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Do you think you hear sound when none is present? Does it sound like there’s a constant buzzing, hissing, whistling, swooshing or clicking noise in your ears? If so, you might be experiencing tinnitus, or “ringing in the ears.”
Tinnitus is an audiological and neurological condition that affects nearly 15 per cent of people.
Tinnitus is a sign of damage to the ear. It signals a disruption in how sound is transmitted and processed in the brain.
These annoying sounds can get in the way of everyday life, making it difficult to hear or allow the person to focus, but they can also cause more severe health issues if left untreated.
Read more about Tinnitus here
The Tinnitus First Aid Kit offers practical, reassuring information and advice on how to cope with tinnitus. Visit Tinnitus First Aid Kit
Watch informational videos:
- Tinnitus: an introduction
- Understanding Tinnitus
- Tinnitus: causes and risk factors
- Tinnitus treatment and management