Pulsatile tinnitus is a rhythmical noise that beats in time with your pulse. There may be single or multiple rhythmic beats that can be heard as a low pitched thumping or booming sound, or as a higher pitched clicking noise. While Pulsatile tinnitus is not a common form of tinnitus, it has some well-known causes…

I hear fine. Then why do they change the way our minds and psyche work? In the last issue you became acquainted with an article written by professor Frank Lin, who is one of the foremost experts in the study of the human mind ( while also working everyday with patients ) particularly specializing in…

Our problem with understanding speech could lead to someone else making decisions about our medical treatment and our care after hospital visits… Oftentimes we have written about the deciding role of speech comprehension for the quality of life we lead. In our experience we have seen that most people coming in through our doors don’t…

Most people with a hearing loss get used to the fact that they often do not understand what others say to them. Usually their misunderstandings of spoken words are blamed on the noise, or other outside factors in their immediate surroundings. Often, those coming to our clinic complain about not being able to comprehend voices…

I thought long and hard before writing this article, because of the complex nature of the explanation. However because this problem is so debilitating and terrible, I felt encouraged to go ahead. Some of this article may seem a bit “Dusty”, but if you are a sufferer then please do read on as I may…

The part of the ear affected, the cause, and how quickly it is identified or treated will determine if a loss is temporary or permanent. Conductive Hearing Loss This is any physical abnormality, blockage, or damage to the outer or middle ear which prevents sound from reaching the inner ear. It results in a reduction…

Hearing loss is the reduced ability to detect and hear sound. There are different types of loss which can be permanent or temporary. Hearing loss can be of different degrees, from slight to profound. It can occur in one or both ears. It can be present at birth or occur later. What Causes Hearing Loss…

There are different types of hearing loss, depending on which part of the hearing pathway is affected. A specialist will always try to localize where in the hearing pathway the problem lays, so as to be able to classify the hearing loss as belonging to one of the following groups. This is most important in…

Of course, the most obvious symptom is inability to hear. However, hearing loss sneaks up on people. Often family members and friends are aware of hearing problems before the hearing-impaired person. What Is Hearing Loss? Hearing loss, or deafness, is the partial or total inability to hear sound in one or both ears. The human…

The hearing loss might result from any of three individual parts of the ear: the outer ear, the middle ear or the inner ear. The Outer Ear Anything that completely blocks the ear canal can cause hearing loss. Blockage with earwax (also called cerumen) is common. A doctor can cure this easily by removing the…

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