19 Burst results for "Tinnitus"

"tinnitus" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Treatment of tinnitus and other sound sensitivity disorders having issues with your hearing I want you to go see her because she can make a difference it's doctor Kristin keener at luminaire five one two four oh seven nine two one five five one two four oh seven nine two one five a luminaire when you actually start losing teeth it's incredible how it impacts your life what you can eat and how you can go about your day to day activities Dr Brandon Hedgecock of Hitchcock dental the technology we have these days and the impact that implants can have on people's lives is incredible for me that's one of the best things we do in our office has a dentist we're always trying to save every tooth that we can save but sometimes there's not able to be fixed and when we get to that point this is the solution that gives them the most natural aesthetics and cosmetics and comfort going forward you can deal with bridges but then you've got everything that's connected are you having to drill down healthy teeth in order to replace the missing teeth with implants you can replace those missing teeth without touching the other teeth so if you do have one tooth that needs to be extracted for whatever reason we can replace that one tooth with an implant without having to affect any of the teeth around boxes Dr Brandon has Cockett Hitchcock dental give him a call five one two nine eight to ninety eight fifty one for your free consultation that's has cog dental dot com pop quiz if you sell a home for five hundred thousand dollars how much would a traditional real estate agent charging commission if you guessed twenty five to thirty thousand dollars you're right but if you think that's the only way you're wrong this is why thousands of homeowners are making the switch to racks with rex you get a dedicated.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It's called tinnitus Dr gala polling says tinnitus can be perceived in a myriad of ways ringing buzzing whistling a cracking a chirping, but why ninety percent of those attended as have hearing loss. So that's usually a restart as a source or reason for the tenant hearing loss can be age related come from a one time exposure or exposure to loud sounds over a lifetime. Dr polling says the tiny hairs in our inner ear may play a role. That's one is actually damaged with noise, exposure aware and tear on your ears across your life span. So those hair cells that damage might be the reason you're part of the cause for tennis for some there's no scientifically proven cure for tinnitus. But there are treatment and management options. For more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit mayoclinic dot org. Chris christie. He's got this. Tell all book this is his second book, by the way, he first book was about his journey to governor of New Jersey, and how he made it to be the successful governor who who did of course, bridge gate superstorm, sandy. And then basically vacated for two years to run for president and said, the New Jersey. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'll be back. I'll be back Bruce Springsteen. Yeah. But had a fifteen percent approval ratings. And now he's writing about the White House, and it's kind of interesting couple of things in the book is called. And I'm gonna get heat for this because he had the stomach stapling. But the book is called let me finish. Does that not sound like dessert, you know, let me finish. Really is that the name so Christie asserts the Trump has a revolving door of deeply flawed individuals amateurs Griff Thor's, weaklings, convicted and unconvicted felons who were hustled into jobs. They were never suited for sometime seemingly we ought so much as a background check via Google or Wikipedia. That is pretty stunning. Okay. But most of the venom as I said last night is reserved for Jared Kushner because this guy done locked up Jared's. Daddy. And for quite some time and was very venomous about it. And I don't think that Jared ever forgot that so Jared at every turn try and undermine and poison anything that the president wanted to do for Christie, but some interesting insight at his first meeting with Trump in two thousand and two at a dinner in the Trump International, hotel and tower, New York Trump orders food for him. It's like you with a child he ordered for him. He chose scallops to which Christie is allergic. And lamb, which he is always detested. That's hilarious. He orders a food for you that you need an epi pen for dessert Christner calls wondering what the Trump took him to one of his chicks at another night took him to be one of his tricks. I guess ordering for him. At another dinner three years later. Trump told the obese Christie he had to lose weight addressing him like one of the contestants in this universe. Trump said you gotta look better to be able to win in politics. Trump returned to the theme of girth during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. He's worrying Kristie to wear a longer tie as it would make him. Look thinner..

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"tinnitus" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Today. I'm visiting doctor Manuel to talk about my sensitivity to sound and the ringing in my ears. How's your hyper accuses that's the sensitivity to sound? It's still quite is still quite difficult to be around. When there's a lot of noise is very high pitched noise. I find that the west can be quite painful when for example, when the ambulance goes past it can be quite difficult. So when you face in very high volume, Moses, normal daily life, normal daily life is is for example, if I'm just walking city, but if it's as a motorcycle with a really strong exhaust pipes. This kind of noise will cause a little bit of pain. One of the sequential said you have to this seven here in laws is. Tinnitus experience one of the last time that I saw you after almost a year that you you you have this this this this. Well, you told me that your tolerance to this noise was quite good. This is still good. Are you finding it easy to manage with it with the tinnitus line in the daytime it's not too bad at nighttime? It's quite difficult. When I tried to stop thinking about it. That's the more. I'm actually thinking about it. Yeah. The more. I try not to think about it the more. I cannot she hear that. My tinnitus is rarely just one constant found mixture like swimming with my head underwater. Bell?.

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News in Brief 12 February 2019

UN News

03:46 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 12 February 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. More than one billion twelve to thirty five year olds at risk irreversible, hearing loss from exposure to loud sounds such as music played on their smartphone. U N health experts said on Tuesday as they unveiled new guidelines to make listening safer. The recommendations to prevent noise induced hearing loss and related conditions such as tinnitus, which is commonly experienced as a ringing sound. In your ears include functions on personal audio devices that monitor how loud and for how long people listen to music. Here's Dr Shelly chatter from the World Health Organization or WHO, which has joined forces with the International Telecommunications Union IT you for this initiative over a billion young people are atrisk of hearing loss simply by doing what they really enjoy doing a lot which is listening regularly to music through their headphones over their devices at the moment, we don't really have. Anything other than our instinct, not really anything solid other than our instinct to Dallas. I'll be doing this, right? Or is it something which is going to lead to tinnitus and hearing loss few years down the line? Latest data shows half of all young listeners have the volume at unsafe levels through personal audio devices, including smartphones. They use continues to grow globally, a parental volume. Control option is also included in the UN recommendations to industry which participated in two years of discussions, along with experts from government, consumer bodies and civil society. Thousands of people have fled a fresh outbreak of violence in south Sudan's, Equatoria state seeking safety in neighboring Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC the UN refugee agency UNHCR said on Tuesday, some five thousand people have settled in several villages along the border near the town of Ingeborg Colo in province in northeastern DRC, according to spokesperson. Bubba bella. Most are women and children and elderly. They arrived exhausted hungry and thirsty. Among them are people suffering from malaria or other illnesses. Many have suffered from trauma after witnessing violent incidents, including on mend reportedly murdering and raping civilians and looting villages. According to reports, the violence has displaced another eight thousand people inside south Sudan near the town of the clashes started on the nineteenth of January between the army and rebel group. The National Salvation Front UNHCR says which has warned that the clashes have blocked humanitarian access to affected areas and finally forty countries have agreed draft UN guidelines on automatic breaking in cars in a move that could significantly improve road safety announced by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, you an EC the development concerns these sensors that are used on cars to detect other vehicle. Nls or pedestrians in the European Union alone. More than nine thousand five hundred people died in traffic accidents in two thousand sixteen inside urban areas. Fifty percent of the fatalities with drivers and forty percent where pedestrians you an ec- says the advanced emergency braking systems or a e S kicks in. If the driver does not react. To audible alerts applying the brakes automatically to avoid a collision or mitigate its effects. In addition to cars, the new regulation will be applicable to vans and minibuses with fewer than nine passengers once it is a doctored by the world forum for harmonization of vehicle regulations this June. The new regulation will likely enter into force in early twenty twenty Daniel Johnson UN news.

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Ringing In The Ears

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Ringing In The Ears

"Welcome to another moment of science take it away. Don, Don, Don. Oh, sorry head. My your Budzyn listening to a little zepplin must've been pretty loud. And of course, listen to zip. But you really shouldn't what who you? So well my mayors ringing. That's exactly my point. Did you know done that? At least one study has found that many teenagers have chronic tinnitus. Also known as ringing in the ears mind goes away after a few minutes. You're fortunate. Researchers that Antwerp university in Belgium looked at survey data from nearly four thousand high schoolers and found that one in five reported constant ringing in their ears. The data doesn't explain exactly why. But it probably has to do with Kim. Listening to MP three players high volume. All the time doesn't sound good. It's not tinnitus isn't just annoying chronic ringing in the heirs can disturb sleep, hamper concentration and make it difficult to relax the ensuing. Stress can make it hard to function in school and at work wall. His their way to cure tinnitus, not when it's become chronic. But you can take steps to prevent it. So take my advice turned down zeppelin, even when I'm listening to stairway to heaven. Yup. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are hundreds more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. Where you can also view videos and sign up for podcasts that web address again is a moment of science dot org. I'm Yahya Cassandra Dr dog glass.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"That could be your ticket to relief when it comes to hearing or tinnitus God some days, my tinnitus is so bad. You know, why? Because I haven't been wearing my hearing devices when you wear a hearing aid that masks, it it actually. Trains, your brain not to hear it. If that makes sense. And then if you don't wear for a long time that noise can creep back that's called the suppression or the masking, but then they have the erotic -ation, which literally takes that wavelength away from your brain to receive series of a noninvasive therapies, Colorado. Tennessee hearing center has pioneered all this stuff. Please go to them if you have hearing problems or especially tinnitus, that's Colorado tenets isn't hearing center. And here's the easiest way to find him help for ringing dot com. Three zero three five three four zero one six three. Five three four zero one six three Doug what's scam? Are we talking about? We're talking about social security. They just say social security, right? So what do you mean? Tell me what's going on. Well, Well, I I just want. Do you get a phone call? Are you talking about a phone call, sir? Oh, yeah. Okay. And they identify themselves. First of all social security will administration will never call anyone ever. So here's what I wanna know. What do they say when you answer? Hello. This is social security. Well, they just leave a message. But I call I've been calling back in harassment. They don't like it. When you call them back. First of all, they usually they usually do not give you even the proper information. Yeah. That's one will answer up to. I've been calling them all morning, they they don't like it very much. Wait a minute. I don't I can't believe you have a number for forum. I'm really impressed. So tell me tell me the number. Eight five six two one nine zero six eight nine and they answer that and what did what did they want from you? They want. They ask you for your social security number and your data per, okay. Hold on. Please. Don't call people. Let me call please. Please. Let me call hold umbrella. Let's see..

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"tinnitus" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

GSMC Technology Podcast

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

"But in but at the same time, maybe as it gets closer to release you might find out more about it, which I guess a good thing and tinnitus when their next want to say, they're called connects or something or they announced their new games things that maybe you'll see more about it. Maybe we'll see some more game play about it. So. You know? I I think it'll be interesting. I just I think this is really a game in nutshell. I want to know more before I get to, you know, before I decide to I really want to try this game or not do everyone spend the money for this game. Or not is this a game that I think I might actually enjoy because some games I've heard, you know, look good, but their stories aren't too big or they're not long enough. It doesn't take enough time. Tino beat it. It may not be challenging enough. So I wonder if this game we'll have that issue come up or it's going to be just fine. But yeah, I'm intrigued I'm curious my interest is you know, it's it's not peaked. But it's different like, okay. Could be fun could be interesting as a fan this series. I'm like, I I'm I'm curious. I am. But I really do want to know more. So I will ask Nintendo. Lease give me, you know, a bit more about the game. Let me see some gameplay. Maybe you're like. Lake, you know, a trailer or even a teaser trailer. I'll even take that just so I can beg. Okay. Let me know a bit more about the game. How does this play into the narrative of the whole series? Does it at all? And it doesn't really say really at least what I see for doesn't say if it's like, you know, after the third film, if it's during the third film. So there isn't again, there isn't really a whole lot information about either. So you can bet my eyes open for this game dragon's, Don of new writers. And if I do happen to hear more about it or see more about it. I'll be sure to bring it to this podcast because I don't know if other people are as intrigued as I am. But when my interest is going interesting, surely assumed curiouser, I do want to know more, and I definitely want to talk about it more. So as more information about this. Game comes out. I shall hopefully be able to bring it here. And that's all we have for this episode of the technology podcast, piano. Lot of fun and learn some really cool things. But do not worry. We'll be back real soon with Moore's technology news. Drives me crazy excuse me. I must printer and

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"tinnitus" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Would recommend magnesium tore eight T A U R A T E, and you might need to take this much four six capsules a day to see that affect coenzyme q tad or ubiquitous has been associated with lowered blood pressure. So the Brady supplements that that could have an impact. But I don't want you to walk around with untreated high blood pressure merely because you prefer not to take medication. I think it's important to get the blood pressure under control one way or another either through natural means or find a medication that doesn't make the whooshing worse for tinnitus. There is no magic fix some people benefit from ginkgo ginkgo biloba, which actually has been shown in some studies to be helpful. It's good for preventing and treating Alzheimer's. It's actually an ingredient in neuro, Sarah, which is one of the things that we talked about last hour helping to protect the brain and the tinnitus being. Sort of a brain problem, you know, general nutritional support for the brain may be helpful product like neuro thera- may make a difference for the degree of tinnitus. You're experiencing one thing about tinnitus to keep in mind, though, is tinnitus is associated with depression in a two. It's a two way street is that it's depressing to have tinnitus because it's really aggravating. And it makes you more depressed. But also having depression increases, your likelihood of having worse and more frequent bouts of tinnitus so working on mood working on. Could talk therapy working on having a menu of activities the guy distract you were away from tinnitus such a prevalent problem as people age that can make a difference in you won't eliminate the tinnitus. But it'll it'll. Change your subjective experience of the degree of tentative Sicher experiencing. So don't let it get you down deal with it in whatever way you can in. There are actually some audiologist who specialize in some of the newer techniques. These noise cancelling headphones that we use when we're on a plane. So we can block out the sound from outside the technologies improving in terms of various devices that of provide noise cancelling effect when people experience tinnitus a ringing. They're not perfect yet. They haven't been developed to appoint where they radically tinnitus, but they may bring the level down. So maybe an audiologist ent specialist to see if that's something that your candidate for give it a shot. Okay. All right. Thank you for your call. Appreciate it very much. All right. Eight seven seven seven two six eight two five five is our number. Let's keep the calls coming in our discussion last hour about neuro thera- supplement of four brain health. We also paid lip service to important part of our strategy for dealing with risk for dementia. Cognitive decline generation, which is like style. And here's a study that emphasizes that university of California, Irvine even mild physical activity immediately improves memory function. It goes we tend to think well does cumulative effect. You know, if you keep exercising. You know, you protect your brain. We do know that exercise enhances something called B D N F brain derived neurotrophic factor, which is like miracle grow for your neurons, your brain cells. But this study suggests that even a short amount of exercise can instantaneously improve your memory. In study three six healthy young adults. The researchers discovered that a single ten minute period of mild exercise can yield considerable cognitive benefits. One of the reasons why try to exercise before this program called upon to remember a lot of stuff, and I need instant recall. The results were published data precedes the National Academy of sciences prestigious journal. They say the hippocampus is critical for the creation of new memories. So you heard about the hippocampus a lot this week. Because when Dr Ford was talking about a recollections of the alleged salt by. Justice cavanaugh. She talked about how it was indelibly inscribed in her hippocampus, which she is a neuroscientist knows is the seat of memory. Well, the researchers found that. Heightened activity occurs in the hippocampus when we exercise, and it's an immediate effect long-term cumulative effect of preventing the hippocampus from shrinking which we don't want to have an invariably shrinks as we age, but we want to slow that process. And here's another way that we can slow the process of hippocampal shrinkage. Check this out vitamin d deficiency is associated with reduced hippocampal volume in patients with MCI that's mild cognitive impairments. And they did MRI's. And check vitamin D in patients and try to correlate the size of the hippocampus with levels of vitamin d. They say without a significant reduction in total hippocampal volume in the vitamin d deficient group and also a loss of connectivity. With other parts of the brain. Which clearly could have an impact on cognitive performance. Of they say that vitamin d levels could serve as a biomarker for Alzheimer's disease. And if we optimize vitamin d that may help to slow the progression towards..

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"tinnitus" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Rid of tendencies forever It can forever and that's, called the synchronized it doesn't work on all tinnitus but most of it then the other one is they have hearing aids that help with tinnitus, as well and that retrained and kind of masks It's great for. For the other kind of tinnitus but here's. The point the only place you're, gonna find out this kind of information is at Colorado tinnitus and hearing center who handles all forms of tinnitus and hearing loss one or both This Clarkson and hamden address this new place where the urgent care is in there. On, the, second, floor, thirty six south, Clarkson, what a beautiful office go see. Them. Plenty of parking a. Beautiful facility, and Dr Patty, and Dr Lisa. Along with their new partner Dr Dagmar they are just? Really helping so many people three oh three five. Three four zero one. Six three help for ringing dot com. Okay doctor just really quickly I ca I asked everything bright light chiropractor have you ever have you ever treated tinnitus so Tennessee Scientists is an interesting one. Right. The plans where it's. Coming from, so sometimes it, could sometimes it. Could help just depends how much nerve damage? Is done Have you seen anyone with tinnitus yeah all the time is because. They had an injury and injuries have all kinds of problems yeah, I, it just, depends, on, what, part, of. The chain, of the ear- early comes from. It's a brain thing or if it's coming from the exactly three three, seven one three eight. Two five five so Christina let's just.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To discuss solution options we have stay there to inspect your ear canal measure your hearing loss does that tickle i have to know it sounds like something that would tickle ratchet i wanted to take a little bit we actually have a video camera it's pretty cool we can look inside the air canal we can see if you have a build up of ear wax the patient sees for themselves they're right there looking at it on a big screen we'll prescribe the solution that works for that patient it's like it's his unique as a fingerprint it's an information comes in and like you said they walk out of our office hearing again they walk out of our office knowing what the result is going to be there's not gonna be any guesswork and they're going to get back to with their life and not worry about it and and like you said earlier even if there's not an immediate fit in in the location that day they can't get you set up with a hearing aid to walk out with that day it's it's it's days at the most right before gets the change their life and that's really what it is when you talk about having your senses back we talked about this off the air you don't have a ton of senses sight and hearing far and away i would say your most important and when you don't do what you have to do to make sure that everything's okay in that area you're you're depriving yourself from a better life you are you're you're degrading yourself and quite honestly you don't have to be like that you really don't have to suffer that there's one other thing i wanted to mention too is is tentative and we haven't talked about that much but ringing in the ears people will call up our office and say well i have ringing my ears what should i do in our answer is immediately come in now need to check that out let me ask you this is is that a a symptom of hearing loss that oftentimes a completely different issue it can be actually most people that have the tinnitus or the ringing that can be a hissing or buzzing ringing people describe it as different different things but typically it does relate to damage to the ear at some point and they do have hearing also high percentage of them do have hearing loss we have equipment to assess that we have we have hearing devices that will address tinnitus and help manage it so that's a very prevalent thing out in society right now i want you to know that we can also also help with that that's amazing pat donovan randy eat for audible hearing aids.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To discuss solution options we have l state of the art equipment to inspect your ear canal measure your hearing loss that tickle i have to know it sounds like something that would tickle we're actually i wanted to take a little bit we actually have a video camera it's pretty cool we can look inside the air canal we can see if you have a build up of ear wax the patient sees for themselves they're right they're looking at it on a big screen we'll prescribe the solution that works for that patient it's like it's his unique as a fingerprint patient comes in and like you said they walk out of our office hearing again they walk out of our office knowing what the result is going to be there's not gonna be any guesswork and they're going to get back to with their life and not worry about it and and like you said earlier even if there's not an immediate fit in in the location that day they can't get you set up with a hearing aid to walk out with that day it's it's it's days at the most right before the change their life and that's really what it is when you talk about having your senses back we talked about this off the air you don't have a ton of senses sight and hearing far and away i would say your most important and when you don't do what you have to do to make sure that everything's okay in that area you're you're depriving yourself from a better life you are you're you're degrading yourself and quite honestly you don't have to be like that you really don't have to suffer that there's one other thing i wanted to mention too is is tentative and we haven't talked about that much but ringing in the years people will call up our office and say well i have ringing my ears what should i do in our answer is immediately come in now i need to check that out let me ask you this is is that a a symptom of hearing loss or is that oftentimes a completely different issue it can be actually most people that have the tinnitus or the ringing that can be a hissing and buzzing ringing people describe it as different different things but typically it does relate to damage to the ear at some point and they do have a hearing loss a high percentage of them do have hearing loss we have equipment to assess that we have we have hearing devices that will address tinnitus and help manage it so that's a very prevalent thing out in society right now i want you to know that we can also also help with that it's amazing pat donovan randy eat.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Only that one job can help to repair a wide range of things in your body now that being said i don't know why you might have ringing the year or tinnitus you may have damage to the three bones in year molly the incas and the status you may have heavy metal high damage or inflammation in the inner ear you could have a virus in the inner ear or there's any number of things that might cause it so i'd have to get a better handle i as to what's causing the problem and then put together recommendations to help to fix it wow i didn't mean to you we cure i would make it interesting you're saying we speak very plainly and we should and that's why i don't use big words but invariably as i say we wanna learn as much as we can about your body and start to fix things i've seen people that have gone for cranial therapy that have had tinnitus go away criminals and osteopathic technique where they just gently put traction on your head and they just do a little bit of hands on therapy to your head and neck and in some cases going down your back i've seen people that had been done and kill removed heavy metals that were large in number when urine testing was done in their tinnitus decreased or went away as a result of that so you know i can't recommend one therapy for everything not every peg fits every hole so you have to make treatment ultimately specific to your body but then what's causing the problems in your body that's a better way to say it thinking in terms of which are known directly to because my cell damage such as i call my words not bones or anything out just because he would think himself and then there's just look at the videos on my website i mean i i can't make it easier for people to look at research have two thousand articles there that you can actually click on the title and read about stem cells shutting down the inflammation of lupus rheumatoid we have videos of parkinson's mass shoulders joints stroke patient i mean you.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Tinnitus a clinical practice article by carol bauer from southern illinois university school of medicine springfield tinnitus is the perception of a sound that has no external source the sensation is commonly described as ringing in the ear but the sound can be perceived inside or outside the head or predominantly in one or both ears qualitative descriptions include humming tonal ringing hissing static roaring or a cicadas like sound tinnitus occurs in up to one fourth of adults but is severely bothersome in less than ten percent when bothersome tinnitus negatively affect sleep concentration emotions and social enjoyment tinnitus is associated with hearing loss audio logic testing is an important component in the evaluation of persistent tinnitus imaging is not indicated in the assessment of tinnitus except in cases in which tinnitus is localized to one ear is pulsa title or is associated with focal neurologic abnormalities or a symmetric hearing loss randomized control trials if tinnitus treatments are limited by a lack of standardized assessments short post treatment follow up and high risk of bias treatments to reduce awareness of tinnitus and tinnitus related distress include cognitive behavioral therapy acoustic stimulation and educational counseling no medications supplements or herbal remedies have been shown to substantially reduce the severity of tentatives listen to the full text of this article at any j m dot org in eighty four year old man with painless unilateral testicular swelling a case record of the massachusetts general hospital by ryan thompson and colleagues an eighty four year old man presented with painless right testicular swelling six weeks earlier he noted that the right testicle was approximately three times larger than the left testicle on examination at an urgent care clinic he had no fever or systemic symptoms the right testicle had a large soft mobile post earier mass the left testicle was normal a presumptive diagnosis of a hydra seal was made the next day ultrasonography revealed marked asymmetric enlargement and hyper vascular irony of the right testicle findings were compatible with right epiderma or kindness a ten day course of oral lebeau floxin was prescribed six weeks later the patient reported persistent testicular swelling he.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"If teen is doesn't work there are things which is it has limited affective nece tinnitus for example i talked to many people with tinnitus and very few report any grains ringing ears bringing ears is basically neurological damage from listening to loud sounds and when problems a purely physical like that often i think efta's of limited limited value so if it's a purely physical issue than if t tends to be less effective although i've had so many cases whenever i do workshops i i ask people i say here on the audience if you have a purely physical issue that's not psychological little less work than seen people will come with up of pain one woman was in her late seventies and she said i had a rotator cuff surgery three years ago and my biceps they shorten the tendon too much by biceps hurt ever since the day the operation so again it's a purely physical issue it has a start date that she can tag the operation and so you know my thinking my my mind thinking well out of the tea will work for this i love to do these one demonstration where i'm pretty convinced if he won't work to shy sign trump he lives don panacea well i had to talk to this this lady about her her life her her shoulder while we tapped and i said you know why did you give that biceps pain in your shoulder give it a name she said fred thought.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on Science Friday

"Nerve fibres and as time goes on that may slowly caused the kinds of different problems that susan was referring to that can ultimately trigger problems with tendinitis while you say that that standard year test that we take for hearing loss does not detect the nerve damage ease the air a machine or a way to detect if we have nerve damage well we and a bunch of other people are working on it i think the simple answer is yes probably certainly in one person we could sort of track at longitudinal early uh there are electra physiological tests which audio algis do that are kind of like electric cardiograms that measure the summed electrical activity of your nerve fibres in your auditory pathway that are responding to sounds and we and others have shown that the amplitude or these potentials can go down in people uh after noise exposure in a way that is consists and with perhaps there being noise damage now so it's not that simple little test or who it it's more complicated accomplish it back to shore are are hidden hidden hearing loss and tinnitus possibly connected the well yes they're connected in the sense that that whatever 'cause it said and decrease in the input into the central nervous system from the qalqiliya has the potential to cause tinnitus and in fact in the the study that's reported in the first half of this this paper they were talking about m is an animal study in which we induced the tinnitus using noise damage and we used very carefully controlled nice damage so we could we could really control the amount of temporary threshold shift that we induced in animals so in this case we we designed the noise exposure to give us a temporary threshold shift that is like hidden hearing loss and in and this was enough to induce tinnitus in about half of the animals the other half of the animals didn't get ten.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on Science Friday

"Dettori part of the by modell stimulus consists of the person's actual tinnitus so we first measure their tentative spectrum using an interactive computer program and then we transpose that into the actual signal that is presented as part of the by modal stimulus quite interesting by nine a know from the russian you've gone and when the reaction you're going to get for after today's program though that those of us and and i include myself with those luckily i don't suffer from a terrible case of ten at this but i know there are people i wanna bring on another guest whose researching ways these damage nerve fibres are contributing to a different kind of hearing problem and that's act to charles liebermann director of the eden peabody laboratories at a mass n e here duct liberman welcome to science friday high eta ira literally habit of you here quite right it's good to have someone get mine name wrong let's get everybody else's name wrong i'll by i know you are not involved in his treatment study of tenant is but you were part of her group that coined the phrase hedin hearing loss what is that well it's called hidden hearing loss because uh what we discovered is that there can be a lot of damage to the inner ear that susan just talked about that can hide behind a normal audie graham you said you are exposed to a firecracker and that cause your tinnitus i don't know what your audie graham looks like but many times after a firecracker incident like yours the the audie graham the standard hearing test that an audio i'll just might apply to you might look completely normal and so it would be a mysterious in a way as if my ears normal why am i having tendinitis wire strange things going on and basically what we've discovered recently is that even with a normal audie graham there can actually be amazing amounts of damage to the nerve fibres that take the information from the sensory cells to the brain so that's why it's called hadn't hearing loss and so the ideas that.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on Science Friday

"In some ways incubating the ideas behind ai for earth that was a leading academic research programs at the intersection of environmental and computer sciences and then when the time was right i wrote a memo called ai for earth laying out how microsoft should should build up a programme in a space cr so you see how uh big data and that's which really involved in here right how big data ada can and studying big data and analyzing big data about everything in the environment can help us better be better stewards of the year and if trump put it that widely spoke big data is is helpful to all of us here uh most definitely and particularly the way that we've built are a algorithms of late the more data the better i would say though moving forward one of the things that can really help us to do is move from big data to small data because once we've trained these systems we don't have to go out and be collecting data willy nilly right we can week the systems can tell us what data needs to be collected and from where to provide maximum information back to the system and that will reduce this this data lodin that all of us kind of live under every day yeah it's reduction is meth great good luck to you i will be checking in with your thank you so much i really appreciate the i have to have been new year lucas joppy's chief environment scientists that the microsoft in redmond washington when thank him for taking time to be with us today when we come back you hear ringing sao no one else can here yeah i do you've got tinnitus and new research is opening doors for new treatments we're going to talk about it when we come back right after this stay with us support for this podcast comes from princess cruise lines vacations are great in fact sources say that they cajun's can reduce stress and improve mental health and relationships and yet according to a recent huffington post poll more than half of americans took seven or fewer days of vacation last year fix that this year with a dream vacation from princess cruises come aboard and sip winds yet can't pronounce refresh your spirit at.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We induced the tentative using noise damage and we used very carefully controlled nice damage so we could we could really control the amount of temporary threshold shift that we induced in animals so in this case we we designed the noise exposure to give us a temporary threshold she if that is likate on hearing loss and in and this was enough to induce tinnitus in about half of the animals the other half of the animals didn't get tinnitus and that in itself is a very interesting phenomenon an than should be studied in both animal model setting humans why is it that they animals that got the exact same noise exposure and had the exact same synapse ross nonetheless half of them got tinnitus in half of them did not give tinnitus the difference lies in the brain from i replayed or this is science friday from pierra public radio international let me ask growth of both of you route two nerve damage in in in your hearing loss there has been recent research about possibly using stem cells to repair the here the hair cells and could they be used also not just for hair cells but possibly the nerve cells uh well yeah absolutely and and there are other therapies that i think are uh well beyond the science fiction phase one of the really interesting things about hidden hearing losses initially uh the the damage is just the loss of the connections socalled synapses between the hair cells and the nerve fibres and at that point in time if you sort of catch it early uh we and others have already shown in animal models that we know what uh molecules to deliver to the inner ear to uh caused the nerve fibers to send out new connections and to make new functional connection so uh we and a number of people are working on possible therapies that might be on the horizon to reconnect these disc connected nerve fibres to their her cell targets in duct assured the think there is a there is a cure possible possibly for tinnitus as the easily curable rommel um i think it's part of the.

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"tinnitus" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tinnitus" Discussed on WDRC

"Record a question as irwin did let's hear from irwin i had been suffering from tendinitis buzzing in the years for over a year raise gains again and he calls forward the doctor said are there any nutritional remedies for treating entities thank you very much for that question the irwin tinnitus i have to say after many years trying to find natural supplements pretended as i become skeptical of supplements purport to cure candidacy there are a lot of them out there because tinnitus is a big quotas problem a lot of people suffer from it and there's a big placebo effect so people you know by this or that or the other tinnitus remedy and it whether it's a homeopathic products words a vitamin supplements herb uh they may think they're getting some relief uh but i have to say that the science and have looked at the science on you know whether this or that of the other supplement can cure a relieve tinnitus and there's not much there uh there are a couple of studies on ginko boloba which a works on the brain not so much on the year works in the brain it's not that ten it is make her in some cases in the ear of but the roaring more the whining that you hear baby generated within the brain than anything that helps support brain function by kinko might be helpful so program of nutritional support for the brain using uh dha rich megan 3 fatty acid is and ginko and things like a copa which strengthen focus and brain function a miti may put.

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