Tinnitus symptoms can be worse at night, but why? And, what can you do about it?
Concussions can cause a wide variety of symptoms, including that particular ringing in your ears known as tinnitus. Thankfully, treatments are available.
Alcohol has a surprisingly strong impact on your inner ear, which means there’s a very strong link between drinking alcohol and tinnitus symptoms.
Research is adding weight to the notion that what you eat could have a direct influence on your development of tinnitus.
The relationship between anxiety disorders and tinnitus can often turn into a vicious cycle–one that causes insomnia and other sleep disruptions.
Could that ringing in your ears be genetic? Let’s take a look at the root causes of tinnitus.