Tinnitus, often described as a ringing, buzzing, or humming sound in the ears, can be a distressing condition affecting millions worldwide. While there’s no universal cure, sound therapy has emerged as a promising approach to manage tinnitus symptoms effectively.
Tinnitus is a common auditory condition characterized by the perception of sound in the absence of an external source. Reactive tinnitus, a specific subtype of tinnitus, is a phenomenon where the perception of sound is heightened or exacerbated by external stimuli.
Hearing loss is a very common problem in both the elderly and middle-aged population. It causes various difficulties in life that have to be dealt with. But the constant “noise” in the ears brings even more discomfort. This phenomenon is called tinnitus.
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Generally, most patients will not need any medical treatment for their tinnitus. For patients who are greatly bothered by tinnitus, they may use some masking techniques such as listening to a fan or radio which would mask some of their tinnitus.