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Tinnitus 911

by Jerome Princy (2019-11-20)

The search for a release from Tinnitus 911 Review the symptoms of tinnitus can be a long journey. Staying positive and keeping an open mind will be your key to success. It is worth bearing in mind that what works for one tinnitus sufferer will do nothing for another. But, the converse is also true. One of the most important parts of our human body is the ear which helps us to detect and hear sound. Audition is the sense of sound's scientific name. Sound can be considered as that form of energy, which can travel through other forms of matter in the form of waves of pressure; it also helps us as important means of communication. The sound is modulated into different forms that we differentiate as languages and use the same to communicate what we think. The ear is one of the five sense organs, with the primary role of recognizing and sensing sound. With the help of our central nervous system, we hear it and understand it. The sound waves pass through the nerve cells in the nervous system that is responsible for the auditory function and reaches the brain. Our ear's outer parts are structured in a way that they collect maximum sound from the environment. The sound waves which are collected by the outer portion is then amplified by the middle portion and then forwarded from the air medium to liquid medium. The transformation of medium from air to liquid happens as the sound waves travel through the ear. The densest bone in our body is the temporal bone that is present in the inner portion of the ear. Liquid with sensory epithelium and hair cells are present in the empty inner channels of our ear. The sound waves which move through the fluid epithelium push the protein filaments; the hair cells fires when the filaments bend over are sufficient. This is the process, by which sound waves are converted into nerve impulse. Cerebral cortex is that part of the brain whose function is to interpret sounds, that is being converted into impulse. Unknowingly or knowingly we tend to hurt our ears, by listening to sounds beyond the hearing capacity of our ears. These high volume sounds will cause damage to our ears as they are very sensitive in nature. People should be aware of the sound limits that our ears can accommodate and should make sure that, we are well within the limit. In fact hearing disability has been increasing in the recent past, as people tend to hear amplified sounds and love to do it.