Will Hearing Aids Help Tinnitus?

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Hearing Aids and Tinnitus – Will Hearing Aids Help Tinnitus?

This is video is about the 2 Types Hearing Aids that are designed to help tinnitus and how they do it.

The first type of hearing aids that can help manage tinnitus do it amplifying external sounds, Masking or Relaxing the ringing. For example….
Widex has a hearing aid that creates soothing musical sounds, designed to have a random rhythm so it is more ignorable or listened to “in the background”
Starkey has a hearing aid creates a ocean waves sounds that soothes a cancels out the ringing

ReSound has a hearing that creates a white noise, modulates it like a wave sounds, to cancel and to help relaxation.

These hearing aids are designed to “mask”, or cover up, the tinnitus with another more pleasant and relaxing sound

Do they work,? Sure but not all cases. The “masker” may only partially cover up the tinnitus sound, but since its more soothing, it will help you pay less attention to the ringing

Sometimes the masking or white noise is not the same frequency as the ringing, they don’t cancel each other out, and now you have 2 ringings in your ear, and or the new sound “waves” might be more distracting.

If you want these you have to buy those face to face -there is no on online hearing aid seller that could offer this solution because it will require a number of “tunings” If you want these hearing aids – do a search on google for Widex, Resound, or Starkey dealers in your area. be prepared – the prices are going to be over $2500 a piece

The 2nd type of Hearing Aids that help manage the tinnitus are hearing aids with a simple solution: manual volume control.

Here is how a manual volume control can help. The tinnitus or ringing is an internal sound. Your hearing Aids can amplify external sounds.

Most folks that suffer tinnitus say that the ringing is loudest when they are alone.

A hearing aid with volume control will amplify external sounds and over power the internal sounds – so that you are less focused on the ringing. when you are alone turn the volume up. When in crowds, turn it down.

It’s not perfect solution but 50% of customers say it helps – and its better than nothing.

hearing aids with manual volume control are most affordable solution to managing your tinnitus. Price on these type of hearing aids start at $599

If you would like more information about hearing aids with manual volume control Click on the link below or Call 888-295-2944

Tinnitus Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is tinnitus?

A: Tinnitus is noise or ringing in the ears. A common problem, tinnitus affects about 1 in 5 people. Tinnitus isn’t a condition itself — it’s a symptom of an underlying condition, such as age-related hearing loss, ear injury or a circulatory system disorder.

Q: Can tinnitus be cured?

A: Although there presently is no cure, in some cases, tinnitus can be managed by treating the underlying cause or by altering reactions to it.

Q: What are some treatment options?

Answer:

Hearing aids with volume control – helps when you are alone – when “ringing” sounds loudest
Tinnitus Masking – requires face to face tuning – Masking creates a white noise at same frequency as your ringing to cancel each other.
TRT (Tinnitus Retraining Therapy)
Music therapy
Medical treatment

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Comments

Sierra Andrade says:

You can get the second type at walmart

sachen mdr says:

hi everyone ,if anyone else trying to find out

how to treat tinnitus
try Alkarno Ear Cure Alchemist (do a google search ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my cousin got cool success with it.

Zach The Cloutster says:

This video is way too quiet

Juan Ramos says:

THANKS

Yamaha Rider says:

For me, hearing aids work tremendously!! I got mine online from a reputable company. Many different brands will probably work. It is all in how they program them to help you with the particular hearing loss you have. I got mine online and was lucky in that the audiologist nailed it the first time. My tinnitus is at 12k hz. Very annoying. My hearing test stopped at 6k hz and my loss was at 55 db at that level. For me, an “enhanced clarity” program worked.

Draven says:

So your just trading one sound for another.

Harvey ruiz morales says:

i just use a smartphone APP and BOILA!

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