FINALLY, You Can Get RELIEF From Tinnitus
Introductory Letter From Audiologists Dr. Keith Darrow, Ph.D. & Sherina Samuel, Au.D.
As a Neuroscientist and Clinical Audiologist, one of the most common questions, and complaints, I get from my patients is about the ‘ringing’ in their ears! Tinnitus (pronounced tin•ni•tus or tin-night-us) is defined as a sensation of sound in your ears, sometimes in your head. Each person with Tinnitus has
a different sound experience; for most it is described as a ‘ringing’ sound, but many patients also report a ‘shooshing’, ‘buzzing’, ‘wooshing’ sound – similar to
the sounds inside a conch shell.
Too many people dismiss the ringing, when in fact this sound essentially represents an internal alarm alerting you that something is not as it should be. Whether the Tinnitus is constant, only noticeable in a quiet room or at night, pulsating or seems to have certain triggers (i.e. exercise or caffeine), it is important that the root cause of the problem be determined and a proper treatment plan be put in place with your doctor of audiology.
In this report, ‘Finally, You Can Get Relief from Tinnitus’ I include a comprehensive review of the current scientific literature along with helpful lifestyle tips to reduce your Tinnitus. This report is part of our overall series, including the 9 Life-Changing Tips Proven to Reduce Your Risk of Dementia’ and the #1 Amazon best-selling book, Stop Living in Isolation, to help all members of our community live a stronger, healthier and more fulfilling life as we age.
I believe you will find the information in this report helpful when wanting to learn more about your Tinnitus and when it comes to choosing the right treatment plan for you. I encourage you to take action today by scheduling your hearing evaluation and cognitive assessment. Feel free to call the office to schedule your appointment.
Dr. Keith Darrow, Ph.D.
Sherina Samuel, B.Sc., M.Sc., Au.D.