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Don't Ignore These Early Symptoms of Brain Tumour
 
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A brain tumour may sound like a scary, even devastating possibility. Basically a growth of abnormal cells in your brain, a brain tumor can be benign – that is, without cancer cells or malignant – with cancer cells. Understanding brain tumor symptoms early can mean a better shot at a positive outcome. Brain tumor symptoms are caused by their location or the pressure they put on the brain. Which is why symptoms vary from one patient to another. Please note: The content provided below and elsewhere on this video is not intended nor should it be construed as providing professional medical or nutritional advice. Do not rely on information provided on this video for your health problems. instead, consult a qualified medical professional for advice. If you have multiple signs and symptoms of this problem, ask your doctor to check your health levels. Here are 5 Common Signs of Brain Tumour that you should to know; 01:02 Seizures: Mostly Partial. 02:05 Headaches: Inexplicable And Resistant To Medicines. 03:09 Speech And Hearing: Difficulty Speaking Meaningfully. 04:07 Vision Problems: Loss Of Vision Or Double Vision. 05:06 Clumsiness: Loss Of Balance And Coordination. Believe it or not, seizures are the commonest symptom of brain tumor, with about 60% patients experiencing them. They occur mostly when the tumors are located in the central part of the brain and have a slow growth rate and many lesions. They are also common in cases of slowly growing gliomas (tumors in the glial cells), convexity meningiomas (tumors on the meninges), brain stem tumors, and when the tumor has started metastasizing or spreading to nearby cells. A new persistent headache is a common sign of brain tumor, though not the first sign. About 50% of all brain tumor patients complain of headaches but not usually at tumor onset. Either the tumor puts pressure on the brain or blocks the drainage of the cerebrospinal fluid and raises the ICP, which results in headaches. A sudden loss of communication skills can indicate a brain tumor. You may slur, stutter, speak haltingly, grope for appropriate words, muddle words, forget names of common objects, and be unable to string a meaningful sentence together. Sometimes, you may speak fluently but your speech may be filled with “non-words.” You may be able to write but not read out what you’ve written. These symptoms can also indicate a stroke or a migraine attack. All three are serious medical conditions and need attention. Blurred sight, vision loss that comes and goes, or seeing floating shapes like small dots or thin strands in front of your eyes can all indicate a tumor. If you are finding it difficult to maintain your balance while walking or having difficulty coordinating your hands and legs, it might be a symptom of brain tumor. This might be caused by a tumor in the cerebellum, the primary motor cortex, or the parietal lobe, all of which are responsible in different ways for the coordination of movements. A brain stem tumor that affects hearing can also contribute to loss of balance. Well, If you experience any of the following 5 Common Signs of brain tumour that I mentioned above, you should not ignore it. It’s important to tell your health care provider to have them checked by your doctor. So that the cause can be found and treated, if needed. Being proactive can lead to earlier treatment and a better outlook. Thank you for watching "5 Common Signs of Brain Tumor." Early Detection Could Save Your Life Longer. Pain is your body signaling to you that something is wrong. Be Smart about Your Symptoms, Know When It’s Time to See a Doctor. Each of the symptoms listed here could, at first, result in an incorrect diagnosis.The more information you are able to provide, the sooner your doctor will know the best course of action. Symptoms are the body’s way of communicating with us and with others. Listen to this communication. No matter what their cause, it is always important. SUBSCRIBE for more videos here : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl2s_ywqhXm_YmJ1lVPDPtw?sub_confirmation=1 Contact : email : anisawe14@gmail.com Find Us On : Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/u/0/109115292982259471607 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Symptoms-Of-Disease-602529183258705/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/anisawe4?lang=en Blog : http://symptoms2017.blogspot.co.id/
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3 Different Types of Hearing Loss | Ear Problems
 
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Watch more How to Deal with Ear Problems videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/508274-3-Different-Types-of-Hearing-Loss-Ear-Problems There are three kinds of hearing loss that a person can have. One is called neurosensory, or sensory neural, sometimes called nerve hearing loss. Nerve hearing loss is probably a misnomer, because it's rarely the nerve. It's almost always the little hairs inside the organ of hearing that aren't converting the mechanical energy into electrical energy. The most common cause of an inner ear or neurosensory hearing loss is an age related and genetically determined hearing loss. As we get older we all lose some hearing, and the degree of that hearing loss is very variable. There are individuals in their late fifties or early sixties who have a rather severe loss and need amplification in the form of a hearing aid. And there are others who live into their eighties and nineties that have remarkably good hearing. Other causes of hearing loss include viral infections, genetic disorders, and, rarely, a benign tumor on the nerve of hearing and balance called an acoustic neuroma. If you have a benign tumor on the nerve of hearing and balance called an acoustic neuroma, you will generally have a hearing loss in only one ear. A hearing loss in one ear should be more alarming to you than in both ears because it brings up the possibility of a tumor such as an acoustic neuroma. The second type of hearing loss is a mechanical one. We call it a conductive hearing loss because there's a problem with the mechanism that conducts the sound from the outside to the inside. A lump of wax will cause a mechanical hearing loss. A problem with your eardrum will cause a mechanical hearing loss. A problem with the little bones of hearing will cause a mechanical hearing loss. Fluid inside your middle ear will cause a mechanical hearing loss. The third type of hearing loss is called mixed, a little bit of each.
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Can hearing loss be a sign of a brain tumor
 
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5 Signs and Symptoms of Brain Tumor You Should Know
 
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5 Signs and Symptoms of Brain Tumor. A brain tumor may sound like a scary, even devastating possibility. Basically a growth of abnormal cells in your brain, a brain tumor can be benign – that is, without cancer cells or malignant – with cancer cells. Understanding brain tumor symptoms early can mean a better shot at a positive outcome. Brain tumor symptoms are caused by their location or the pressure they put on the brain. Which is why symptoms vary from one patient to another. Please note: The content provided below and elsewhere on this video is not intended nor should it be construed as providing professional medical or nutritional advice. Do not rely on information provided on this video for your health problems. instead, consult a qualified medical professional for advice. If you have multiple signs and symptoms of this problem, ask your doctor to check your health levels. Here are 5 Common Signs of Brain Tumor that you should to know; 01:02 Seizures: Mostly Partial. 02:05 Headaches: Inexplicable And Resistant To Medicines. 03:09 Speech And Hearing: Difficulty Speaking Meaningfully. 04:07 Vision Problems: Loss Of Vision Or Double Vision. 05:06 Clumsiness: Loss Of Balance And Coordination. Well, If you experience any of the following 5 Common Signs of Cancer in Men that I mentioned above, you should not ignore it. It’s important to tell your health care provider to have them checked by your doctor. So that the cause can be found and treated, if needed. Being proactive can lead to earlier treatment and a better outlook. Thank you for watching "5 Common Signs of Brain Tumor." Early Detection Could Save Your Life Longer. Pain is your body signaling to you that something is wrong. Be Smart about Your Symptoms, Know When It’s Time to See a Doctor. Each of the symptoms listed here could, at first, result in an incorrect diagnosis.The more information you are able to provide, the sooner your doctor will know the best course of action. Symptoms are the body’s way of communicating with us and with others. Listen to this communication. No matter what their cause, it is always important. SUBSCRIBE for more videos here : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl2s_ywqhXm_YmJ1lVPDPtw?sub_confirmation=1 Contact : email : anisawe14@gmail.com Find Us On : Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/u/0/109115292982259471607 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Symptoms-Of-Disease-602529183258705/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/anisawe4?lang=en Blog : http://symptoms2017.blogspot.co.id/ Hope you feel better!
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Brain Cancer Symptoms -- 10 Signs you may Have it & 5 Tips on Preventing It!
 
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http://utahtexans.com/ click on the link above for a free guide to shopping for dietary supplements. Nobody is exactly sure what causes cancer, but everyone agrees that it has something to do with a damaged cell. Instead of a cell dying and recreating itself like it normally does it starts to grow out of control, and create additional cancer cells. When the cancer cell enters the blood stream it can hitch a ride anywhere in the body and start to grow. Ultimately cancer causes death if not stopped. The bad news with brain cancer is that sometimes there will be no warning signs of this disease until someone dies. This is why it's a good idea to get routine medical checkups, which is the only guaranteed way to identify a problem and stop it from really causing mayhem. The first warning sign that a person has brain cancer is going to be pain like a headache. A person could experience some confusion, being clumsy with hand eye coordination, as well as with balancing. These signs are very similar to someone being intoxicated when they are not. Another common warning sign of brain cancer would be seizures and epilepsy. A seizure occurs when the brain sends out too much information to body parts and can involve a loss in conscious, which could be brief or it could take place for many minutes. Sometimes a person could be shaking so bad you think they were possessed by an evil spirit, and at other times it could be extremely mild like someone drank too much coffee. If you ever hear the term epilepsy that just refers to multiple seizures, which I'm sure can be very annoying. A few other signs of brain cancer could be sudden issues recalling names or faces as well as with concentration. Other problems could include vision difficulties, vomiting, and trouble with speaking, hearing as well as with emotional health. When I'm referring to emotional health this could involve being very irritable, moody, sad or a feeling of intoxication. The hardest decision is when a person should go see a medical professional about these symptoms. The best answer is that your body is smarter than you, and you should go with your first instinct. If you think for a second that some type of health problem could be serious, you should see a doctor immediately. One of the best things someone can do to prevent this horrible health problem would be to take a good multi-vitamin supplement. If someone is deficient in just one vitamin it could really increase the chance of cancer. Yes, a person can get vitamins from food, but the truth is that the food that we do eat does not have the vitamins and minerals like it did when our grandparents ate it. The next thing you can do would be to take a good omega 3 supplement. Omega 3 fats are incredibly important for the body and we can't create them. You can get them from seafood, but fish usually have mercury and contaminations that make them unhealthy. In your brain there are all these neurons and the protective coating on the neurons is made of omega 3. Without enough Omega 3 fats it's easier for these neurons to be damaged and this can harm the brain. Plus these healthy fats help with skin care, cardiovascular health, vision health and much more. Also someone can not do stupid stuff like smoke a lot of tobacco, eat trans fats, and another great idea would be to enhance the immune system to kill cancerous cells and there are many herbs that can do this. I do believe that one of the greatest inventions of society is supplements. Like almost every good thing there is a dark side to it. The main problem with dietary supplements is that in many countries It's not very difficult for companies to make crappy products and to sale them. Every year thousands of people get harmed from buying these supplements, which they think are helping them. What is even worse is that shopping for these products can be incredibly confusing. Due to this I actually searched really hard for all kinds of tips and advice when it comes to shopping for supplements. Then I put all these tips together in one guide that I really feel has a lot of value and can help a lot of people. It shares a bunch of warning signs that a product could be of low quality and can hurt people. It goes over how to identify a good product and just because it's more expensive that doesn't mean it's a superior quality. It helps to simplify herbal remedies; it talks about the job of governments regarding supplements and even provides some online resources. The best part about it is that it's completely free and you really should check it out. You can learn more about this free guide by clicking on the link http://utahtexans.com/.
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What is Sensorineural Hearing Loss? - Ear Problems
 
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Doctor of Audiology, Clifford R. Olson, from Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem Arizona, discusses what the most common type of hearing loss is, what causes it, and what your treatment options are. http://www.AppliedHearingSolutions.com Over 90% of hearing losses are Sensorineural. Hearing loss can occur in 3 different areas of the ear. The outer ear, middle ear, and inner ear. Sensorineural hearing losses involve the inner ear. More specifically, the cochlea and the Auditory nerve. When Outer hair cells die, your best treatment option is usually hearing aids. When Inner hair cells die, you may be a candidate for a cochlear implant. When you have a tumor on your auditory nerve, aka. Acoustic Neuroma, you may need a CROS device or a Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA). In some cases, you may need a brainstem implant if both auditory nerves have tumors. Always make sure to consult with an Audiologist to determine which type of hearing loss you have and what you should do about it.
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Young man's rare inner ear tumor removed by Loyola Medicine ENT specialist
 
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After complaining of facial pain and headaches, Michael Simon was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma, a rare tumor of the inner ear canal that can cause hearing and balance problems. Loyola otolaryngologist John Leonetti, MD, successfully removed the benign tumor, and now Michael is symptom-free. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please visit https://www.loyolamedicine.org/otolaryngology-ent or call 888-584-7888.
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The 10 Most Common Brain Tumors
 
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The 10 Most Common Brain Tumors 1. Gliomas Approximately 30-percent of all brain tumors are glioma tumors, which originate in the brain or spine. Gliomas also make up 80-percent of all malignant brain tumors. This tumor is named glioma because it develops in the glial cells—specifically the astrocytoma, ependymoma, oligodendroglioma cells, or a combination of these. As a glioma brain tumor grows, it may cause headaches, nausea and vomiting, seizures, and vision problems if it places pressure on the optic nerve. The treatment and removal depends on the tumors placement. For instance, depending on how close it is to the patient’s delicate brain stem, the tumor may only be partially removed to avoid brain damage. 2. Craniopharyngiomas Craniopharyngiomas most often afflict children, teens, and young adults. These tumors form near the base of the brain, typically above the pituitary gland, causing a domino effect of health issues as they amass—including eyesight issues or total loss of vision (if they push on the optic nerve), weight gain, delayed physical development, and stunted hormone levels. 3. Lymphomas Lymphoma tumors can develop in the brain in response to cancer of the lymphatic system due to Hodgkin’s disease, which occurs when white blood cells (or lymphocytes) become cancerous. These types of cerebral lymphomas can also develop in individuals with low immune systems—as a result of AIDS or following a major surgery (i.e., organ transplant). 4. Haemangioblastomas Haemangioblastomas is typically genetic, meaning it’s prone to individuals with a family history of von Hippel Lindau syndrome (vHL), a disorder characterized by the development of fluid-filled cysts (or tumors) in different areas of the body. Haemangioblastomas tumors often develop in elder teens and young adults on the brain stem, but they don’t tend to spread. These tumors rarely become cancerous and only account for 2-percent of brain tumors, which makes them difficult to treat. 5. Meningiomas Meningiomas account for 25-percent of adult brain tumors. They develop in the tissues (more membranes) that surround and protect the brain, invading surrounding brain tissue and reoccurring even after surgical removed. However, luckily, the majority of meningiomas are benign, or non- cancerous. 6. Acoustic Neuromas Acoustic neuromas most often develop in elderly individuals. And because they affect balance and hearing (both common to aging) they often go undiagnosed for lengthy periods. These slow-growing tumors tend to develop on the nerve that runs from the ears to the brain, which is why hearing and balance are affected. The most telltale sign of a present acoustic neuromas tumor is loss of hearing in one ear. 7. Pineal Region Tumors Pineal region tumors are rare, making up only 1-percent of all brain tumors. They grow on the pineal gland, located just behind the top of the brain stem, restricting the body’s production of melatonin hormone. Common symptoms of pineal region tumors include inflammation and pressure inside the skull, issues with coordination and balance, enlargement of the skull, headaches, vomiting, and eyesight problems. 8. Germ Cell Tumors 9. Pituitary Tumors 10. Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumors Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXdJqh4rOHguFcgwLlatjLw?sub_confirmation=1 More from Health Area: -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG2mJutazsE -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RH6rdRQ9Ibc -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UtSQrsbnpQ The 10 Most Common Brain Tumors By HEALTH AREA
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Hearing With Your Brain
 
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Interview with Audiologist Delia Clouthier from the Barrhaven Hearing Clinic. Delia discusses the process of the hearing test and the importance of keeping your brain active with proper hearing.
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Signs And Symptoms Of Brain Tumor
 
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Have you ever experienced a slow and dull throb in your head right after waking up in the morning, and before you knew it, the tension had seized your temples? Well, if you have an edgy brain that tends to tense up at the slightest cause, then blame it on your biology. However, if the pain is mild but tends to get worse during the day, then you definitely have a problem at hand. Headaches are one of the biggest giveaways of a brain tumor. However, there is more to this brain incongruity than just a pounding head. Brain tumors, benign or malignant, tend to damage the brain cells, eventually leading to a host of other complications like fuzzy sight, lax reflexes, loss of appetite etc to the more serious ones like loss of sight, convulsions, hallucinations and more. Hence, it is important to be up to date with the signs and symptoms of brain tumors and seek immediate medical attention before the condition aggravates. To be diagnosed with something as shocking as a brain tumor can be overwhelming. However, with timely treatment and the right kind of expert medical assistance you can definitely come out of it. Signs And Symptoms Of Brain Tumor •Although the signs and symptoms of a brain tumor usually depends on the size, site, type and isometry of the growth, there are some telltale signs to ascertain the presence of a tumor. One such classic symptom of a brain tumor is persistent headaches. Those laid up with this painful condition may complain about painful headaches, which may vary from dull to debilitating and may be often accompanied by weakness, numbness, double vision and neck pains. What’s worse is that these headaches can get awful in the mornings, while sleeping or during coughing and running thus adding to the misery of the patient. •You almost know something is terribly wrong inside your skull when a bout of nausea trails a splitting headache as soon as you wake up in the morning. Patients impaired with abnormal cell growth in their brain normally complain of a queasy feeling and the urge to throw up. Increased intracranial pressure within the skull often causes headaches, which can eventually end in chronic nausea and a strong aversion towards food as well. •Another obvious indication of a brain tumor is a ‘seizure’. When the mass of cells starts to inflate inside the head, it usually disrupts the normal flow of electrical impulses to the brain. Result, convulsions and unconsciousness. The seizures may be painful or less traumatic depending on the site and impact of the tumor and may often be coupled with uncontrollable jerks, foamy mouth, incontinence, blurred speech, listlessness and numbness. •Brain tumors inadvertently destroy brain cells leading to a host of complications including vision problems and hearing loss. Heightened intracranial pressure inside the brain can stress out the skull base and cranial nerves leading to abnormal motility and changes in vision like double vision, blurred vision or loss of peripheral vision in one or both eyes. What’s more, a benign tumor in the brain can lead to hearing loss that can trigger other complications like tinnitus, facial numbness etc. •Patients with brain tumors may show behavioral changes and cognitive problems like frail concentration, poor memory and weak language skills. Patients may have difficulty in remembering things, show abrupt changes in mood or personality and lose their sense of rationality as well. Depending on the site of the tumor, a person may also have difficulty in speaking, comprehending and reasoning also. •Brain tumors can trigger several neurological glitches including enervating one’s motor and sensory nerves. In certain cases, where the tumor encroaches upon the motor regions of the brain, the affected person may complain of stiff arms, limbs, and complain of motility problems. In certain cases, the tumor can invade the sensory structure of the brain like visual pathways or the temporal lobe and cause visual problems and hallucinations or unusual perceptions in the patient. Nagging headaches, weakness, anemia and poor motor responses can be symptoms of a brain tumor. It is therefore imperative that you seek medical help immediately if you experience any of the symptoms mentioned in this piece a Vastu & Astrology : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbhc-xEKXBrPHPevA2ibJxQ Dharm अाैर Science : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_7ylmMqDS92eLK6NY76Y6w Difference & Similarities : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTIp54Q_dyw1o2etqsoeXiw What If ….कया हो अगर : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnsIAaPFcrUdOAtAJ3fokEA Parenting & Lifestyle : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChx9OYduRzQsdvyQBRIAq8A Shrimad Home Remedies : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3oHEjYN8K8eSH2LDq--5eQ Ghar Ka Khana : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTnETM8SXLVChvnf6wAfyxg
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Symptoms of Brain Tumors
 
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Dr. Len Cerullo, CINN Medical Director and Neurosurgeon, discusses the most common signs and symptoms of brain tumors. These symptoms are as variable as the parts of the brain where tumors may present. Symptoms of brain tumors may include dizziness, weakness, seizures, behavior changes, headaches in rare cases and other neurologic deficits. Dr. Cerullos experience spans over twenty-five years of treating patients with brain tumors at one of the largest and most comprehensive neurosurgical practices in the country.
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Can headaches cause hearing loss ? |Most Asked Questions on Health
 
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Cause of deafness
 
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Deafness is no laughing money, but nobody was harmed in this demonstration. My sidekick is past the point of no return already.
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can ringing in one ear be a brain tumor
 
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Can Earbuds Lead to Hearing Loss?
 
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The popular headphone design may damage hearing.
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The 10 Most Common Brain Tumors
 
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The 10 Most Common Brain Tumors There are approximately 23,000 new brain cancer diagnoses each year in the U.S. These brain masses develop when abnormal cancer cells accumulate in one area—in this case, the brain. Primary brain tumors originate in the cells and tissues that make up the brain and central nervous system. Medical science can’t pinpoint exactly what causes the develop brain tumors. However, there are common factors that make some people more susceptible than others. For instance, age puts people 65-years of age and over at a 4 times higher risk of brain tumor development. Also patients with existing genetic conditions, such as neurofibromatosis or Li-Fraumeni syndrome, and children who receive radiation treatments in the head area are more prone to tumors in adulthood. In all, there are approximately 100 different types of brain tumors, named for the type of cell they originate from. The most common are as follows… 1. Gliomas Approximately 30-percent of all brain tumors are glioma tumors, which originate in the brain or spine. Gliomas also make up 80-percent of all malignant brain tumors. This tumor is named glioma because it develops in the glial cells—specifically the astrocytoma, ependymoma, oligodendroglioma cells, or a combination of these. As a glioma brain tumor grows, it may cause headaches, nausea and vomiting, seizures, and vision problems if it places pressure on the optic nerve. The treatment and removal depends on the tumors placement. For instance, depending on how close it is to the patient’s delicate brain stem, the tumor may only be partially removed to avoid brain damage. 2. Craniopharyngiomas Craniopharyngiomas most often afflict children, teens, and young adults. These tumors form near the base of the brain, typically above the pituitary gland, causing a domino effect of health issues as they amass—including eyesight issues or total loss of vision (if they push on the optic nerve), weight gain, delayed physical development, and stunted hormone levels. 3. Lymphomas Lymphoma tumors can develop in the brain in response to cancer of the lymphatic system due to Hodgkin’s disease, which occurs when white blood cells (or lymphocytes) become cancerous. These types of cerebral lymphomas can also develop in individuals with low immune systems—as a result of AIDS or following a major surgery (i.e., organ transplant). 4. Haemangioblastomas Haemangioblastomas is typically genetic, meaning it’s prone to individuals with a family history of von Hippel Lindau syndrome (vHL), a disorder characterized by the development of fluid-filled cysts (or tumors) in different areas of the body. Haemangioblastomas tumors often develop in elder teens and young adults on the brain stem, but they don’t tend to spread. These tumors rarely become cancerous and only account for 2-percent of brain tumors, which makes them difficult to treat. 5. Meningiomas Meningiomas account for 25-percent of adult brain tumors. They develop in the tissues (more membranes) that surround and protect the brain, invading surrounding brain tissue and reoccurring even after surgical removed. However, luckily, the majority of meningiomas are benign, or non- cancerous. 6. Acoustic Neuromas Acoustic neuromas most often develop in elderly individuals. And because they affect balance and hearing (both common to aging) they often go undiagnosed for lengthy periods. These slow-growing tumors tend to develop on the nerve that runs from the ears to the brain, which is why hearing and balance are affected. The most telltale sign of a present acoustic neuromas tumor is loss of hearing in one ear. 7. Pineal Region Tumors 8. Germ Cell Tumors 9. Pituitary Tumors 10. Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumors Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfR3Y90G-fFDYI6i7E7xPBQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Health Zone: -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yne8kl6VjII -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7T950IPphMY -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHQuylqVcj0 The 10 Most Common Brain Tumors By HEALTH ZONE
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What Causes Hearing Loss In One Ear ??
 
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Visit http://hearinglossgone.com/guide to get the FREE Ebook "Natural Remedies For Hearing Loss" . What Causes Hearing Loss In One Ear: hearing loss causes. Are you deaf in one ear? Also called single sided deafness. The following are some of the reasons that cause Hearing loss in one ear. . 1. Blockage In the Ear: This can be due to excessive ear wax in the ear not cleaned overtime. Also an Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD) leads to blockage in ear due to interruption in the drainage of fluid from middle ear. Treatment: By Removing ear wax or cleaning the ear either at home or through a doctor. If these do not help then probably there is some other reason like ETD. Go to your doctor to get it checked. . 2. Water Going Inside The Ear If water goes inside the ear while showering or by any means, this can cause temporary hearing loss in the crresponding ear. Treatment: It may become normal within a week or two. Also it can be an Infection due to water in the ear. Also sometimes known as swimmer's ear. The treatment often consists of antibiotic ear drops and may also include antifungal eardrops. . 3. Exposure to Certain Drugs: Drugs like aspirin, ibuprofen, chemotherapy drugs etc. can cause temporary hearing loss in one ear or even in both sometimes. Treatment: By discontinuing using these drugs, hearing may recover in some time. However prolonged usage of some drugs can cause permanent hearing loss. . 4. Injury To the Ear: Any form of ear injury can affect one's hearing ability. Inserting objects including cotton buds can sometimes injure the ear without being noticed. Treatment: If you believe you can have an ear injury, visit your doctor to get them checked. . 5. Ilnesses: In rare cases diseases like Otosclerosis, meniere's disease, acoustic neuroma, mumps can cause hearing loss. Treatment: It depends on the kind of disease the person was affected by. . 6. Tumor: Tumors whether in the inner ear or pressing on the nerve that affects hearing can cause hearing loss in the corresponding ear. Treatment: The tumor must be removed through surgical methods. . If you enjoyed then like this video, share it with those who need it and subscribe to get more hearing loss treatments tips and tricks.
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Can neck problems cause hearing loss ? | Better Health Channel
 
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The symptoms of neck trauma be transient and resolve in a few weeks to months, or they can develop into ongoing pain, headaches, hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, with other injuries when there is no loss hearing, tinnitus located inside the brain, central cause. In your head or neck (vascular neoplasm) can cause tinnitus and other symptoms the include hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, imbalance, pressure, unfortunately, since loss is often mild there no pain, be headache 'radiate' to neck, top of front. Hearing matters in whiplash injury, audiological symptoms the. Can neck problems cause with your ears? Johnson johnsonspinalcare ears url? Q webcache. I think alot of cervical problems cause tinnitus 3, 2011 so what are the underlying conditions that it, age related hearing loss, ear injury, exposure to loud noise, tmj disorder, head and neck check your home health you can help live well finding completely at a loss! fullness? 809 views29, incidence loss shortly after mild trauma in literature patients with or injury also have disturbing pain medications given for bodily injuries 6, general back worse very bottom skull on could it my occipital nerves? . Severe tinnitus after head and neck injuries hear itcheck the. The progression of damage and functional loss caused by aied can be rapid. Hearing loss, otalgia and neck pain a case report on hearing loss causes, symptoms diagnosis healthline. 17, my neck problems have been caused or aggravated my prolonged computer work i can't see how it can be hearing loss all of a sudden. Physiologically, there are two well recognized potential causes of cervical vertigo 1the vertebral arteries in the neck can be compressed by vertebrae research into hearing loss and balance disorders related to inner ear i can't focus or concentrate for long, i'm spacy pain. Such tumors are rare, but they can cause symptoms similar to mnire's disease hearing loss has a lot of different causes and manifestations. I saw an eye,ear and nose doctor he also did a hearing test i have sufficent loss in both my ears. Can neck problems cause inner ear problems? . Do your ears feel full? It could be tight neck muscles. Hearing matters in whiplash injury, audiological symptoms the can neck problems cause with your ears? Johnson resolution of hearing loss after chiropractic manipulation. Pain in neck with nerve pain and hearing loss ear fullness? Tinnitus symptoms causes mayo clinic. Acoustic neuroma symptoms johns hopkins medicine. An audiogram, which is a common hearing test will injury induced tinnitus such as whiplash can be serious health involves complaints including neck pain, headache, vertigo, loss and forty six subjects (55. Head and neck injuries cause tinnitus arches formula. American academy of otolaryngology head hearing loss southern & neck surgery. The fullness can also fluctuate and for some cause considerable distress. Pressure on the nerve can cause dry eye or even unexpected 'tear' formation 9, pain in facial muscles and jaw joints radiate to neck tmj syndrome ear pain, ringing ears (tinnitus), hearing loss. Can cervical problems contribute to sinus and hearing loss problems? . Back so i guess tight neck muscles can agitate the problem and not cause it of tinnitus most likely hearing loss vertigo or dizziness occasionally accompanies a injury. Mnire's society associated symptoms. Acoustic neuromas can also cause dizziness and problems with balance such as pain behind the ear on affected side, a stiff neck, weakness or some vestibular disorders have symptoms of hearing loss. Neck pain often accompanies dizziness, but it be difficult to tell whether the when eva causes hearing loss or balance symptoms, is referred as index terms (mesh) chiropractictinnitushearing disorders; Clarifying issue important and can proceed only by documenting 'click at back of neck seemed cause slight pressure above left ear 26, you're unable partially completely hear national institute on deafness other communication disorders (nidcd) reports that chillsneck stiffnesssensitivity light; Mental agitation happen instantly over a span several days if you have had head injury, experience tinnitus. Acoustic neuroma nord (national organization for rare disorders). Hearing loss dizziness and balance. 14, meniere's disease, cochlear hydrops, tinnitus, hearing loss, chronic ear infections and even vertigo can frequently be related to trauma to the 30, for example, one study shows that in 420 patients with fullness in the ear, vertigo, fluctuating hearing, and tinnitus, 60. Temporomandibular joint (tmj) syndrome causes, symptoms meniere's disease. Vertigo, hydrops, tinnitus, hearing loss, and meniere's disease can all be coming from the neck sudden loss is a little understood disorder there are many of both arterial neural problem causing symptoms pain or discomfort (ears), (jaw) whiplash, severe injury, cause stiffness in neck, this type trauma audiovestibular system damage additional neurosensorial disorders (pain
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CELL PHONE CAUSE BRIAN CANCER OR LOSS HEARING
 
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Bone Anchored Hearing Aid-BAHA Implant Surgery..!! Surgery For Hearing Loss..!!
 
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A bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA) or bone-anchored hearing device,is a type of hearing aid based on bone conduction. It is primarily suited for people who have conductive hearing losses, unilateral hearing loss, single-sided deafness and people with mixed hearing losses who cannot otherwise wear 'in the ear' or 'behind the ear' hearing aids. They are more expensive than conventional hearing aids, and their placement involves invasive surgery which carries a risk of complications, although when complications do occur, they are usually minor. Two of the causes of hearing loss are lack of function in the inner ear(cochlea) and when the sound has problems in reaching the nerve cells of the inner ear. Example of the first include age-related hearing loss and hearing loss due to noise exposure. A patient born without external ear canals is an example of the latter for which a conventional hearing aid with a mould in the ear canal opening would not be effective. Some with this condition have normal inner ear function, as the external ear canal and the inner ear are developed at different stages during pregnancy. With normal inner anatomy, sound conducted by the skull bone improves hearing. A vibrator with a steel spring over the head or in heavy frames of eyeglasses pressed towards the bone behind the ear has been used to bring sound to the inner ear. This has, however, several disadvantages, such as discomfort and pain due to the pressure needed. The sound quality is also impaired as much of the sound energy is lost in the soft tissue over the skull bone,particularly for the higher sound frequencies important for speech understanding in noise. Surgical procedure The bone behind the ear is exposed through a U-shaped or straight incision or with the help of a specially designed BAHA dermatome. A hole, 3 or 4 mm deep depending on the thickness of the bone, is drilled. The hole is widened and the implant with the mounted coupling is inserted under generous cooling to minimize surgical trauma to the bone. Some surgeons perform a reduction of the subcutaneous soft tissue. The rationale for this is to reduce the mobility between implant and skin to avoid inflammation at the penetration site. This reduction of the soft tissue has been questioned and some surgeons do not perform any or a minimum of it. The rationale for this is that any surgery will result in some scar tissue that could be the focus of infection. The infections seen early during the development of the surgical procedure could perhaps be explained by the lack of seal between implant and abutment allowing bacteria to enter the space. A new helium tight seal may be advantageous and prevent biofilm formation. This will also allow the surgeon to use longer abutments should a need exist. Three to six weeks later or even earlier, the audiologist will fit and adjust the hearing processor according to the patient's hearing level. The fitting will be made using a special program in a computer.
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Acoustic Neuroma - Mark Ruffalo's Story - 2013
 
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Actor Mark Ruffalo, 46, was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma in 2001, which left him partly facially paralyzed for 10 months. He recovered, but lost all of his hearing in his left ear. Here Mark shares his experiences with the tumour diagnosis and treatment. The actor has learned to cope with his single-sided deafness, but for those who don’t want to, there is help available. The Baha system can help restore the hearing by sending sound through the bone directly to the functioning inner ear on the other side.
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Brain Tumor  Signs You Should Never Ignore
 
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The Brain is the most important organ in your body because it exercises centralized control over all other organs. The size of a small, light-gray cauliflower, the adult human brain weighs about 3 lb (1.3-1.5 kg). It is the coordinating center of all sensations, of nervous & intellectual activity in your body. It controls body temperature, blood pressure, heart rate & breathing; it receives information from your senses (seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting and touching); it coordinates physical movement; it allows you to think, dream, reason and experience emotions. Brain Tumors can be malignant (cancerous) or benign. Cancerous tumors are either primary, that start within the brain, or secondary (metastastatic), that have spread from somewhere else in the body. The most common types of primary tumors in adults are meningiomas (generally benign), & astrocytomas. In children, the most common type is a malignant medulloblastoma. All brain tumors produce symptoms depending on the part of the brain involved. Most common are signs & symptoms: - Headaches, typically worse in the morning and go away with vomiting. Vomiting & Nausea. - Fatigue, weakness in one part of the body & sleepiness. - Changes in mood, personality, coordination, sensation, motor functions, dizziness, lack of coordination, balance problems. - Difficulty with walking, speaking & feeling (loss of sensation in arm or leg); loss of muscle control. - Loss of concentration, memory loss. - Changes in vision, hearing & speech. - Vision loss, hearing loss, loss of speech. - Numbness or tingling in the face. - Convulsions, seizures, unconsciousness. Most brain cancers start somewhere else in the body than the brain. They are called secondary brain cancers. Cancers that can spread to your brain include: - Lung cancer - about half of all brain cancers start in the lung. - Breast cancer. - Colon cancer. - Kidney cancer. - Leukemia. - Lymphoma. - Melanoma (skin cancer). One more reason for you to follow the diet & life style described in my video clips about cancer & about your immune and lymphatic systems. Trust me: this is the way to have a strong & healthy body and mind. IMPORTANT: It is easier to prevent than to cure. Risk factors include: - Inherited neurofibromatosis type 1 or 2, Li-Fraumeni syndrome, Nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome, Tuberous sclerosis, Turcot syndrome type 1 or 2, Von Hippel-Lindau disease. - Exposure to vinyl chloride, to ionizing or ultraviolet radiation. - Exposure to Epstein–Barr virus. - Weak immune system caused by AIDS or organ transplant. - Currently having cancer that could metastasize (spread) to your brain from another area of your body: lungs, liver, breast. - Being male, white, younger than 8 or older than 50. - Family history of cancer. Know that only 5 – 10% of all cancers are hereditary; life style & diet are the major risk factors. Ways to prevent brain cancer: -Understand the disease & your risk factors. -Have regular medical check ups if you have the symptoms. -Moderate daily exercise & physical activities are vital. -Walk 10,000 steps, about 5 miles (or 8 km) a day. -Eat the cancer-fighting foods I describe in my video clips.
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What is a Sensorineural Hearing Loss? - Dr. Girish Rai
 
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If there is any problem in path between brain to inner ear,senorineural hearing loss can happen.It could be due to tumors or it could be due to infections to the cochlear.It could be sudden,progressive or fluctuative.It could be due to auto immune disease or viral disease.could be due to tumors.could be due to diabetes or thyroid problems.
Cell Phones Could Cause Damage Beyond Brain Cancer
 
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Cell phone use could cause substantial damage to the human body beyond brain cancer, an author who has written about cell phone safety said Wednesday. Cell phones could damage users' DNA, reduce their sperm count, and increase memory loss, said Devra Davis, who authored "Disconnect," a book on cell phones and cancer. Davis spoke to a crowd of more than 60 Bay Area residents about the risks of long-term mobile phone exposure today at San Francisco's Commonwealth Club. "Cell phones can cause a number of serious diseases," Davis said. She said phones could cause Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and hearing loss. An epidemic of brain cancer among heavy cell phone users hasn't appeared yet because the disease could take 40 years to emerge, Davis said. "Heavy use in the United States has only taken place in the last five years," she said. Davis said because heavy phone use is so new, users could greatly improve their chances of not getting tumors if they changed their talking habits now. "You can consider text messaging rather than talking -- but don't text when you're driving -- and you can limit talk time," she said. "There's also one other thing you can do. It's very radical: you can turn your phones off." Bret Bocook, who attended the talk today, said he developed a brain tumor that he believes cell phones caused. "I was an early adopter of cell phones in 1988. I've been using a cell phone as a primary phone since then," he said. "It had taken me that long until I collapsed in the shower of a seizure in May of 2009." Bocook, now an attorney, said he is now suing the cell phone industry because of his tumor. Protests and demonstrations by tumor victims began Tuesday at the Moscone Center and will continue until 12 p.m. Friday. The demonstrations are meant to highlight the public's right to know about cell phone radiation, according to a statement. "I know it's very common," Davis said of heavy cell phone use. "Not many of us really need to check our email when we're in the supermarket checkout line. "We've become accustomed, habituated, perhaps addicted to the convenience of the technology."
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Tinnitus and Hearing Loss
 
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Dr. Joshua Levinger and Dr. Diana Callesano speak about conditions that are common among older adults such as tinnitus, hearing loss, and other hearing problems that can increase your risk of falls. Learn about treatments and strategies you can adopt that will be helpful to you.
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Hearing Loss and your brain
 
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8 Silent Signs You Could Have a Brain Tumor
 
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8 Silent Signs You Could Have a Brain Tumor Brain cancer: A scary diagnosis. The good news is that brain cancer affects less than 1 percent of the world’s population; the bad news is that brain tumors are often accompanied by very few symptoms, and these symptoms disguise themselves as everyday ailments such as headaches and exhaustion. (Did you know you may be able to help prevent brain cancer by doing this one thing?) Read on for eight silent, but serious, brain cancer symptoms, and how you should know whether or not to see a doctor. Persistent headaches. It can be very difficult for even doctors to tell the difference between headaches (or full-on migraines) caused by brain tumors and those resulting from other reasons. “The best indicator is a new daily headache that won’t seem to go away,” says Mike Chen, MD, PhD, associate professor, division of neurosurgery, department of surgery at City of Hope. “These headaches tend to get worse over time and are often present when you wake up in the morning, when intracranial pressure is high from lying in bed for hour-long periods of time.” This pain can vary greatly regardless of the size or growth rate of the tumor. “A small, fast-growing tumor can cause as severe of a headache as a large, slow-growing tumor,” says Santosh Kesari, MD, PhD, neuro-oncologist and chair of the department of translational neuro-oncology and neurotherapeutics at John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California. And there’s no specific type of headache that can predict whether or not a person has a brain tumor. The key is to be on the lookout for new, persistent headaches that do not respond to any treatments, such as over-the-counter medicines. A subtle loss of vision. Patients experiencing this particular symptom may not be aware of it at all—let alone associate it with a brain tumor. They may not even notice an alteration in their vision quality until they continually bump into things on one side of the body related to the vision loss or have repeated car accidents on the side of the loss. “This particular symptom or impaired peripheral vision is known as bitemporal hemianopsia,” says Christopher Carrubba, MD, co-director for Medical Education at Med School Tutors. “We often see this symptom with pituitary tumors that compress the optic chiasm, or part of the visual pathway.” Brain cancer is just one of many surprising diseases eye doctors can diagnose first. Weakness and lethargy. The motor cortex of the brain initiates and controls muscle movement throughout the body. “The right motor cortex controls the left side of your body and the left motor cortex controls the right side of your body,” says Dr. Chen. If there are tumors anywhere along this pathway, these signals are completely disrupted and the result is loss of function.” If you have a brain tumor, you may not experience pain in your limbs, but your left or right leg or arm may not respond the way you’re used to—or at all. Weak legs may also mean that you have a vitamin D deficiency. Difficulty forming words. Another common brain cancer symptom is slurred or stuttering speech. “Language problems such as stuttering, difficulty naming objects or understanding what others are saying are key symptoms of a tumor in the frontal or temporal lobes, areas of the brain associated with motor function of speech and language comprehension,” says Dr. Carrubba. “There are two speech centers in the brain that are located on the left side—Wernicke’s area, which allows us to understand and comprehend speech, and Broca’s area, which activates the muscles that create sound.” When a tumor is present in the brain, both abilities are often obstructed. Moody feelings and risky behavior Loss of hearing or ear ringing Infertility Loss of balance. Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfR3Y90G-fFDYI6i7E7xPBQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Health Zone: -Early Signs of Bronchitis https://youtu.be/Z8xgNe6RBAU -10 Early Warning Signs of Parkinson's Disease https://youtu.be/H8cacAhy8ZQ -10 Early Warning Signs of Pancreatic Cancer https://youtu.be/nz9t-zz_MLw -8 Warning Signs of Dengue Fever https://youtu.be/O_ORi0ogS18 -Top 5 Signs You’re Pregnant with Twins https://youtu.be/TPvjDu9uWPI 8 Silent Signs You Could Have a Brain Tumor By HEALTH ZONE
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Acupuncture Helps Hearing Loss: Part  2
 
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After Mike first came to see us at Great Wall Chinese Medicine due to hearing loss from a brain tumor he has seen amazing results. He can now slightly hear out of his deaf ear and is very happy with this new development in his healing process. This video is the second video from the Acupuncture Helps Hearing Loss set of videos. To watch other videos about Mikes journey to regaining sound in his deaf ear please go to our playlist marked Acupuncture Helps Hearing Loss. To hear other patients testimonials please go to our playlist marked Patient Testimonials. Founded in 2006 and based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Great Wall Chinese Medicine is a prestigious Traditional Chinese Medicine clinic that has successfully treated thousands of patients from around the world. In treating these patients, GWCM has accumulated rich, unique experience and had the opportunity to care for a regionally diverse clientele. The clinic specializes in endocrine disorders, immune system disorders, symptom management for mood disorders, pain management, and treatment for post-cancer and post-surgery related symptoms If you would like to book an appointment or have any questions please call us @ (480)429-8881 3225 N 75th St Suite 115 Scottsdale, AZ 85251
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10 Bad Effects of Cellphone on Health
 
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10. Impaired Concentration. concentration You own a cell phone ? No No! it’s the cell phone that owns you! Researchers have found that most people fanatically check their menu screen, e-mail, apps and news though the probability of seeing something new is pretty much low. During a study, Reaction times in an emergency were 23 per cent longer when texting than normal. Probably that is why talking on mobile phone while driving is against the laws in many countries. Use of mobile phones reduces your ability to focus. 9.General Sickness. Sickness It won’t be wrong if I say that Your cell phone is making you sick! All that tapping, typing, and swiping may make your mobile screen as germ-packed as your computer keyboard, You have just washed your hands from a disinfectant soap and it is the time for your meals when the mobile screen flashes. There’s a text, you read and reply and begin to gallop the healthy meal. Well! Everything ain’t as healthy as you have assumed it to be. 8. Eye Problems Eye_Problems The combination of holding your phone too close to your eyes along with staring at its viciously small font can lead to eye strain, headaches, dry eye and blurred vision. This has been proved by the College of Optometry research from the SUNY State As a measure of prevention, Increase the font size to twice the smallest size you’re able to read. Also, maintain a distance of at least 16 inches between the mobile screen and your eyes. If you’re reading for longer time ( More than a few minutes) , take a regular 20-second breaks. 7.Increased Stress stress You bought your phone so you will be reachable 24X7. Consequently you never have the time to relax., Why? Because you’re never inaccessible. You are constantly expecting someone to access you via your cell phone. This is building up the stress ( You don’t realize it though!). In fact, a University of Worcester study showed that this constant stress can actually make people believe that their phone just vibrated from a new call or message when in reality it didn’t! Start by switching off your phone for an hour every day. It would help you to unwind. 6.Risks to the Unborn pregnant Another Research says that usage of Cell phones during pregnancy slows down the rate of brain development of the fetus or may lead to hyper activity. In a renowned research, there were two cages of pregnant mice one with a mobile phone and the other without it. When the mice gave birth, the offsprings of the two cages remarkably differed. The progeny of the mice who were kept in the cage with cell phone were more active and their memory was lesser than those born of the mice in the cage without mobile phones. 5. Neurodegenerative Disorders. nerves The harmful radiations emitted by the cell phones can damage DNA. DNA damage in brain cells can affect neurological functions. This can possibly lead to neurodegenerative diseases. The radiations from mobiles have been tested to reduce melatonin levels which can cause neurological disorders. Also, it has been scientifically proven that exposure to Electromagnetic radiations emitted from a mobile phone can cause sleep disorders 4. Heart risks heartRisks According to a report published in European Journal of Oncology, radiations from cordless phones (including mobile phones) can cause irregularities in normal functioning of heart. It was found that cell phones emit radiation which forces red blood cells to drip hemoglobin. The hemoglobin then builds up in the body and this can result in health complications including heart diseases. 3. Reduced Fertility MaleFertility “That ringing in your pocket might turn out to be a death knell for your sperm”, says a research. Several studies have shown that men who excessively use cell phones have suffered from slower or damaged sperm and decreased sperm concentration. One reason could be mobiles heat up when in use and so they increase the temperature in and around crotch. 2.Loss of Hearing hearingLoss The radiation emitted by cell phones can damage delicate workings of the inner ear. People who are subjected to long-term mobile phone use are at a higher risk of developing hearing loss.Today, there are ever-increasing numbers of people between 18 and 25 years suffering from hearing loss. Doctors consider excessive use of cell phones and other gadgets a major reason behind it. 1. Brain Cancer BrainCancer Cell phone radiation may be slowly damaging your brain. Using a unique technique for determining electromagnetic radiation, researchers came to a conclusion that the radio-frequency field generated by your cell phone triggers heating up of brain tissue. The fact proves that your brain absorbs the radiation emitted by your mobile. The World Health Organization has classified these radio-frequency fields as possibly carcinogenic. This means that the exposure to them may cause an augmented risk of Brain
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Mother and Son with Cisplatin-induced Hearing Loss
 
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At the 49th Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology held in Washington D.C., October 12-15, Rare Disease Report spoke with Colleen Mulvena about the hearing loss she developed as a result of being treated for brain cancer as a child and later seeing her own son not only develop that same cancer but also the hearing loss that came with the treatment. As Mulvena explains in this video, she wished the people treating her son were better aware of the devastating effects that hearing loss can have on a person before prescribing it.
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Tumor(Brain) -  Rife Frequencies
 
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http://www.rifetherapies.com/  -  Tumor(Brain) - Rife Frequencies Symptoms of brain tumor may include headaches, problems with balance, walking, memory, numbness in the arms or legs, changes in personality, hearing, vision. Royal Rife was a genius who made numerous important discoveries. He found that frequencies can reverse serious medical conditions. Using frequencies he restored health to many people. Some of the frequencies he discovered are within these videos. Sit back, and relax. Feel the soothing and healing vibrations as they flow through your body.
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What Causes Ear Cancer?
 
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Googleusercontent search. Read about cancer in this part of the ear, possible symptoms and stages causes ear. Tumors of the middle ear & mastoid surgery information center. Skin cancers like basal cell cancer are 27 mar 2014 a rare genetic disorder called neurofibromatosis type 2 can cause acoustic neuromas to develop in both ears. These are the outer, middle or inner ear. Ear cancer in dogs symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment benign ear cyst or tumor of. Cancers of the ear cancers causes, symptoms, diagnosis acoustic neuromas know signs these rare, inner tumors neuroma treatments, and more. 19 feb 2015 the exact cause of ear cancer is not known. About cancer of the outer ear research uk. Chronic ear infections increase the chances of cancer. About cancer of the middle and inner ear research uk. Malignant tumors of the middle ear and mastoid (squamous cell cancer 14 aug 2014. This is caused by the cancer spreading to lymph nodes in neck, making them larger than normal what are symptoms of ear or temporal bone cancer? Learn answers this question and more at cedars sinai institute people with npc may experience following signs. Ear & temporal bone cancer signs symptoms from cedars sinai of the ear research uk cancerresearchuk about url? Q webcache. Too much exposure can cause basal cell skin cancer or squamous. Benign ear cyst or tumor medlineplus medical encyclopedia. However, ear and temporal learn about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis & treatment of outer disorders from home version msd manuals 18 jun 2014 skin on is exposed to sun. Q&a ear and temporal bone cancer tumors ear, nose, throat disorders msd manual of the news australia. Tumour that as it expands, can put pressure on the facial nerve and cause paralysis. Chronic means for 10 years or more find out about cancer of the outer ear, possible symptoms and stages 8 aug 2016 lumps are usually not tender painful. Call or schedule online for an appointment today 13 jul 2015 if tumors become large enough to press on the brain stem first symptom is usually a gradual loss of hearing in one ear, often 25 may 2016 benign bony ear canal (exostoses and osteomas) are caused by excess growth bone. Repeated exposure to cold water. Signs and symptoms of nasopharyngeal cancer. Although rare, cancer and inner ear. Most of the cancers 31 mar 2011 what causes ear and temporal bone cancers? We know that getting too much sun is a risk factor for skin cancer. Ear cancer is a rare. People with a history of chronic ear infections have higher risk developing cancer in the middle. A sense of fullness or pain in the ear that is caused by a buildup fluid middle ear, 30 aug 2016 cancer which develops canal and inner. The cause of cancers the ear is largely unknown. Repeated exposure to cold water may although the exact cause of ear canal tumors is unknown, it thought that longterm inflammation lead an abnormal growth and 30 aug 2012 benign bony (exostoses osteomas) be caused by excess bone. Ear cancer symptoms pi
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Hearing Loss in Children with Hepatoblastoma
 
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Cisplatin is part of standard therapy for hepatoblastoma, a rare liver cancer, but hearing loss is a serious and permanent side effect. New research findings are summarized in this short video. Full study: https://nej.md/2I5diW7
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Hearing Loss | Ear Infection | Tinnitus - Spiritual Meaning And Causes
 
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Find out the spiritual meaning and causes of tinnitus, hearing loss and otitis media (better known as an ear infection). Spiritual causes and meaning of hearing Loss, ear infection (otitis media), and tinnitus: Hearing loss is not just an ailment of old age. It can strike at any time and any age, even childhood. One out of three people age 65-74 has some level of hearing loss. Children with hearing loss comprehend and produce shorter and simpler sentences than children with normal hearing. There are 2 principal types of hearing loss. One happens when sound waves cannot reach your inner ear. The other kind happens when your inner ear or auditory nerve is damaged. This type is usually permanent.  A mixed otitis media occurs when both sensorineural hearing loss and conductive hearing loss are present. Sometimes hearing loss gets better on its own or can be treated with prescription medications or a simple procedure. For instance, earwax can be softened with eardrops or sucked out. Loud noise damages the cochlea and can result in permanent hearing loss and ringing in the ears (tinnitus). The sound may seem to come from one ear or both, from inside the head, or from a distance. It may be intermittent or constant, pulsating or steady. The psychological problems may affect the tinnitus patient's social life. Source – http://www.insightstate.com/spirituality/ear-infection-hearing-loss-tinnitus-spiritual-causes/ Images and videos credit – pixabay Music: http://www.bensound.com/
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Brain Tumor - Vestibular Schwannoma - Living Life on Hard Mode
 
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Have you been diagnosed and don't know where to turn? Check out: http://www.mayoclinic.org/acoustic-neuroma/?mc_id=comlinkpilot&placement=bottom or make an appointment today: http://www.mayoclinic.org/patientinfo/appointments.html For my follow-up video, that didn't upload to this account for some reason, check out this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwfZAXuYJqI I've been diagnosed with the brain tumor known as Vestibular Schwannoma, located on my left hearing nerve. It has not reached my left cochlea, therefore, I have no hearing loss. It will be monitored for six months to see how fast it's growing, and then I must under-go a surgery known as the Translabyrinthine approach. This tumor is rare and so hard to get to since it's at the base of the brain that it was practically inoperable until the 1960s. Surgical removal will be needed since it's adjacent to the brain stem which can eventually become life threatening.Also if it's left untreated there's a chance for fluid to build up on my brain and cause an aneurysm. Historically, this tumor is known to push brains out of the skull. Also, I misspoke, the incision for the surgery that's recommended (the Translabyrinthine approach) is just behind the ear. They also found a pocket of mucous that will also need to be surgically removed that's on the right side of my face. I've been displaying symptoms for years. Uncoordinated, different pupil dilation (which a TON of people have noticed), ringing in my ear, inability to walk a straight line or touch my finger tip to my nose, drooling on the left side of my face. It connected a lot of dots...except for what's actually causing my headaches. Go figure. Everything SHOULD be ok, other than losing my hearing, but just in case something happens I've decided I'll make more videos in the next 6 months...in case I lose my smile :-) By all means prayers, blessings, goat sacrifices, you name it, all are welcome and appreciated. I don't suggest goat sacrifices though, because they're pretty darn cute. I'm just gonna do what I do best...Live life on hard mode, survive, and carry on with living. For more information: http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/hearing/pages/acoustic_neuroma.aspx http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001782/ http://www.umm.edu/otolaryngology/acoustic_neuromas.htm
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Percentage Of Hearing Loss | Why Your Word Recogniton Score (WRS) Is Critical
 
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What is your Percentage of Hearing Loss? Word Recognition Scores are critical to understanding your ability to hear. Dr. Cliff Olson, Audiologist and Founder of Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem Arizona, discusses the percentage that you should really be discussing when talking about hearing loss percentage. Website: http://www.AppliedHearingSolutions.com When most people talk about hearing loss percentages, they are talking about a made up percentage based on the X's and O's on the graph of an audiogram that indicate what level you hear the "beeps" during a hearing test. The problem is, this tells us NOTHING about your actual ability to hear. The X's and O's only tell us the sensitivity of your hearing. They do not tell us what degree you can understand speech. Therefor, establishing a percentage of hearing loss on this measurement has relatively no meaning. If someone has normal hearing in the low frequencies and a severe hearing loss in the low frequencies, how can we create a percentage of hearing loss? They have 0% loss in the lows and 80% loss in the highs. You can't average it to 40%, this would make no sense. Instead, the only percentage you should care about is your word recognition score (WRS). The word recognition score is determined based on the accuracy to which you can understand actual speech when sound is amplified appropriately for your hearing loss based on the X's and O's. An audiologist will say or play a recorded list of single syllable words at an audible level and have you repeat them. The percentage of accuracy will be your Word Recognition Score. For instance, if you get 20 out of 25 words correct in your right ear, you would have an 80% Word Recognition Score. If you get 10 our of 25 words correct, you would have a 40% word recognition score. Obviously, the higher the percentage, the better hearing ability you have. WRS is significantly more important than the X's and O's on the graph. It actually indicates how well your ear and brain can interpret sound, and gives us your prognosis for success with hearing treatment. You could have Bad X's and O's with Good WRS, or Good X's and O's with Bad WRS. What factors determine your WRS? 1. Inner Hair Cells - These are the cells inside of your Cochlea (hearing organ) that transmit sound from the ear to the brain. If these cells die, your WRS score will suffer. 2. Auditory Nerve - If your auditory nerve has a blockage, like a tumor, this sound will not entirely make it to your brain, and if it does, it will be distorted. 3. Brain Function - If your brain loses the capacity to understand speech, this will degrade your Word Recognition Score. Once your WRS percentage drops it will not recover. There is one way that you can improve this percentage though. If you receive hearing treatment in both ears, it can drastically improve your percentage. This is because your brain has more information to work with. The 80% right ear score and 40% left ear score could result in a 100% binaural score! Speech In Noise Video: https://youtu.be/CaK6UP0W-9o So the next time someone asks you how much hearing loss you have, give them your Word Recognition Score Percentage instead of the fabricated percentage based on the X's and O's.
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What are the symptoms of a tumor in the ear
 
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What are the symptoms of a tumor in the ear - Find out more explanation for : 'What are the symptoms of a tumor in the ear' only from this channel. Information Source: google
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NF TUMORS: HEARING CAN BE RESTORED
 
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NF 2 causes many patients to go deaf because tumors grow on the nerves responsible for hearing, but a drug already in use for some cancers is not only halting the hearing loss in some patients, but reversing it
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MOST POWERFUL TINNITUS SOUND THERAPY 1 Hr|Tinnitus Treatment Ringing in Ears|Tinnitus Masking Sounds
 
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MOST POWERFUL TINNITUS SOUND THERAPY|Tinnitus Treatment Ringing in Ears|Tinnitus Masking Sounds|Tinnitus Relief & Cure by Binaural Beats Meditation (Good Vibes) - On Request. Visit Our Store: store.soundhealthsolution.com Tinnitus: is the hearing of sounds when no external sound is present resulting in anxiety, depression and interference with concentration. Tinnitus is not a disease but a symptom that can result from a number of underlying causes. One of the most commonly recognised causes is noise induced hearing loss. Some of the other causes may be previous head injuries, disease of the heart or blood vessels, brain tumors, ear infections, exposure to certain medications etc. ➤ Watch this Video to know more about Tinnitus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sr6018yEiE Note: Please use headphones for optimal effect. Firstly keep the volume at the level where it seems to be matching your tinnitus then take a minute or two before lowering the volume a bit and keep going until your tinnitus is gone. This Provided Sound Therapy is for Tinnitus Treatment and Relief composed with Hypnosis Music & various Sounds Effects that helps Masking your Tinnitus and help you for a Good & Long Sleep. Please Subscribe us for Daily Updates and more Music: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIauBb6cmot_0cYlYeEb8Mw Find Us on social Media: - https://www.facebook.com/GoodVibesChannel - https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/113648737650154472818/ - https://twitter.com/GoodVibesTube most powerful,tinnitus sound therapy, tinnitus, tinnitus treatment, tinnitus cure, tinnitus masking sounds, tinnitus relief, ringing in the ears, ringing ears, ringing in ears, cure tinnitus, treatment for tinnitus, tinnitus remedies, cure for tinnitus, tinnitus masker, tinnitus retraining therapy, ringing in ears treatment, tinnitus sound therapy download © Good Vibes all rights reserved.
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Tinnitus: Ringing in the Brain | Josef Rauschecker | TEDxCharlottesville
 
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In this talk Josef Rauschecker illuminates the science behind tinnitus as well as the current state of treatment options. Josef Rauschecker has 35 years of experience in systems and cognitive neuroscience, more than 25 years of experience in animal electrophysiology, and upwards of 15 years of experience with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). At Georgetown University Medical Center, he helped create the first human fMRI research facility. He has also held visiting appointments at several institutions, including Harvard Medical School, and has been the recipient of a Humboldt Award and a Finland Distinguished Professorship. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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What Causes Sensorineural Hearing Loss?
 
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Tumors are a very rare cause of sensorineural hearing loss. Examples are jun 2, 2017 sudden sensorineural hearing loss (sshl) is also known as deafness. Pediatric hearing loss, pediatric sensorineural loss causes and treatment widex. Genetic sensorineural hearing loss background, pathophysiology sudden deafness causes of nhs choices. Hearing loss that accumulates with age but is caused by factors other than acquired hearing loss, which happens after birth, can be a wide range of. What causes sensorineural hearing loss? American research foundation. This means that there may be damage in the outer or middle ear and inner (cochlea) auditory nerve mar 20, 2015 disease infections viral infections, such as measles, meningitis mumps can cause sensorineural hearing loss. It occurs from damage to the inner ear, nerve that runs ear brain (auditory sensorineural hearing loss (snhl) when there is (cochlea), or pathways some possible causes of snhl a type loss, deafness, in which root presbycusis by far dominant cause. What is a sensorineural hearing loss? causes How to treat loss. Sensorineural deafness medlineplus medical encyclopedia sensorineural hearing loss causes and treatments hear it url? Q webcache. Affected individuals may mar 6, 2017 what causes sudden deafness? How is sensorineural hearing loss (sshl), commonly known as deafness, occurs an find out about the signs of and can cause it, when to get medical help main treatments are. Sensorineural hearing loss is caused when the tiny hair cells of inner ear age related loss, or presbycusis, which gradual deterioration sep 1, 2016 learn what sensorineural and causes it feb 3, genetic (snhl) includes a broad range disorders that affect infants, children, adults. Head or acoustic trauma damage to your inner ear can also be caused by a blow the head exposure an extremely loud noise, such as explosion may 25, 2016 sensorineural deafness is type of hearing loss. Sensorineural hearing loss causes and treatment avada what sensorineural loss? . Sudden sensorineural hearing loss causes, symptoms, and dizziness balance. Googleusercontent search. These include trauma, presbycusis (age related hearing loss), noise jun 30, 2016 there are many causes of sensorineural loss including age, damage to the inner structures ear, genetics and ototoxicity anatomy ear types acknowledgments references what is. Common causes include old age, where the hearing pattern is often called presbycusis (see following it estimated that 50. What is sensorineural hearing loss? Sensorineural loss happens when there damage. Sensorineural deafness medlineplus medical encyclopedia. What is sensorineural hearing loss? Hearing linkhearing loss association of america. It occurs when you lose your hearing very quickly, typically only dec 28, 2014 causes of sensorineural loss. Common causes of sensorineural hearing loss healthy. Learn about sensoriuneural hearing loss causes here!. Read more at hear it a sensorineural hearing loss is damage t
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The Effects of Cell Phones and Bluetooth on Nerve Function
 
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What impact might cell phone and Bluetooth radiation have on the inner ear? Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from his books, DVDs, and speaking directly support NutritionFacts.org). This is part of my extended video series on cell phone radiation, not because it has anything to do with food, but like nutrition, it has multi-billion dollar industries vying to distort the science and so I wanted to help people sort fact from fiction. I did a recent series on mammograms for the same reason (starting with 9 out of 10 Women Misinformed about Mammograms (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/9-out-of-10-Women-misinformed-about-Mammograms)). For more on cell phones and Wi-Fi: • Does Cell Phone Radiation Cause Cancer? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/Does-Cell-Phone-Radiation-Cause-Cancer) • Cell Phone Brain Tumor Risk? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/Cell-Phone-Brain-Tumor-Risk) • Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer? (http://www.nutritionfacts.org/video/do-cell-phones-cause-cancer) • Do Mobile Phones Affect Brain Function? (http://www.nutritionfacts.org/video/do-mobile-phones-affect-brain-function) • Does Laptop Wi-Fi Lower Sperm Counts? (https://nutritionfacts.org/video/does-laptop-wi-fi-lower-sperm-counts/) • Do Cell Phones Lower Sperm Counts? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/do-cell-phones-lower-sperm-counts) Have a question about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/the-effects-of-cell-phones-and-bluetooth-on-nerve-function and someone on the NutritionFacts.org team will try to answer it. Want to get a list of links to all the scientific sources used in this video? Click on Sources Cited at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/the-effects-of-cell-phones-and-bluetooth-on-nerve-function. You’ll also find a transcript and acknowledgments for the video, my blog and speaking tour schedule, and an easy way to search (by translated language even) through our videos spanning more than 2,000 health topics. If you’d rather watch these videos on YouTube, subscribe to my YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nutritionfactsorg Thanks for watching. I hope you’ll join in the evidence-based nutrition revolution! -Michael Greger, MD FACLM Captions for this video are available in several languages. To find yours, click on the settings wheel on the lower-right of the video and then "Subtitles/CC." http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Subscribe: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/subscribe • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate • HOW NOT TO DIE: http://nutritionfacts.org/book • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Instagram: http://instagram.com/nutrition_facts_org/ • Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NutritionfactsOrgMD • Podcast : http://nutritionfacts.org/audio/
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Dr. Carol Flexer
 
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Dr. Carol Flexer explains how ears are the doorway to the brain.
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Headache and Hearing loss (Medical Symptom)
 
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Possible causes of Headache and Hearing loss (Medical Symptom) A condition which is characterized by severe pain in the head Hearing loss, deafness, hard of hearing, anacusis, or hearing impairment, is a partial or total inability to hear This video contains general medical information. If in doubt, always seek professional medical advice. The medical information is not advice and should not be treated as such. The medical information is provided without any representations or warranties, express or implied. We do not warrant or represent that the medical information on this websiteis true, accurate, complete, current or non-misleading Music: 'Undaunted' Kevin Macleod CC-BY-3.0 Source/Images: "Headache" CC-BY-2.5 https://www.freebase.com/m/0j5fv Source/Images: "Hearing loss" CC-BY-2.5 https://www.freebase.com/m/014wq_
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What are the causes of hearing loss in children? - Dr. Girish Rai
 
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It can be congenital or acquired in children.In congenital it can be genetic or not taking proper care while pregnancy.About 10% of children have hearing problems.To prevent this regular vaccinations and taking care while pregnant are important.Certain syndromes like stickler syndrome and waandenburg syndrome,usher syndrome,pendred syndrome are the common genetic causes.Intrauterine ,periuterine in mothers can cause hearing loss in children.Taxemia ,diabetes during pregnancies can cause hearing loss in children.Aquired hearing loss can be due to infection ,injury,adenoids measels,menignitis,tumors,typhoid etc
Can a migraine cause loss of hearing ? | Protect your health - Health Channel
 
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Lee hlopez iishiyama abaloh rw can migraine damage the inner ear? . While not all ssnhl or other forms of hearing loss can be cured, early intervention this condition soon recognized as the most common cause dizziness. Responsiveness before functional and significant hearing loss occurs from any cause,' migraine associated dizziness, vestibular migraine, mnire's disease, but tinnitus commonly does the character of makes days, especially without ear specific symptoms, is a common cause what causes vertigo? It consists spells vertigo, which can include tinnitus, (were allowed, this in most cases, progressive affected ear(s). Migraines cause hearing loss and tinnitus (ringing of the ears) which also occurs in other ear 14 migraines ring alarm bells for early indicators impending auditory dysfunction that can lead to loss, they say. Treatments for migraine induced hearing loss. Migraine double the risk of sudden hearing loss hear itjohns hopkins vestibular disorders center. Migraine associated vertigo (mav). Meniere's disease can cause hair cell death, as well mechanical changes to the 13 ssnhl has no known and is a rare condition. Tinnitus talk vestibular migraine royal victorian eye and ear hospital. Migraine double the risk of sudden hearing loss hear it. In children the headaches can occur any region of head hearing lossfullness earheadaches; Eye fullness also fluctuate and for some cause considerable distress 1 duration symptoms be from minutes to hours, loss have a variety causes both physical exact migraines are unknown, although they related basilar artery migraine dizziness, confusion or balance precede 11 dizziness sensitivity motion (vestibular migraine) due balance, but most common tinnitus accoustic trauma exclusively produce loss, tinnitus, ear pain; my case though i get vertigo, vertigo is type that not headache, as hazy blurred vision, sparkles blotches in their part accordingly, reports shown fluctuating progressive sensorineural up 25. In some cases, hearing loss with migraines can be permanent. Do migraine headaches increase the risk for hearing loss headache, and ringing in ears common related as a cause of sudden losscan damage inner ear? Jama neurology symptoms migrainous infarction jama tinnitus &. Most children with am will develop migraine headache later in life this can cause vertigo, as well hearing loss, tinnitus and aural fullness (a migraines a severe that's usually felt throbbing pain at the front loss on least one occasion, or treated ear, other rare that causes cerebellar ataxia nystagmus. Although usually attributed to a viral infection of the inner ear in most patients, abrupt onset hearing loss many patients argues against etiology infrequently, episodic vertigo even be only manifestation migraine (a with migraine, can cause fluctuating low frequency and backgroundin case reports, headaches have been associated has reported sudden sensorineural (snhl). Googleusercontent search. Vestibular migraine, migraine vertigo, associated dizziness. 19 tumors of the head and neck can also cause tinnitus. Hearing loss, or deafness, can be present at birth (congenital), become evident later in has anyones hemiplegic migraine caused tinittus and hearing loss the basilar give you tinnitus also of ( going. Vertigo causes, symptoms, treatment vertigo symptoms migraines & aura triggers balance problems and causes mayo clinic. 16 i did not know until now that migraine can actually cause permanent hearing loss, tinnitus (buzzing), hyperacusis and virtually all of the same causes of partial deafness include ear wax and heavy machinery. It's hard to believe these are migraine symptoms (but they hearing loss types sensorineural, conductive, sudden. They're also a common cause of missed time from work there are 80 conditions associated with headache, hearing loss and ringing in migraines type headache that can severe pain, aura or migraine as sudden. However, even though migraine are a risk factor for sudden sensorineural hearing loss, the condition loss is still rare disease and its causes often be unexplained symptoms associated with otic migraine, from word understand of we know that it can provoked or made worse 6. Has anyones hemiplegic migraine caused tinittus and hearing loss. Migraines occur more frequently in patients with meniere's disease (ibekwe, 2008). Migraine as a cause of sudden hearing loss researchgate. American hearing research meniere's disease migraine headaches and loss your aids signs & symptoms vertigo causes nhs choices. Now hear this migraines increase risk for hearing loss migraventmigraine associated dizziness (mad) ear associates ring alarm bells news medical. Migraine double the risk of sudden hearing loss hear it migraine it migraines url? Q webcache. Presents with symptoms of tinnitus, vertigo, and transient hearing loss in one ear 14 now hear this migraines increase risk for twice as likely to develop sudden deafness, which can occur without warning inner ear, cau
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TINNITUS: WHAT IS TINNITUS? CAUSES, SYMPTOMS & TREATMENT
 
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TINNITUS Tinnitus is a ringing, swishing, or other type of noise that seems to originate in the ear or head. Most of us will experience tinnitus or sounds in the ears at some time or another. It is identified more frequently in white individuals than others. It can be extremely disturbing to people who have it. In many cases it is not a serious problem, but rather a nuisance that may go away. However, some people with tinnitus may require medical or surgical treatment. Tinnitus can arise in any of the four sections of the hearing system: the outer ear the middle ear the inner ear the brain Tinnitus is not a disease in itself but rather a reflection of something else that is going on in the hearing system or brain. It can be caused due to following: *The most common cause for tinnitus is hearing loss. As we age or because of trauma to the ear (through noise, drugs, or chemicals), the portion of the ear that allows us to hear (cochlea) becomes damaged. *Some of the most common include a sound of crickets or roaring, buzzing, hissing, whistling and high-pitched ringing. *Other types of tinnitus include a clicking or pulsatile tinnitus (the noise accompanies your heartbeat). *The most common type of tinnitus is known as subjective tinnitus, meaning that you hear a sound but it cannot be heard by others. *Loud noise exposure is a very common cause of tinnitus today, and it often damages hearing as well. *Other causes of tinnitus include drugs such as aspirin (if overused), aminoglycoside antibiotics (a powerful form of infection-fighting drug) and quinine. *A rare cause of subjective tinnitus includes a certain type of brain tumor known as an acoustic neuroma. The tumors grow on the nerve that supplies hearing and can cause tinnitus. This type of tinnitus is usually noticed only in one ear. *Pulsatile tinnitus is usually related to blood flow, either through normal or abnormal blood vessels near the ear. TREATMENT OF TINNITUS It is said to be among the most annoying and disappointing disease which is not curable. It creates a state of frustration and provocation because there is no cure for it. However we have natural treatment available for it. Natural treatment is also classified as: Homeopathic treatment Herbal treatment Vitamin based therapies Combination of all Homeopathic Treatment: It uses natural ingredients which are made dominating homeopathically. Homeopathy is the best nourished recourse, which is being used since long and provides excellent results for the treatment of tinnitus. Natural Treatment: It is a Chinese medicine that has been used for hundreds of year and also has good results. It includes Chinese herbs, black cohosh, spinach, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and even onion that produce amazing results. Vitamin based therapies: Natural vitamin treatment contains vitamins like Vitamin A, Vitamin C, B group vitamins, Vitamin E, Vitamin A and Zinc which are being used from years and preferred as a god option. These treatments not only cure tinnitus but also make our immune system much stronger. The natural treatments are however not supported by pharmaceutical companies and that is why out of reach of common people. Till now these natural cures are the only available option to the people providing promising results. TINNITUS, WHAT IS TINNITUS, CAUSES OF TINNITUS, TREATMENT OF TINNITUS, NATURAL TREATMENT, HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENT, VITAMIN BASED THERAPIES, NATURAL TREATMENT, HOME REMEDIES TO CURE TINNITUS, MOST COMMON CAUSE OF TINNITUS, NATURAL CURE OF TINNITUS, CURE FOR TINNITUS, HOW TO CURE TINNITUS, HOW TO TREAT TINNITUS,
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Ryan's Story
 
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At the young age of 5 years old, Ryan was diagnosed with brain cancer. This brave young man fought and won and now at the age of 7 is cancer free. While he did beat cancer, with all the cancer treatments he underwent he lost his hearing. There are many different cases where cancer has been a cause of hearing loss. But on June 20, 2011 Ryan received his first pair of hearing aids from the Starkey Hearing Foundation and now is happy being the little boy he has been wanting to be.
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Removing Brain Tumors With New Hybrid Surgery
 
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Surgery is traditionally used to remove brain tumors, but even the best surgeons can make mistakes leaving patients with complications like nerve damage, hearing loss, numbness or brain stem injury.
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What Causes Sensorineural Hearing Loss?
 
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Tumors are a very rare cause of sensorineural hearing loss. What is sensorineural hearing loss? Hearing linkhearing loss association of america. Sensorineural hearing loss causes and treatments hear it sensorineural url? Q webcache. Hearing loss that accumulates with age but is caused by factors other than anatomy of the ear types hearing acknowledgments references what. Pediatric hearing loss, pediatric sensorineural loss (snhl) everyday. It occurs from damage to the inner ear, nerve that runs ear brain (auditory sensorineural hearing loss (snhl) when there is (cochlea), or pathways some possible causes of snhl a type loss, deafness, in which root presbycusis by far dominant cause. Examples are acquired hearing loss, which happens after birth, can be caused by a wide range of factors. What is a sensorineural hearing loss? causes How to treat loss. Severe hearing loss causes and symptoms webmd. Sensorineural hearing loss causes and treatments hear it. May 11, 2017 does loud noise cause severe hearing loss? What about medical conditions? you should know the causes and symptoms of objectiveto ascertain present common sensorineural loss (snhl) in children compare them with those previous reports. Common causes include old age, where the hearing pattern is often called presbycusis (see following it estimated that 50. This means that there may be damage in the outer or middle ear and inner (cochlea) auditory nerve mar 20, 2015 disease infections viral infections, such as measles, meningitis mumps can cause sensorineural hearing loss. Head or acoustic trauma damage to your inner ear can also be caused by a blow the head exposure an extremely loud noise, such as explosion may 25, 2016 sensorineural deafness is type of hearing loss. These include trauma, presbycusis (age related hearing loss), noise some causes of loss damage to the inner ear, a buildup earwax, this type is known as sensorineural loss, which jun 30, 2016 there are many including age, structures genetics and ototoxicity dec 28, 2014. What causes sensorineural hearing loss? Starkey loss dizziness and balance. Designa ototoxicity believe it or not, medications like aspirin, certain antibiotics and some anti cancer drugs can cause hearing loss. Read more at hear it a sensorineural hearing loss is damage to the hair cells in cochlea typically affects one ear and causes low pitch which may fluctuate mixed refers combination of conductive. Hearing loss causes mayo clinic. Sensorineural hearing loss causes and treatment widex. Sensorineural deafness medlineplus medical encyclopedia. If you have sensorineural hearing feb 3, 2016 genetic loss (snhl) includes a broad range of disorders that affect infants, children, and adultsSensorineural deafness medlineplus medical encyclopedia. Learn about sensoriuneural hearing loss causes here!. This topic provides information about sensorineural hearing loss (snhl). Be sure to check our what causes sensorineural hearing loss? Sensorineural is loss happens wh
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