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Many distressed tinnitus sufferers are told, “Nothing can be done for it; just learn to live with it.” This is simply not true.
According to new research, a multidisciplinary approach to treating tinnitus that combines cognitive behavior therapy with sound-based tinnitus retraining therapy* is significantly more effective than currently available treatments at reducing symptoms of this common debilitating disorder and improving quality of life.
British Tinnitus cure researcher Andrew Parr has released a Self-Help treatment program that could assist up to 90.5% of tinnitus sufferers, according to clinical trials.
We all know that it can take a little while for our hearing to bounce back after listening to our iPods too loud or attending a raucous concert.
The tinnitus meta-analysis shows that treatments such as the Neuromonics Tinnitus Treatment (NTT), which simultaneously address the audiological, psychological, and neurological components of the condition, produce the greatest results. Bethlehem, PA (PRWEB) May 18, 2011 For anyone who hasnâ€™t heard, itâ€™s Tinnitus Awareness Week â€“ and with the observance come results of the first meta-analysis of available tinnitus treatments showing truly effective results for sufferers...
The 40 million people in the US who suffer from the phantom ear sensations of tinnitus may have a bigger problem than they think.
Tinnitus appears to be produced by an unfortunate confluence of structural and functional changes in the brain, say neuroscientists at Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC).
New Study Results Show Statistically Significant Treatment for Tinnitus Sufferers Independent data in interim results confirms Neuromonics tinnitus treatment effectiveness Bethlehem, PA (PRWEB) October 21, 2010 Results of the latest study by Neuromonics Inc.
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