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Ear Health: Diagnosing And Managing ‘Tinnitus’

Mayo Clinic – About 1 in 5 people experience the perception of noise or ringing in the ears. It’s called tinnitus. Dr. Gayla Poling says tinnitus can be perceived a myriad of ways. Hearing loss can be age-related, come from a one-time exposure, or exposure to loud sounds over a lifetime.

Dr. Poling says the tiny hairs in our inner ear may play a role. Dr. Poling says there’s no scientifically proven cure for tinnitus, but there are treatment and management options. Other options include using a sound generator or using a fan at night. If ringing in your ears bothers you, start by seeing your health care provider for a hearing test.

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Ear Health: Causes And Treatments For Tinnitus


From tele-consults in the ED to on-site fundus imaging at Primary Care offices, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai (NYEE) is adapting to the rapidly changing healthcare environment with innovative new applications and technologies and making them a permanent part of our patient service. These approaches are not only valuable social distancing tools, to reduce coronavirus exposure of physicians, staff, and patients, but they also allow greater access to care and quicker and more effective triage of patients.

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