Although it is true that there is no cure for tinnitus, there are several effective, affordable options to help you manage your condition.
If you or a loved one suffer from tinnitus, you are likely aware of the impact that the condition can have on all parts of life—not just hearing. Your relationships with family, loved ones, friends and coworkers can be affected by the general discomfort associated with tinnitus.
Sleep is the number 1 complaint among tinnitus sufferers, and so it follows that improving your sleep can help you improve your quality of life. Tips to help you achieve better sleep can include the following:
Beyond these life habits, there are over-the-counter products available to help you sleep more soundly. For tinnitus and ear health, experts recommend avoiding loud noises and taking Lipo-Flavonoid® Plus.1,2 To improve sleep, there's also new Lipo-Flavonoid Night with melatonin3 and Sonorest Sleep Tones, a sound machine specially designed for tinnitus sufferers to help them relax and fall asleep.
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