Month: November 2011

MarkeTrak VIII: The Prevalence of Tinnitus in the United States and the Self-reported Efficacy of Various Treatments

The size of the tinnitus population in the United States is nearly 30 million people—or about 10% of the entire population—and the incidence of tinnitus is as high as 26.7% for people ages 65-84 years. Data in this article also confirm that the provision of hearing aids offers substantial benefit to a significant number of people suffering from tinnitus. Evidence also suggests that this information should be more widely disseminated in the audiological and medical communities.

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