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Tinnitus 👂

Tinnitus is the name for hearing noises that are not caused by an outside source. It’s not usually a sign of any serious conditions and generally improves over time. There are treatments that can help.

Tinnitus can sound like: ringing, buzzing, whooshing, humming, hissing, throbbingmusic or singing.

You may hear these sounds in 1 or both ears, or in your head. They may come and go, or you might hear them all the time.

Good tips for people suffering from tinnitus

  • try to relax – deep breathing or yoga may help
  • try to find ways to improve your sleep, such as sticking to a bedtime routine or cutting down on caffeine
  • join a support group – talking to other people with tinnitus may help you cope
  • do not have total silence – listening to soft music or sounds (called sound therapy) can distract you from the tinnitus
  • do not focus on it, as this can make it worse – hobbies and activities can help take your mind off it

Treatments for tinnitus

If the cause of your tinnitus is unknown or cannot be treated, your GP or specialist may refer you for a type of talking therapy.

This could be:

  • tinnitus counselling – to help you learn about your tinnitus and find ways of coping with it
  • cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) – to change the way you think about your tinnitus and reduce anxiety
  • tinnitus retraining therapy – using sound therapy to retrain your brain to tune out and be less aware of the tinnitus

Tinnitus retraining therapy may be available on the NHS for people with severe or persistent tinnitus. It’s widely available privately.

Causes of tinnitus

It’s not always clear what causes tinnitus, but it’s often linked with: 

Read more about this condition and consult your GP


Tinnitus and stress

Tinnitus is one of the most common conditions that people experience – approximately one in eight UK adults will have persistent tinnitus. Interestingly, however, most people would say that it doesn’t cause them problems. Furthermore, when people do ‘suffer’ with tinnitus, the type and extent of the difficulties they experience varies from person to person. One thing that may help explain these differences is the level of stress you are under. If you have a high level of stress there is a greater chance that you will be troubled by your tinnitus.

What is stress?

Stress is experienced by nearly everyone at various times in their lives. Stress occurs when the demands on you are not matched by your resources, or in other words your biological, psychological or social capabilities.

Stress can happen when the demands are too high, such as when you have too much to do. It can also occur when the demands are too low, when for example you are have too little to keep you busy.

Contrary to popular belief, stress is not always bad for your health. A certain amount of stress or arousal can be positive and help you to focus on the task in hand. The release of stress-hormones can help our bodies to do certain things, such as tackling a dangerous situation or running away to a safe place. Therefore in the short term, stress may be necessary for you to function well. In the longer-term, however, prolonged adverse stress can be very uncomfortable for your body and your mind.

How to recognise the signs of stress

The symptoms of stress vary widely in different people, but here are some common signs of stress to look out for in your body, thinking and behaviour:

Signs of stress in your body

  • Feeling tense
  • Quickened heart beat
  • Breathlessness or a change in your breathing, e.g. lots of yawning or sighing
  • Churning stomach, ‘butterflies’ or nausea
  • Sweating
  • Needing the toilet (empty bowels/bladder)
  • Poor concentration
  • Disrupted sleep


Tinnitus reliefs

Here different solutions for people suffering of tinnitus.

  • Magnesium – help against the stress
  • Zinc – tinnitus can be connected to the zinc deficiency
  • Vitamin B12 – help against the stress
  • Vitamin A – tinnitus can be connected to a vitamin A deficiency
  • Apple cider vinegar – anti inflammatory and anti fungal action
  • Ginko biloba – improve circulation
  • Turmeric – anti inflammatory action
  • Ginger – improve circulation
  • Tulsi leaf – natural antibiotic

Please Consult your Doctor.

Daily actions for people suffering from tinnitus

  • Drink plenty water
  • Avoid alcohol, caffeine and cigarettes
  • Regular exercise
  • Eat fruits and vegetables
  • Acupuncture
  • Mindfulness
  • Massages
  • Relaxation exercises

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