Tinnitus

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  • Tinnitus: The Ringing Noise

    The Ringing Noise Tinnitus is a symptom that can leave you deaf. Tinnitus is the sensation of hearing ringing, buzzing, hissing, chirping, whistling, or other sounds. Tinnitus is caused by prolonged exposure to loud sounds. Carpenters, pilots, rock musicians, street-repair workers, landscapers, and soldiers are among those whose jobs put them at risk of loud sounds. The treatment for this is to have ear wax removed, treating a blood vessel condition, or changing your medications. Tinnitus is when a person hears sounds like ringing, buzzing, hissing, chirping, whistling, or other sounds. It can be an extremely loud or quiet ringing, buzzing, hissing, chirping, whistling, or other sounds. The noise that can be heard can be intermittent or…

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  • A Summary Of Earplugs In Concerts

    This lack of concern would certainly explain the massively high numbers of people with hearing loss in America. A study was conducted in 2005 to analyze these statistics. It found that 75% of rock concert attendees were aware of the risk on their ears in the building, but 80% said that they never wear hearing protection. It also found that almost 85% of the concert patrons experienced tinnitus as a result of the concerts. This shows that the availability of earplugs and other hearing protection…

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  • Cerebral Palsy Studies

    permanent changes to the brain function (Ramezani et al.). TMS is used in treating ADHD, ASD, schizophrenia, neurological pain, depression, and much more, but also shows promise when used in children with spastic quadriplegic CP. In those children with CP the electromagnetic induction reduced spasticity by calming the spinal nerves, corticospinal tract, and motor cortex to make mobility easier and reduce spasticity. When coupling TMS with occupational therapy (OT), it proved beneficial…

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  • Custom Velcro Patches Case Study

    customers rather than earning more revenues. • The company must show interest in knowing your actual requirements so that the most unique look can be catered to the patches. • The company must keep proper updates about the current trend so that modernized and highly fashionable designs can be implemented in making the patches. How to stop ringing in ears with home remedies? Description: How to stop ringing in ears? This is no more a challenging task rather you can get quick and smooth…

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  • Aspects Of Aging Essay

    social isolation. Age-related hearing loss is called presbycusis; related changes include: 1. Harder to hear high tones 2. Harder to determine where sounds are coming from 3. Harder to separate sound from background sounds 4. Harder to comprehend speech 5. Normal sound may be loud and cause pain Other issues 1. Balance (equilibrium) is controlled in the inner ear. Fluid and small hairs in the inner ear stimulate the auditory nerve. This helps the brain to maintain balance. 2. Impacted ear wax…

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  • Noise Induced Hearing Loss Essay

    those questions, then maybe you should take another look at the intensity of the volumes around you on a regular basis. If your answer was no, then your ears are probably very healthy. However, If you want to stay healthy or you’re trying to preserve what little hearing you have left, you may want to read the rest of this paper. Most people, mainly teenagers, with hearing loss are unaware of the damage that has been done to their ears by their unwillingness to turn the volume, or intensity of…

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  • Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Essay

    pressure waves are unable to reach the cochlea due to external ear canal blockage, ruptured tympanic membrane or a defect in the ossicles of the middle ear (Taneja, MK 2014). Sensorineural hearing loss is typically defined as the rapid hearing loss of at least 30 dB in 3 contiguous audiometric frequencies within 3 days, It occurs most commonly among adults aged in their 50s and 60s and usually the root cause lies within the nerve pathways from the inner ear to the brain and cannot be medically…

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  • Living With Deafness Beethoven

    themselves but talk louder and slower. Another sign of going deaf is when you hear a loud ringing in your ear this is called tinnitus and it can be very painful and annoying to you. Being deaf isn’t only annoying to you, but it can be annoying to other people as well, especially if the person is very impatient because if you are chatting with a person that is very impatent he/she would get very tired of repeating themselves. Beethoven was the kind…

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  • Character Analysis: The Woman On Wendover Road

    The Woman on Wendover Road - Draft It was a foggy October night, and Martin O’Neil was driving back from work to his new home in the countryside. Fully focused on his driving, and straining his eyes to see the street names in the darkness, Martin was startled a loud ringing noise. I glanced at my phone that I had previously thrown onto the passenger seat of my car, curious to see who was calling me so late in the night. I was quite surprised to see my beloved wife’s name on the caller ID, as…

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  • All Eyes Book Theme

    All Eyes: A Memoir of Deafness Themes Belonging and Acceptance Bainy B. Cyrus (2010) uncovers that the search for who we are is driven by a need to find our place in the world and that a sense of belonging arises from identity and inner experience. The book in its entirety is a catalogue of this theme, with its conclusion describing how the author through her work as a Disability Coach, helps others towards their journey of belonging and acceptance (Cyrus, 2010, pp. 111-126). Communal…

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