There are a multitude of treatment options to make everyday life with tinnitus much easier to handle. Be sure to try a few to find what best works for you.
Since tinnitus symptoms often arise in quiet settings, blending the hum into surrounding sounds can be extremely beneficial.
- Sonorest Sleep Tones Machine, specialized with 3 distinct sound spectrums
- Radio static or white noise
- Fan or humidifier
Leverage these techniques at a low volume.
Sleep is an important part of your routine and key to a healthy lifestyle, so try to get quality rest every night. Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone that helps you fall and stay asleep. Lipo-Flavonoid Night, formulated with time-release melatonin, helps you fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake refreshed. For best results, replace your evening dose of Lipo-Flavonoid Plus with an evening dose of Lipo-Flavonoid Night one hour before bedtime.
Another great option is a sleep machine. Sonorest Sleep Tones is a compact device that creates a tranquil, soothing environment to help you relax before bed and fall asleep.
Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT)
Imagine walking into your kitchen. All around you are constant noises—the hum of the refrigerator, the steady drip of the faucet, the creak of the floor beneath you, the fan gently spinning above. And yet… many times we don't notice any of it at all. It fades into the background.
TRT can help you live like this with tinnitus. On both a conscious and subconscious level, TRT retrains your brain to ignore the sounds of tinnitus. Experienced therapists can help tinnitus patients create a less anxious response to the symptoms.
Stress Less With Tinnitus
There are things you can do for stress-free living despite your tinnitus symptoms, including:
- Preventing the noise from bothering you
- Learning not to notice the noise
Easier said than done, huh? You may not be able to change your circumstances, but you are able to control how you react to them. Practicing behavior techniques can help you manage your tinnitus and ultimately make symptoms less noticeable.
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