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At some point in our lives, many of us experience tinnitus. Tinnitus is characterized by a noise in your ears which doesn't exist externally. Most people describe the sound that they hear as a ringing or buzzing, but other sounds reported include wheezing, hissing, clicking, squealing and ticking.  Many people think of tinnitus as a stand-alone condition, and don't bother

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Tinnitus is a relatively common hearing condition that causes a ringing in the ears. It can put stress on your day-to-day activities and makes it difficult to concentrate. Whether intermittent or persistent, finding relief for this condition is crucial to living your everyday life. So, is there a cure for tinnitus? What is tinnitus? Tinnitus is the perception of sound

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Tinnitus is a symptom best described as when you hear noises, either in your head or in your ear, that do not have any external sources. Sometimes this noise sounds like a buzzing , roaring, musical note or heartbeat. Sometimes it’s constant; sometimes it gets worse at night, and sometimes it cuts in and out. As a varied symptom, rather

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