Hearing those annoying ringing, hissing and even roaring sounds in your head or ears every now and then is indeed difficult to handle. It does not only hinder a lot of activities in your daily life but it can also cause you to think that your case is hopeless.
After all, there are millions of people suffering from tinnitus and most of them haven’t found one relief that works well for them.
But that shouldn’t stop you from trying to find a treatment that you can do, take or use in order to stop ringing sounds from occurring ever again.
If you’ve tried almost everything to prevent tinnitus like tilting your head to the side, opening your mouth to relieve pressure, being still for a moment and etc and etc, then you’ve come to the right place.
According to research, there are only a few methods and ways on how you can prevent tinnitus but these managements are simply diversional activities that masks the sounds produced by tinnitus they are not really eliminating the root cause of your Tinnitus.
How to Relieve Tinnitus
1. Stress management
Too much stress during work or other activities can cause your ears to ring. The constant exposure to stress can even heighten or worsen your tinnitus.
Stress causes different physiological changes and reactions that can ultimately lead to tinnitus and by managing your stress you can avoid its occurrence. If you are under pressure most of the time due to work, you can manage stressors by making a schedule which you can conveniently meet in order to avoid rushing, stressing or fretting over little things because of your work.
A possible relief formula is to take time by yourself especially a quiet time during your breaks to help your senses relax even for a little while.
2. Avoid Loud Noise
Loud noises is not only dangerous to your health and hearing but it can also trigger tinnitus. Since tinnitus is a stress-response, the exposure of your ears to constant loud noise will trigger the problem and may even cause hearing loss.
The best relief in this case is to avoid listening to loud music and industrial sounds which can cause tinnitus and/or hearing loss.
3. Understanding Meniere’s Disease
Sometimes, tinnitus is a symptom of an even greater disease process like Meniere’s Disease. If you constantly suffer from ringing, hissing or roaring sounds in your ears you should see a specialist who can help you understand what the real cause is.
If your tinnitus is caused by Meniere’s Disease your doctor can help you by prescribing medications which will ultimately help resolve your problem with tinnitus.
4. Take Your Vitamins
Tinnitus is a common result of Vitamin deficiency most especially Vitamin B complex deficiency.
By taking in your vitamins daily or consuming foods high in antioxidants and nutrients will help you manage, reduce and even resolve tinnitus in the long run.
5. Get Help if you’re Hypertensive
Having high blood pressure is one of the main causes of tinnitus.
Sometimes, tinnitus can be experienced as a prodromal symptom of hypertension which means that you will hear ringing in your ears before your blood pressure will rise.
The relief method here is to check your blood pressure level and treat it in the case it is too high.