• Did You Know: Top Cochlear Facts

    Considered to be the most complex part of the ear, the cochlea helps us distinguish the sounds around us. While the cochlea is small, it plays a vital role in our ability to hear and perceive the world around us. Located in the inner ear, the cochlea receives sound waves and transforms them into nerve […]

  • Tips to Help You Handle Meniere’s Disease

    Often described as an unstable inner ear, with Meniere’s disease, fluid within the ear is not able to flow without restriction and can cause vertigo, dizziness, nausea, tinnitus, as well as fluctuating hearing loss. Meniere’s disease affects both men and women, and can typically start between the ages of 20 and 50. However, symptoms often […]

  • How to Deal with Tinnitus and Live a Normal Life

    Tinnitus is one of the most common health conditions in this country, and the symptoms that are associated with this condition alone are enough to make a person crazy. When a person perceives sound that has no external source they are considered to have this condition. Tinnitus sufferers often hear ringing, chirping, clicking, buzzing, whistling, […]

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