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Hyperacusis is a rare hearing disorder affecting approximately 1 in 50,000 people. It’s a condition where seemingly ordinary sounds become unacceptably loud and intrusive. Though often confused with sensitivity to noise, this disorder takes it up a notch. Many people suffering from Hyperacusis also experience a constant ringing or buzzing in the ears, known as tinnitus. In fact, 40-79% of clinical tinnitus patients experience sensitivity to sound.
Unmanaged Hyperacusis can escalate into a number of complications. For instance:
Hyperacusis is not just about sensitivity to sound; it’s a complex condition with deep-rooted complications affecting both physical and emotional health. While the treatment journey may be long, it’s far from impossible. Understanding the complications allows for more effective management, offering a better quality of life.
Not necessarily. With the right treatment, many people experience improvement.