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Tinnitus Treatment Options in Palm Desert, CA Expanded at Hearing Aid HealthCare

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The is no known cure for tinnitus, but there are tinnitus treatment options available that can help a great deal. The following tinnitus therapy options are now available from Hearing Aid HealthCare in Palm Desert, CA.

March 19, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

About 50 million Americans between 60 and 75 are afflicted with a hearing condition identified as Tinnitus. More common in men as compared to women, the main manifestation of ringing ears is hearing sounds that no one else can hear. Tinnitus is generally not regarded as a disease in itself but a symptom of something else taking place in one if not more of the four elements of the auditory system – the outer ear, the middle ear, the inner ear, and the brain. Although it is not a type of loss of hearing by itself, it is often related to other forms of either conductive or sensorineural hearing loss. However, since tinnitus causes individuals to hear the buzzing or ringing sound continually, this can have the effect of lowering an individual’s absolute threshold of hearing, which makes it more difficult to hear low-level sounds normally.

The Licensed Hearing Aid Dispensers at Hearing Aid HealthCare in Palm Desert are regularly researching new tinnitus treatment options to make them available locally. Since many of these treatment options are relatively new, individuals who’ve lived with tinnitus for many years may not know that new therapies are available to them. The ability to provide the most current tinnitus therapies locally in Palm Desert is a point of pride for the Hearing Aid Dispensers at Hearing Aid HealthCare. Aside from maintaining a summary of presently available tinnitus therapies on their website, Hearing Aid HealthCare staff members often write about new breakthroughs on the company blog. More information about the tinnitus treatment options in the subsequent list is readily available on the Hearing Aid Health Care website or by appointment.

Hearing aids. Tinnitus sufferers routinely also have some level of hearing impairment. Hearing aids can provide the double benefit of enhancing hearing ability while also covering the sounds of tinnitus. Tinnitus sufferers using hearing aids often report partial or complete alleviation of tinnitus symptoms.

Maskers. Hiding (or masking) the noises of tinnitus may be achieved through an electronic tinnitus masker. Tinnitus maskers are an excellent choice for many people, offering relief from the tinnitus. However, they have been known to interfere with understanding of speech.

Medication. A number of tinnitus sufferers experience anxiety or other strong emotional responses to their tinnitus. Selected drug treatments may offer relief from these emotional responses and give some relief from the tinnitus.

Relaxation and Counseling. Stress tends to make tinnitus seem even worse, so being able to relax is very helpful. Counseling can be appropriate when tinnitus causes anxiety, depression or other psychological problems.

About Jeannette Hait

Jeannette Hait, co-founder of Hearing Aid HealthCare, has been in the hearing aid profession since 1989. She is a Licensed Hearing Aid Dispenser, a Certified Audioprosthologist, a Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist and is Nationally Board Certified in Hearing Instrument Sciences. Jeannette Hait has also been a Proctor for the Department of Consumer Affairs licensing board since 1997 and is a member of Hearing HealthCare Providers of California and has been a past board member as well. She is also a member of the International Hearing Society.

About Hearing Aid HealthCare:

Hearing Aid HealthCare has provided hearing aids to the Coachella Valley communities of Palm Desert, Sun City, Palm Springs, Indio, Borrego Springs and Yucca Valley for many years. The company offers a full range of diagnostic and preventative hearing services, including hearing tests and hearing aids sales and fittings. The staff is dedicated to keeping abreast of the latest improvements in technological advancements in the hearing industry and are committed to offering the most current technology options to their patients.

Contact:

Jeannette Hait

http://hahc.net

Hearing Aid HealthCare

44630 Monterey Avenue, #100

Palm Desert, CA 92260

(760) 610-0145

Hearing Aid HealthCare

39615 Washington Street, Suite C

Palm Desert, CA 92211

(760) 610-0425

Hearing Aid HealthCare

555 S. Sunrise Way, Suite #116

Palm Springs, CA 92264

(760) 904-0171

Hearing Aid HealthCare

590 Palm Canyon Drive

Borrego Springs, CA 92004

(760) 989-4005

Hearing Aid HealthCare

80150 Hwy 111, Suite C-2

Indio, CA 92201

(760) 989-4005

Hearing Aid HealthCare

56669 29 Palms Hwy, Suite G

Yucca Valley, CA 92284

(760) 820-4850

Contact Info:
Name: Jeannette Hait
Email: info@hahc.net
Phone: (760) 610-0145
Organization: Hearing Aid HealthCare

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