Tinnitus and Other Health Concerns

Adrenal Fatigue and Tinnitus: Is There A Connection?

Tinnitus is not an autoimmune disorder itself, but is often linked to autoimmune disorders. The precise reason for the ties between chronic tinnitus patients and autoimmune disorders and other disorders…

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Tinnitus And Chronic Fatigue: Are The Two Related?

Coping with the incessant noise of tinnitus can be not only mentally taxing but also physically draining. Numerous studies have established a strong correlation between tinnitus, fatigue, and concurrent psychological…

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Tinnitus and Autism Spectrum Disorder: Understanding the Link and Managing Sound Sensitivity

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects communication, social interaction, and behavior. It is estimated that 1 in 54 children in the United States has been identified…

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Can Barometric Pressure And Weather Changes Affect Tinnitus?

If changing weather sets off bells in your ears, you’re not alone. There’s a wealth of evidence that temperature changes can cause a spike in tinnitus. This raises two questions: Why…

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The Cognitive Toll of Tinnitus: The Brain Fog Connection

While tinnitus is a condition in and of itself, it is frequently accompanied or caused by other conditions, many of which do not initially seem to be related. Changes in…

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Maintaining Stability: The Intricate Connection Between Ears And Balance

Our inner ear system is comprised of two very important mechanisms: hearing and balance. When asked to choose which is more important, most people will say “hearing.” However, it is…

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An In-Depth Look At Disorders Of The Auditory System

The ear is a tiny but complicated system within the body, and any number of things can affect our hearing and result in damage or blockage to our hearing ability….

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Is There A Link Between Tinnitus and Blurred Vision?

Blurred vision and tinnitus can occur at the same time, but they aren’t always related. Although these are two separate symptoms that are often experienced separately, there are quite a…

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Can Fevers Cause Tinnitus?

The word tinnitus may have the “-itus” ending, but it is not a disease. On its own, tinnitus does not cause fever, it’s not contagious, and it doesn’t necessarily mean…

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Autoimmune Diseases And Tinnitus: Is There A Connection?

As medical research advances, increasing bodies of evidence demonstrate that the human body does not always work cohesively. In some cases, different aspects of the body can essentially begin to…

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