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Tinnitus is a common condition, and whilst for some people it can be just be an occasional annoyance, for others it can have a significant impact on their daily life. Some people have tinnitus now and then, whilst for others it is a constant, debilitating noise, which disrupts sleeping cycles.

There are many causes for tinnitus, with the most common origin being hearing loss. Tinnitus has a high prevalence in Australia as well as many other parts of the world. It is estimated that over 30% of the Australian population suffer from tinnitus.

Whilst there is a high prevalence of tinnitus, many people do not seek out help for tinnitus because of a misconception that it is not able to be treated.  However, there are clinically proven treatments for reducing the impact which this condition has on your quality of life.


Symptoms of Tinnitus can include:

  • A noise in the ears which often sounds like ringing, buzzing, whistling, humming or roaring


If you believe you may be suffering from tinnitus, call Neurosensory on 1300 965 513

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