It’s about the bees, some might say….Buzzing correlates to many as a way to describe their tinnitus. Tinnitus is certainly a clinical focus in our practice.
This past Spring I become a new bee keeper and always learning along the way. In fact, I love this learning and have been very fortunate to have well seasoned mentors. I started out with one bee hive and this has rapidly progressed to two hives in the backyard and six hives in an outyard, that my friend and I manage together. Bees have become a fascinating new interest. They have inspired many thoughts of how they do what they do, as well as why they do what they do. There’s a rationale that makes sense of their processes that I find interesting and mind boggling. As insects, they are very intuitive, intelligent, as well as functioning as a “well oiled machine”. We can learn so much from the honey bee.
I enjoy educating people about tinnitus and helping them to discover ways to reduce the buzzing….
I like bees….it’s those Stink Bugs that I don’t like. Have talked to another bee keeper and he too enjoyed it but it’s a lot of work he stated. Good that Dr. Rich is helping our environment and learning at the same time. Buzzing is a good term for tinnitus too.
Nice! Yes, a good bit of work but since it’s so interesting it doesn’t feel like work. Thanks Joanne!
That’s pretty awesome!
I really enjoyed our recent visit to the Savannah Bee Company. They had some really interesting facts about bees and how they make their honey. I can see why you are finding this new hobby so fun!
I bet you did. Thanks for the honey too!
Bees ARE very interesting!!… and we’re lucky to have them!
I agree Gail! We sure are lucky to have the bees.