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What to do About Tinnitus?

What to do About Tinnitus?

There are many who suffer from tinnitus who have tried many types of treatments and could not get the relief they desire, which leads many to wonder what to do about tinnitus and how should one start looking for a promising treatment.

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Tinnitus in Adults

Tinnitus in Adults

Tinnitus in adults is just as common as tinnitus in children. There are two types of tinnitus: Objective tinnitus and subjective tinnitus. Objective tinnitus can be heard by an examiner and typically occurs from blood flow or muscle movement.

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Tinnitus Symptoms

Tinnitus Symptoms

The most common type of tinnitus is the sensation of hearing sound while there is no external sound present (this is called subjective tinnitus). The sounds associated with subjective tinnitus are often referred to as “phantom noises” as the sound comes from the inside

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Tinnitus Causes

Tinnitus Causes

There is a large variety of tinnitus causes and some could be less serious than others; however, knowing the cause of your tinnitus can help you understand why it’s happening and why it’s important to receive a treatment you may need.

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Understanding Tinnitus

Understanding Tinnitus

Understanding tinnitus is the first step to knowing exactly what it is, how it affects the person who has tinnitus, and why it plays an important part in understanding what may be going on in our body. Tinnitus can take a toll on one’s lifestyle and day to day routine.

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Tinnitus and Upper Cervical Care Treatment

If you have a continuous ringing, buzzing, whistling, humming, clicking, whooshing, roaring or even a noise that beats along with your pulse then these sounds could be symptoms of hearing damage called tinnitus. About 50 million Americans suffer from tinnitus

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Where dizziness come from?

Hi. I'm Dr. Ray Drury with the Upper Cervical Spine Center, and one of the questions I frequently get asked is about dizziness. Where does dizziness come from? What causes it? How come every time I stand up, I get lightheaded and it takes me a few seconds to get my bearings and get straightened out?

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Where do allergies come from? Charlotte Chiropractic

Hi. My name is Dr. Ray Drury with the Upper Cervical Spine Center, and allergy season is officially on its way. The Charlotte area is about to be covered in yellow soon enough from all the pollen. People often ask me, "Where do allergies come from?"

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An Ideal Treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as systemic exertion intolerance disease (SEID) or myalgic encephalomyelitis (MC), is a complicated medical condition with no known cause.

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Natural Treatment for Cluster Headaches

Cluster headaches occur in cyclical patterns or clusters and are one of the most painful types of headaches affecting 1 to 2 people in every 1,000. These cluster headaches are a series of very short, but extremely painful, headaches lasting anywhere from 15 to 180 minutes and occur every day for weeks or up to months at a time

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