cacophonous sound of everything in the city happening at once, like a symphony warming up indefinitely.