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Tinnitus 911

by Regina Fancy (2019-12-13)


"Lyric does not work for a lot of people." - TRUE - InSound Tinnitus 911 Review Medical, the manufacturer of Lyric, claims that approximately 50% of all hearing aid candidates are not good Lyric candidates. This may be due to ear anatomy, degree of hearing loss, lifestyle, or general health conditions. I have also found that a patient may start out as a good Lyric candidate, only to find out that they have a type of earwax (liquid cerumen) that consistently destroys the device prematurely. That's one reason the 30-day trial period is important. In my experience, Lyric may not be for everyone (or even most people), but most of the people who try it - love it.Why is there a ringing in my ears after a concert? You've just got home from a big rock concert of your favorite band or maybe from a dance club where the DJ was pumping. You can almost still feel like you're at the concert when you close your eyes, but you realize it's just a ringing in your ears from the concert playing in your head. While it's usually not thought of as a problem when you only get ringing in the hours after a concert, frequent exposure to loud sounds could mean permanent damage, and every night will feel like you've just been out with your head next to a speaker.The ringing in your ears from the concert is a symptom called tinnitus. It can occur in one or both ears. The most common form of tinnitus is called 'continuous tinnitus' which happens when there is damage to the inner ear; and guess what the most common cause of damage to the inner ear is? Loud noises! Concerts have decibel levels that start at 100dB (decibels) and rise to levels above 130 dB. A sound 100 times more powerful than near total silence is 20 dB. A sound 1,000 times more powerful than near total silence is 30 dB. Near total silence is 0 dB. Some common decibel ratings are (a whisper - 15 dB, normal conversation - 60 dB, a lawnmower - 90 dB, a car horn - 110 dB, a jet engine - 120 dB, a gunshot or firecracker - 140 dB).

 

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