So, let’s get the bad news out of the way first. There is no cure for tinnitus.
It might not be the most positive of starts to my blog, but it’s the honest response we give to patients who come to visit us hoping for a permanent solution.
Please, don’t stop reading here! The good news for anyone who has tinnitus is you don’t have to live with and simply endure this condition. There are so many ways to reduce and manage the symptoms.
You can have that good night’s sleep.
You will have a day without tinnitus sounds.
You will be able to enjoy reading a book without distracting ear noises.
We’re always very clear about treatments and identifying the most appropriate tailored solutions to provide relief and alleviate the symptoms of tinnitus.
Here at The Tinnitus Clinic, we’re proud to have a team of specialist audiologists who offer the latest evidence-based treatment for tinnitus, hearing loss and hyperacusis. We also have clinics across the UK so wherever you are, relief isn’t far away.
From the pioneering Levo® Therapy System to Acoustic CR® Neuromodulation Therapy, each high-tech treatment is specifically tailored to the individual and their tinnitus type.
Other treatments we offer include Hyperacusis Desensitisation Therapy and Acoustic CR® Neuromodulation Therapy.
We’re proud to have changed the lives of so many people by providing relief from tinnitus. Don’t just take my word for it. These people want to share their experience with others tinnitus sufferers.
Even without medical intervention, there are loads of self-help techniques you can try to help manage your tinnitus.
One of the best things you can do is learn to relax. It’s naturally really easy to worry about tinnitus which only leads to tension and can worsen the condition. Holistic therapies such as yoga and reflexology, as well as relaxation CDs and classes, soft music and aromas can have relaxing benefits – a key part of the relief process.
Staying active and healthy are also vital to alleviating symptoms. Exercise not only improves your general health and wellbeing but it takes the focus away from tinnitus. You can also keep a food diary to see if any particular food or drinks trigger the condition.
More easy to introduce self-help tips can be found here.
There might not be a cure but you don’t have to live with tinnitus. To find out how we can help transform your life, click here for an assessment.