Tinnitus is a condition where you hear sounds that are not really there. These phantom noises can be buzzing, roaring, clicking, hissing and humming. The ringing sound may last for many seconds at a time or it might just come and go in short bursts of noise.
It’s one of the most common symptoms of hearing loss: a ringing or buzzing sound in your ears, known as tinnitus. In some cases, the noise can be so loud it interferes with your ability to concentrate or even hear external sound. But rest assured that this isn’t all bad news – for around 50% of those who experience it on a regular basis, their condition is benign and typically doesn’t have any long-term consequences.
Most people who have tinnitus suffer from subjective tinnitus; only you can hear its noises which range from low roars to high squeals, and sometimes Read More
Audiologists at Ontario Hearing Centers are well-experienced in diagnosing, handling and managing tinnitus. Don’t spend another day
enduring that annoying or disturbing ringing in the ears.