Tinnitus & Zebrafish?

Answer The American Tinnitus Association describes tinnitus as "the perception of sound in the ears or head where no external source is present." It is often described as a ringing or whooshing sound. For... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Tinnitus & Zebrafish

How do I tell male& female zebrafish apart?

ColoringLook at the colors on the belly of the fish. Males have more obvious gold coloring overall, especially on their belly. Females have a more bluish overall coloring with white on the belly.Bo... Read More »

Treatment for tinnitus?

"Tinnitus" is not a disease, but a condition that can result from a wide range of underlying causes: neurological damage (multiple sclerosis), ear infections, oxidation stress, foreign objects in t... Read More »

Is having tinnitus in one ear bad?

Having it in both ears are worse than w/ one ear, I've have it constantly in right ear, but left ear sometimes have it too. Having it at one is like ugh that ear then other ear feels a lot more rel... Read More »

How to Cure Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is a symptom of several possible underlying conditions. It is commonly experienced as a ringing in the ear, but it can also sound like roaring, clicking, swishing, or buzzing. It can be di... Read More »