Hearing crickets is often associated with being outside in the woods, relaxed, and enjoying nature near a campfire. However, those that have tinnitus, or unwanted noises and ringing in the head and ears, feel that the crickets are in their daily life, 100% of the time. A patient that describes their tinnitus as similar to “50,000 crickets” has little to no sense of relaxation or calmness to these sounds as they distract them from their daily activities such as reading, talking with others, performing work duties, as well as trying to sleep at night. The crickets and the chirping becomes a disturbance and something that simply doesn’t go away. In fact, the tinnitus as described like this often can become more bothersome as time goes.
In our practice, we take special attention to learning about ones tinnitus and hearing to gain any and all details surrounding the onset of the ringing or cricket noises, as well as general health related associations and correlations. We assure patients of our genuine care and concern for them and of our efforts in helping them to regain a better quality of life. Yes, there are was to offer help and relief for tinnitus.
So glad more people are becoming aware there are solutions so that 50,000 crickets does not have to be the normal in their life.
Thank you very much Mary. We do our best to help those with tinnitus.
It’s such a nice feeling knowing those people are able to get relief.
Tiffany, Yes, we are hopeful to provide relief for those with tinnitus.
Yes, that’s exactly what mine sounds like, combined with an electrical sound of an old florescent light. I first noticed it about 24 years ago, very faint, and has gradually gotten louder over the years.
Gail, thank you for sharing this about your tinnitus. Would be glad to look at it further to offer ideas.