What You Need to Know About Tinnitus


Do you or anyone you know have a ringing sound in your ears? The perception of sound without an actual external sound is known as Tinnitus.

Tinnitus can negatively affect your overall health and social well-being. Even moderate cases can interfere with your ability to work and socialize.

When you live your life with a constant ringing in your ears, you may experience Distress, Depression, Anxiety, Frequent mood swings, Sleep disturbances, Irritability, Poor concentration, and Pain. No two patients and no two tinnitus cases are alike. The best treatment option is often contingent on an array of factors unique to each patient. Sometimes, successful management of tinnitus may require overlapping treatment layers.

There are many excellent tools to help patients manage their condition and treatments. These toots can reduce the perceived intensity, omnipresence, and burden of tinnitus.

If you have any concerns about your hearing, call Dr. Joe Griffith today at (504) 738-4557 or visit accessiblehearingaids.com to schedule your appointment. Dr. Griffith is a certified audiologist who will address your concerns. At Accessible Hearing Aids we specialize in improving your hearing. We will identify the treatment strategy best suited to your needs. You will be on your way to living a better, more fulfilling, and more productive life.