The good thing is you don’t have to let tinnitus effect the quality of your life. There are a number of things that can be done to help provide relief no matter how sever your tinnitus is. If your tinnitus is effecting your quality of life we do recommend booking a screening with one of our hearing clinicians who can provide a tailored management plan. Depending on how severe your tinnitus is the following can offer relief:
Certain foods can trigger or increase tinnitus including caffeine and even decaffeinated teas and coffee can contain caffeine instead try camomile, hibiscus, or rooibos teas.
Make sure you eat foods rich in Zinc and Magnesium or take supplements to ensure you receive both daily, as both show benefits to reducing tinnitus.
Stress can aggravate tinnitus so incorporate stress reduction into your life including relaxing, yoga, meditating, massage, acupuncture and other steps to bring stress levels down.
Avoiding complete silence and providing the ears some form of stimulation . This can include Sound Therapy devices, Tinnitus Relief Apps (such as ReSound GN Relief or Oticon On.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy looks at tinnitus from a different aspect and when it’s triggered and what can be done to retrain your brain to lessen the effects of tinnitus.
In some situations it may be necessary to help improve hearing through the ringing and buzzing of tinnitus and to help with white noise and acoustic stimulation.
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