Tinnitus is a ringing or buzzing noise in the ears. Tinnitus evaluation helps consultant diagnose the source of hearing sounds that come from inside your body, rather than from an outside source. If you are hearing continuous noises in your ears, visit your nearest audiology consultant and get your Tinnitus evaluation done.


Tinnitus is a medical term for the sensation of hearing sound in your ears or head when no external sound is present. Tinnitus is an audiological and neurological condition that can be mild and intermittent, severe and persistent, or anywhere in between. 

Treatment for tinnitus depends on whether your tinnitus is caused by an underlying health condition. If so, your doctor may be able to reduce your symptoms by treating the underlying cause

  • Earwax removal. Removing an earwax blockage can decrease tinnitus symptoms
  • Treating a blood vessel condition. Underlying blood vessel conditions may require medication, surgery or another treatment to address the problem
  • Hearing aids. If your tinnitus is caused by noise-induced or age-related hearing loss, using hearing aids may help improve your symptoms.
  • Changing your medication. If a medication you’re taking appears to be the cause of tinnitus, your doctor may recommend stopping or reducing the drug, or switching to a different medication.

Drugs can’t cure tinnitus, but in some cases they may help reduce the severity of symptoms or complications. To help relieve your symptoms, your doctor may prescribe medication to treat an underlying condition or to help treat the anxiety and depression that often accompany tinnitus.

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