Tinnitus is marked by the perception of buzzing, hissing, ringing or other bothersome sounds with no outside source. The condition, which can be constant or intermittent, is often associated with hearing loss, so a hearing evaluation may be useful.
Hearing aids, low-level sound generators, and tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT)-which teaches you to tune out tinnitus-may help. Have your doctor go over your medications, too. Some, like antibiotics and diuretics, can cause or worsen tinnitus.
Source: Consumer Reports on Health July 2017
PLEASE REMEMBER TO DONATE THANK YOU!