When a someone first gets tinnitus it can be a scary and confusing time. What’s the source of the problem? How should it be dealt with? How serious an issue is it in day to day life?
The condition, tinnitus, is noises in the head, which are not related to any psychiatric condition. The noise can be heard anywhere in the head or in one or both ears.
The fifth video in our World Tinnitus Day series was presented by Audiologist and Ear Scientist Nina Reade from the Ear Clinic & Ear Shop. The topic is “Tinnitus and Preventative Measures”.
Neil Curran, Fiona Byrne and Kate Curtis spoke with our own Eimear O’Carroll who was chairing the panel about their experiences with tinnitus.
Anne Hogarth speaks about tinnitus and whether or not it causes hearing loss.
Our very own Eimear O’Carroll speaks about tinnitus, the causes of tinnitus and what treatments are available.
Tinnitus can occur at ANY age.
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