Tinnitus Test

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Online Tinnitus Quiz

Tinnitus sounds different to everyone. It can be high or low, loud or quiet, ever-present or infrequent. And it has many possible triggers, such as damage to the ear, medications or jaw problems.

Many people with tinnitus feel that it reduces their quality of life. And in many cases, tinnitus is accompanied by hearing loss.

For some, tinnitus goes away on its own. It’s permanent for others, and you have to find ways to manage its impact on daily life.

Because each person experiences tinnitus so differently, it’s essential to find professional help to discover the course of action that’s best for you.

Therefore, this tinnitus test is not a definitive answer or the final step in your journey in managing tinnitus. Hopefully, it provides you with some helpful insight into your experience with tinnitus and helps you progress in your decision making on the following steps to take.

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Author Bio

Ron Trounson
Ron Trounson
Ron Trounson holds a Master of Audiology (with Distinction) from the University of Canterbury. He has been in the hearing industry since 2010 and has a broad knowledge of ear disorders, hearing loss, hearing aids and specialised hearing devices.

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