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Tinnitus Hearing Aids

Tinnitus Hearing Aids

Tinnitus: how hearing aids can help?

Tinnitus can be described as a ringing, hissing or buzzing sound that only you can hear. It can be permanent or temporary, but either way it is usually highly irritating. Tinnitus is very common, and around 10% of the world’s population suffer from tinnitus. 

Tinnitus in itself is not a disease; it is a symptom that has many causes. Hearing loss and tinnitus often go hand-in-hand, with 80% of tinnitus sufferers experiencing some degree of hearing loss.

Tinnitus causes

Tinnitus can affect people of all ages and backgrounds, but it is definitely more prevalent with older people and those who have been exposed to loud noises. Some causes include:
In many cases tinnitus symptoms are caused by damage to the hair cells in the inner ear. The brain misinterprets the lack of signals as sound perception, resulting in the phantom noises.

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Benefits of Tinnitus Hearing Aids

How can hearing aids relieve tinnitus symptoms?

While tinnitus is not exactly treatable or curable, hearing aids do provide a way for those suffering from tinnitus to manage their symptoms and find some relief from the annoying buzzing in their ears.

Sound therapy & auditory relief

Modern hearing aids come with many different functions and modes, and are able to play soothing sounds to relieve the ears from phantom noises. There are dozens of innovative apps out there that make use of specific sounds and frequencies to bring listeners auditory reprise.

Assist with hearing loss

Most people that experience tinnitus symptoms also suffer from some degree of hearing loss, so investing in hearing aids could definitely help with better hearing for tinnitus sufferers. Even if your hearing is relatively normal, the ringing noise that tinnitus is associated with often masks certain sounds, and hearing aids assist in revealing sounds that you may have been missing.

Improved quality of life

Tinnitus can really affect your emotional and mental health over time, with stress and anxiety being both common causes and byproducts of tinnitus. By using hearing aids to help manage your symptoms, you should find that you’re able to communicate better, obtain auditory relief, and enjoy an overall improved quality of life.

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Types of Tinnitus Hearing Aids

Behind the ear hearing aids

Behind-The-Ear (BTE)

A small device positioned behind the ear, connected to an earpiece through clear slim or standard tubing.


A small device offering ultimate discretion. The housing which contains the microphone and receiver is positioned behind the ear.
Behind the ear hearing aids


The Wings chip is a wireless technology fully integrated with Bluetooth and 2.4Ghz wireless frequency combine with many advanced and proved audiological features.