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Tinnitus FAQ

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Do you hear a ringing, buzzing or hissing noise? Caused by a condition called Tinnitus, it affects more than 50 million or roughly 3% of the United States’ population.

Tinnitus can be caused by stress, high blood pressure, excessive earwax, loud noise exposure, or poor jawbone alignment. Although some may easily ignore it, for others it can cause sleepless nights and interfere with your work, hobbies, and other daily activities.

If you have been diagnosed with Tinnitus, you may want to know more about your condition. To find the answers to our most frequently asked tinnitus questions, consult our “What Can I Do About Tinnitus” download, below.

 

What Can I Do About Tinnitus Decision Aid

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