What’s the Difference Between Tinnitus & Hyperacusis?
There's a clear distinction between tinnitus and hyperacusis. The former is a condition in which people hear phantom noises in their ears. Hyperacusis, on the other hand, is a disorder in which a person has an intense oversensitivity to sound. However, these two...
Tinnitus Habituation Overview + Successful Techniques
Tinnitus, a condition in which a person hears a phantom sound, is incredibly common. An estimated 30% of people worldwide will experience tinnitus at some point in their lives. But, this doesn’t mean they have to simply accept their fates. While pervasive, tinnitus...
Most Common Tinnitus Causes, Symptoms & Signs
It’s estimated that almost 15% of Americans — that’s close to 50 million people — have experienced some form of tinnitus in their lifetime. That’s a lot of people dealing with tinnitus, a condition in which one hears an auditory hallucination in one or both ears when...
How Tinnitus, Anxiety & Depression Are Connected 
A growing body of research suggests that tinnitus, anxiety and depression are linked. People whose quality of life is impacted by tinnitus often experience anxiety and depression, and vice versa. It's not clear why this might be the case — but it's thought that the...
Tinnitus & Hearing Loss: Are They Related? [The Definitive Guide]
Tinnitus & Hearing Loss: Are They Related? [The Definitive Guide] Hearing impairment — whether it’s the absence or addition of sound — can be challenging to live with. However, having a better understanding of hearing conditions like tinnitus and hearing loss can...
AARP The Magazine: Medical Breakthroughs in Hearing, Vision Loss
AARP The Magazine: Medical Breakthroughs in Hearing, Vision Loss. Published AARP Magazine, NOV. 2018 LIKE SNOWFLAKES or fingerprints, the phantom noises that are heard by the 50 million American adults with tinnitus are unique. Some sufferers are tortured by...
The Levo System is an FDA-cleared medical device that provides patients a patented personal sound therapy which through neural habituation leverages the cognitive abilities of the brain to reduce the symptoms of their tinnitus and improve the quality of a patient’s daily life.
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