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    1. Link between tinnitus and hearing loss Tinnitus

    2. Tinnitus Tinnitus is also known as “ ringing in the ears”.Tinnitus does not hearing loss, but people withhearing loss can have tinnitus.Tinnitus can range from mild to highly traumatic, making its victim desperate for relieve. It can happen only sometimes, can occur for a given time of days then take a break before recurring again, or it can be constant. The sound can vary in pitch from quiet to loud, or it can stay the same.

    3. Causes of tinnitus The most common cause of tinnitus is risk to loud noises, like as loud music or bomb blast. Other reasons include: 1. Head injuries 2. Ototoxic drugs 3. Earwax 4. Otosclerosis 5. Conclusion

    4. Types of tinnitus The assortment of the five sense organs is like as : sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing. 1.Tinnitus is the notion of noise or sound in the ears. A general problem, tinnitus impact about one in ten people. It can improve with treatment. Treat an recognizable built-in reason something helps another treatments reduce or mask the noise, making tinnitus less noticeable.

    5. Types of tinnitus 2.two types of tinnitus ; (1)subjective tinnitus and (2) objective tinnitus. • Subjective tinnitus:- It is the most frequent type of tinnitus. It can have many causes but most commonly it results from hearing loss. When tinnitus is caused by the disorders of the inner ear and auditory nerve, a frequent cause is noise exposure that damages hair cells and loss in the inner ear.

    6. Types of tinnitus • Objective tinnitus:- It is a type of tinnitus your doctor can hear when he or she does an examination. It rarity type of tinnitus may be reason by a blood ship problem, a middle ear bone condition or muscle contractions.

    7. Treatment Tinnitus can be managed by a variety of techniques. One of the most common techniques is tinnitus masking. It is masking part of noising therapy , when uses noise to mask or "cancel out" the tinnitus. medicine can include the use of ear-level sound generators or hearing aids. Additional treatment methods include biofeedback and stress reduction. For them with both hearing loss and serious tinnitus, cochlear implants can help. For therapy, people can also go to tinnitus therapy clinics around the country.

    8. How tinnitus different from hearing loss A misconception accordance to tinnitus is that it is supposed a pathological, but the reality is that it is only a symptom nothing more. In the calm environment, tinnitus upset you more, particularly at night, when the masking effect of ambient noise from the environment is lost.

    9. How tinnitus different from hearing loss Researching shows that it is reason due to low neural activity which connects the damaged part of the inner ear of the central nervous system in the brain, leading to increased neural activity, as the signals travel to the brain. When that is increased, activity reaches the hearing center of the brain, a sound is heard even though the ear is not picking up any loud sound from its surroundings.