Don't Suffer With Tinnitus And Hearing Loss - Della Devoted

Don't Suffer With Tinnitus And Hearing Loss
























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Tinnitus is an exceptionally overwhelmingly difficult condition to live with. Tinnitus is a condition which creates a severe ringing in the ears, sometimes a roaring or hissing, which can often lead to anxiety, stress and much more. Things can get better however. You may or may not be given some good advice by your doctor on how to control your Tinnitus. Some say, it may go away forever, it may go away and come back, or it may never go away. There's nothing we can do, and your ears are perfectly healthy. It doesn't have to end here. Tinnitus varies from person to person, but there are ways to ensure that you are not feeling trapped inside your own head and still able to get out and about! 




Tip One: Keep low sound around you all the time!

Night time can be difficult as of course for Tinnitus sufferers, the silence is deafening. Keeping sounds on low and focusing solely on what you hear can allow you to stop hearing the ringing in your ears. It takes a strict mind, and you have to train your mind to forget but the night times are so much easier for me. Turn on some rain or waterfall sounds or perhaps some white noise and this should frequence out the ringing a little more and during the day you can easily keep some headphones on if you're home alone or the TV on low. Keeping other sounds around you are really important and will really greatly assist you with keeping distracted from the sound of the ringing. 

Tip Two: Do NOT have loud music or loud sounds around you or directly into your ears!

This will only aggravate your Tinnitus in the long run and it's something many people have tried and bitterly regretted. Keep it low, or moderate, but low is best really. You don’t want to ruin your hearing after all this also but if you do find that your tinnitus is also linked to hearing loss then you may want to look at hearing aids.

Tip Three: Use preventative measures

If you are wanting to go to a loud venue, then taking preventative measures is a must. You can often use ear plugs, easy to pop in, and they really muffle the sound meaning your ears don't take as much of the strain and in the long-run, your Tinnitus won't become worse. Just some regular ones at the chemist or supermarket should work just fine for you.  

Of course every case is different and you have to also remember that there are many tips and tricks to help you live an easier, anxiety free life, which won't stop you from doing the things you love. If you want more information, then there are charities such as Action On Hearing Loss who have a whole section dedicated to Tinnitus and what you can do. They are also currently looking into cures for Tinnitus. You are never alone and that’s what you must remember.

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