Tinnitus in Boise Idaho
Tinnitus has been frequently associated with a variety of different conditions including vertigo, hearing loss, Ménière's disease, cochlear hydrops and other conditions.
What is Tinnitus?
Well, have you ever heard a constant beeping in your ear, and you didn't know what caused it or what the source of it was? That was Tinnitus. One in five people experiences it, and it usually worsens with age. Most people associate it with ringing in the ear; but some people hear buzzing, roaring, clicking, hissing, or various other sounds.
What causes Tinnitus?
Well, first, it's important to know it's the sign of an underlying condition and is not a disease. Most of the causes will either go away on their own, or after taking some preventative measures, but it can also be a sign of a serious underlying condition.
Your ear consists of an outer, middle, and inner ear. Your outer ear acts to funnel sound waves, then they pass through the middle ear where they are mechanically transmitted, and then they are finally translated from sound waves into nerve messages that are sent to your brain. Below are some of the causes of Tinnitus you should know about.
Causes of Tinnitus
What Should You Do About That Constant Ringing?
If you experience Tinnitus, it might go away on its own or by taking simple, preventative measures like cleaning out your ears or getting away from that noisy construction zone. Though, if it that noise continues, you won't want to ignore it. It might be a sign of something more serious.
If it doesn't go away on its own, then you will want to seek the proper care. An upper cervical specialist can examine your upper neck vertebrae for any misalignments in your upper cervical. They won't give you a prescription that will just cover the noise and tell you to go home and wait until it goes away. Instead, they will work to address the underlying cause. We hope the cause is not a serious one, but you won't want to ignore it. To find out more about the connection between head and neck injuries and Ménière's disease download are e-book below.
Upper Cervical and Ménière’s Disease In Boise, Idaho
Have you been diagnosed with tinnitus, Cochlear Hydrops, Meniere's, vertigo or other ear related conditions?
Have you ever had your upper neck thoroughly evaluated to see if the underlying cause could be there?
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What to Do Next ?
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