Tinnitus (Ringing in the Ears) Affects Millions of People
The symptoms of Tinnitus are relatively common and are believed to affect around 12 million Americans – with nearly 1 million of those individuals coping with severe Tinnitus symptoms on a regular basis. Those who suffer with it have tried to find lasting tinnitus relief by consulting doctors, using medications, home remedies, etc. — but results are mixed and vary widely.
One of the biggest hurdles that healthcare providers face in diagnosing and treating Tinnitus is the fact that ear ringing can be caused by so many different things, some of which include: trauma to the head or ears, neurological damage, allergies, foreign objects, loud noise exposure, ear infections, or dental-related force imbalances.
The reality is that determining the root cause of Tinnitus is sometimes very straight-forward and at other times extremely challenging. When there’s no “smoking gun”, such as repetitive exposure to loud noise over time or accident-related trauma, it is wise to explore whether dental-related force imbalances may be involved.
Tinnitus Symptoms are Often Linked to Dental Forces
Because Tinnitus can be so subjective, testing and diagnosis using audiological diagnostic protocols may not reveal the cause. Sometimes, in the absence of a readily apparent root cause for the ear ringing sensations, Tinnitus symptoms can be directly traced back to bite force disharmony.
Tinnitus can also manifest in different ways, which produces a list of potential symptoms almost too long to list. Indeed, imbalanced dental-related forces could be responsible for such symptoms as ringing in the ears, whooshing-like noises, hissing white noise, clicking and popping, whistling or roaring sounds, pulsation or throbbing, tingling sensations, etc. The list goes on.
If you suffer from Tinnitus symptoms such as these and wish to determine if bite force imbalance or other dental-related forces are at the root of the problem we can help. Proper tinnitus diagnosis and treatment by The Migraine Headache Relief Center of PA could release you from your Tinnitus suffering.
Your ears, facial muscles, jaw joints and teeth... all of these structures are related and must work together harmoniously. If they aren't, Tinnitus can result.
Pioneering diagnostic tools at the Migraine Headache Relief Center of PA can expose the neuromuscular forces at the root of tinnitus suffering.
If you've tried other things without success then schedule a diagnostic examination at MHRPA today.
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