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Prevention of Tinnitus

Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common causes of tinnitus. Anything you can do to limit your exposure to loud noise will help prevent tinnitus or keep it from getting worse. Turn down the volume when you listen to music, especially if you use headphones or ear buds. Wear hearing protection when you know you’re going to be in a loud environment. And when you can, put some distance between yourself and the source of loud noise.

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Noise-induced hearing loss, or NIHL, can develop gradually over time with multiple exposures to loud noises or be the result of a one-time exposure to high-intensity noise.

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The Hearing Center of Excellence fosters and promotes the prevention, diagnosis, mitigation, treatment, rehabilitation and research of hearing loss and auditory injury. It supports the development, exchange and adoption of best practices, research, measures of effectiveness and clinical care guidelines to reduce the prevalence and cost of hearing loss and tinnitus among Warriors and Veterans. Read more

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