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I have tinnitus and I can barely hear the person who called.

I have tinnitus and many times the ringing in MY ears is extremely loud. When I answer, I can barely hear the person who has called me. What do I do to increase the volumne on my cell phone?

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The ear piece is out of order.Just replace it u'll be satisfied.

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Try this site:
http://www.curefortinnitus.com/

Many sufferers make use of self-help treatments such as:
  • Maskingthe tinnitus with competing sounds, such as low music (using personalheadphones) clocks, or other noises such as ‘white noise’ generators.This makes it easier to ignore the tinnitus, help concentration andsleep.
  • Useof hearing aids for hearing loss - being able to hear sounds you cannotnormally hear may help override the tinnitus noise
  • Cognitive behaviour therapy can help people to change their response and lower their awareness of tinnitus.
  • Deliberately trying to concentrate on something else and to ignore the tinnitus
  • Stress management - stress and fatigue can make the condition worse.
  • Avoidance of alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, and certain foods that are known to aggravate tinnitus.
  • Use of earplugs, earmuffs and avoiding loud noise to limit further damage to the ears.
We are actually not supposed to provide medical/legal advice on this site, but I just thought this may help you. Hope it does :)

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