Category Tinnitus News

Study shows that Brain Training relieves Tinnitus

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Brain Training relieves Tinnitus?

An online program that “trains” the brain may help people cope with the constant ringing in the ears called tinnitus, a small study suggests.

People with tinnitus can have poorer working memory, deficiencies in attention, and slower mental processing speeds and reaction times...

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Using Cocaine and Wine to treat Tinnitus results in Death

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Does Cocaine and Wine Cure tinnitus?

You may have hear that Cocaine and wine is a good remedy for treating tinnitus, but is that true?

Here is a true story of a 34 year old Mother, Claire Fielding, who died of a heart attack after she used cocaine and wine to treat severe Tinnitus.

Claire Fielding suffered severe tinnitus (buzzing noise in her ears) which dis...

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Tinnitus Free Living Review – This Odd Tric Destroys Tinnitus forever

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LOS ANGELES, CA, June 04, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ — Tinnitus Free Living review, Paul Tobey is aimed at successfully scaling down the tenseness, strain and distraction associated with tinnitus! The Tinnitus Free Living is a complete and detailed method helping people relieve stress patterns that can worsen the perception of tinnitus...

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Tinnitus support group meeting

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Support Group Meeting for Tinnitus

There is finally a support group meeting launched for people having Tinnitus. April 30th marked the launch of Noble’s Hospital’s Audiology Service Support group meeting for adults and children with Tinnitus, hearing loss and balance problem.

This meeting was facilitated by Advanced Audiologist, Matthew Rudd at the Lodg...

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Tinnitus ruins ‘dream’

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Tinnitus a Dream Crusher?

In my final year of college at Rutgers, something happened that would alter the course of my professional life as I had dreamed it. My right ear decided one night to spontaneously erupt into ceaseless, wretched cacophony.

To even begin to relate to the uniquely frustrating phenomenology of my mental existence ever since, one must co...

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Latest Tinnitus Formula Offers Hope to Millions of Sufferers

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How to Treat Tinnitus? Review Offers All You Need to Know About the Tinnitus Treatments

Tinnitus continues to be a very difficult medical burden for a lot of folks and without doubts the unavailability of a permanent cure often makes the pain much worse for some people to bear...

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Autifony Tinnitus Phase ii Research

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Autifony Tinnitus (KV3) Phase ii Research- AUT00063

Autifony is known for pioneering the development of novel pharmaceutical treatments for hearing disorders and now they have moved on to the next phase in it’s tinnitus research. Autifony is studying Tinnitus Subjects with its lead compound AUT00063 as they are exploring the potential and effectiveness of...

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Autifony Tinnitus

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Autifony Tinnitus

Autifony has done a preliminary phase 1 clinical trial of tinnitus on rat models. Autifony’s approach to Tinnitus is to target particular ion channels which play a key role at many levels of the central auditory pathway, this ion channel is known as Kv3 voltage gated potassium channels...

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Tinnitus Affects your Emotion?


Study Suggests that Tinnitus  may affect your emotional processing systems

Patients with persistent ringing in the ears – a condition known as tinnitus – process emotions differently in the brain from those with normal hearing, researchers report in the journal Brain Research.

Tinnitus afflicts 50 million people in the United States, according to the ...

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University of Leicester undertakes new Tinnitus Research

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Research into hearing loss after exposure to loud noises could lead to the first drug treatments to prevent the development of tinnitus

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tinnitus new study

Issued by University of Leicester Press Office on 10 May 2012

Researchers in the University of Leicester’s Department of Cell Physiology and Pharmacology have identified a cellular mechanism that could ...

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