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What is Tinnitus?

More people than ever are seeking help for tinnitus. Tinnitus is a sound that occurs in the brain that no one can hear except the patient. The sounds will vary depending on the patient but are often described as buzzing, ringing, high pitched, ocean sea shell, etc. Usually it is most noticeable at night when going to sleep or early in the day when things are quiet. Many people have mild random events that are dismissed as being non-intrusive. Others find it very distracting, raising their stress levels and blood pressure. In the worst cases, it is nearly debilitating.

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Treating Tinnitus

If you have tinnitus and a hearing loss, hearing aids may relieve your tinnitus and improve your hearing ability. Hearing aids with tinnitus therapy features help divert your attention away from the tinnitus and make it easier to listen to external sounds instead of the annoying tinnitus. An audiologist can assist you in selecting and fitting the most appropriate hearing aids for you.

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211 Hurley Ave.
Kingston, NY 12401

(845) 331-9160