Photo credit: Anton Uniqueton from Pexels by Daniel Fink, MD, Chair, The Quiet Coalition I recently wrote a short blog post about medical reports linking COVID-19 infection to tinnitus. Our noise colleague Yishane Lee at Hearing Health Foundation let us know that she had written something about these reports, too. Her blog post is more
Photo credit: This photo by medipics1066 has been dedicated to the public domain by Daniel Fink, MD, Chair, The Quiet Coalition The recent suicide of a prominent Texas businessman, reportedly in part because of symptoms of severe tinnitus (ringing in the ears) after recovering from COVID-19 infection, is drawing attention to reports of tinnitus among the
Jan L. Mayes writes that preventing noise from happening in the first place is better than a cure for noise-induced tinnitus, hyperacusis, and other hearing damage caused by noise.
Noise or tinnitus causing sleep loss? The New York Times writes about apps that help people desperate for sleep deal with the noise or tinnitus that’s keeping them awake.
Hearing noise? Here's how to find out where it's coming from.But keep in mind that sometimes the cause of the noise isn’t external, it could be tinnitus.