Exposure to loud sounds may temporarily bring on tinnitus. Head injuries or objects in the ear may also cause it. Prescription drugs like antidepressants or antibiotics can also have tinnitus side effects.
Tinnitus is related to overstimulated nerves that “hear” everything. Shifting the focus to external sounds, such as music, helps. Hearing aids also improve external voices out of the clutter of noise.
Many tinnitus sufferers find soft sounds can help soothe the ringing. With hearing aids connected to a smartphone, sufferers use their app to help them relax during the day, or right before bedtime.
We’ll start with a hearing evaluation.
As we age, our tendency is to accept things as they change. Hearing loss does not have to be one of those things. Our audiologists have the experience and technology to diagnose your hearing challenges and solve them, once and for all. With 6 hearing center locations in Broward and Palm Beach counties, we are here to help full-time residents and winter visitors.
For tinnitus treatment in Fort Lauderdale, FL, call us at Hearing Center of Broward & Palm Beach