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Tinnitus affects sufferers in different ways, whilst most individuals with the complaint will refer to the symptoms as a ‘ringing’ in the ears this is certainly not the only description and it is commonly described as a buzzing, hissing, whistling or humming but ultimately it all still amounts to the same condition. To those lucky enough not to have the condition it may sound relatively trivial but nothing could be further from the truth. As with most medical conditions there are varying degrees of severity but at its worst tinnitus can have a very serious impact upon the life of the sufferer causing sleep deprivation and inability to concentrate which may need substantial and on going medical intervention.
Mercury Legal are experts in claiming compensation for tinnitus and noise induced hearing loss sufferers. Our solicitors have recovered millions of pounds in compensation for the unfortunate victims of this industrial disease and as we only ever accept cases on a no win no fee basis you are guaranteed to keep 100% of the money you deserve and you do not have to pay an legal costs, even if you case is unsuccessful through no fault of your own. Contact Mercury legal today and speak to one of our experts to see if we can help you make a no win, no fee claim for compensation.

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No miracle, but perhaps a temporary cure for Tinnitus

Tinnitus is the name given to a condition where the sufferer hears noises; often ringing, buzzing, or hissing, within the ears when there is no external source creating the noise. It can be brought on by various situations including injury, head or neck trauma, brain injuries or even drug use, but the most common cause for Tinnitus is hearing loss. The human ear is an incredibly sensitive organ, transmitting and translating sound waves into useable information for the brain to process. Sadly if the ear is exposed to too much loud noise it can be damaged, and one of the prevalent symptoms of that damage can be tinnitus. There is no cure available for Tinnitus at the moment, although various treatments are available to minimise the disruption and discomfort it can cause. However, there is a neat trick that can temporarily reduce the noises heard by the sufferer; it doesn’t include any drugs or uncomfortable procedures, and you yourself can do it, in the comfort of your own home or even at work. Place the palms of your hands over your ears so that your fingers wrap around the back of your head. Set your middle fingers on the top of your neck, at the base of the skull. Put your index fingers on top of your middle fingers and apply pressure. Now snap them on the back of your head repeatedly, as if you’re drumming. Repeat this around 50 times. This will not cure your tinnitus, but hopefully when you withdraw your hands you should experience a reduction in the noises within your head. This temporary measure might... read more