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Remedies for Tinnitus - 5 Recommended Remedies to Help Reverse Tinnitus Damages

24th March 2010
The best remedies for the tinnitus are those that are considered as safe and will not in any way aggravate whatever undetected illness we may have. If the ringing sound is a warning that hearing loss is in its initial stages, the best remedies for tinnitu... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

The Best Brain Power Supplement: Ginkgo Biloba

24th March 2010
This ancient Chinese herb is an extract made from the leaf of the Ginkgo tree. It is the most well-documented plant extract used to support brain function - there are more than 1,000 studies of Ginkgo Biloba from all over the world. The consensus is that ... Read >
Author: Freeman Brock

Ways To Reverse Or Stop Hearing Loss

22nd March 2010
If you don't have a pair of ear plugs, next time you're out, pick some up. If you wear them for a short period, you will discover that everything in your life is harder. Even something as simple as a conversation can be a strain. You would not be able to ... Read >
Author: Charil Keats

Know About Icd And Cpt Coding

19th March 2010
Know about ICD and CPT Coding ICD: - International Classification of Diseases, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM). The ICD-9-CM is maintained jointly by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (C... Read >
Author: Gen Wright

How the hearing mechanism works

18th March 2010
In learning linguistics or culture, it is very important as human beings to use our sense of hearing Losing the sense of hearing can completely change a person's way of living. People should be properly educated how to care for their sense of hearing by p... Read >
Author: lorilee dhebar

Tinnitus and Exercise. 5 Reasons to Exercise your Way to Tinnitus Relief.

12th March 2010
Incessant buzzing, hissing and ringing in the ears that affects every aspect of your life. Panic attacks, zero sleep and abject depression. A hermit like existence. Are you familiar with any of this? Can you remember when your T. did not drive you absolu... Read >
Author: Orla Carr

Types of hearing loss for dummies

04th March 2010
A kid or a teenager has the same chances of getting hearing loss disorder as that of a grown man. Normally, a person may start to lose their sense of hearing in one of their ears first and gradually until it either stops or becomes complete deafness. In t... Read >
Author: Marie Lewis

Signs and Symptoms of Meniere's Disease - How it Affects Hearing and Treatments For Patient

06th September 2009
A usual episode of Meniere's Disease may begin with one ear feeling full, with hearing fluctuations or hearing different high-pitched ringing sounds. Other symptoms eventually follow such as vertigo or dizziness, lack of balance, nausea and vomiting. On t... Read >
Author: Alicia McWilliams

How to Stop Dizziness with a Homeopathic Remedy

30th June 2009
Dizziness may be related to Miniere's disease. This can be one of the reasons a disorder of the inner ear can affect your hearing sensitivity and balance. These conditions have to be suspected and ruled out before undertaking homeopathic treatment for... Read >
Author: Cecilia

What Happens at an Audiology Examination? Hearing Loss Tests

21st March 2009
Audiologists specialize in hearing loss and related disorders. If you're suffering from hearing loss or tinnitus (ringing in the ears), your doctor might refer you to an audiologist for a complete evaluation. Let's take a look at what you can expect from ... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Facts on Bone Conduction Hearing Aids

10th February 2009
The industry providing help to hearing impaired individuals are focused on those with partial or minimal hearing loss. There are several types of hearing aids. One is the Bone Conduction Hearing Aid. It is very much different from the air conduction heari... Read >
Author: MarkD
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