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Five Exercises for Tinnitus Relief

One of ten people among us, unfortunately, experienced disturbing ear noises like hissing, buzzing, ringing, roaring, or clicking. Tinnitus is a symptom that shows the health condition of the neck and overall head muscles. As of now, there is no permanent cure for tinnitus, but the patient can find relief with these exercises. Consult the…

Five Exercises for Tinnitus Relief

One of ten people among us, unfortunately, experienced disturbing ear noises like hissing, buzzing, ringing, roaring, or clicking. Tinnitus is a symptom that shows the health condition of the neck and overall head muscles. As of now, there is no permanent cure for tinnitus, but the patient can find relief with these exercises. Consult the doctor before starting these exercises and act on them under medical supervision and Tinnitus Specialist in Hyderabad

Exercises for Jaw and Neck Muscles

The muscular tenses in the cervical spine could cause tinnitus. The high tension built up in masticatory muscles, and the surrounding fascial tissues should be relieved. By stretching the jaw and neck muscles you can relax your fasciae muscles.

1. Hold your lower jaw and open your mouth as wide as possible. Support your jaw with your hand and stretch your mouth and jaw as much as possible. Hold this position for at least three minutes.

Initially, you may experience a different sound or, Tinnitus could become stronger. Do not get discouraged. The symptoms of tinnitus become stronger before subsiding considerably. If the pain is unbearable, consult your audiologist immediately.

2. Sit up straight. Prevent your arm from pulling your shoulders up during this exercise. Bend your arms reach over the head with one hand to the opposite ear, and bend the head into a stretching position. This stretches the side of your neck. Continue breathing while stretching your neck for at least two or three minutes. Change sides to release muscles stiffness on both sides of the neck.    

3. Sit straight and focus on the muscles in one area. Take a deep breath and, while inhaling, tighten the muscle you are focusing. Hold it for 10 seconds and release it suddenly. Exhale after releasing. Focus on each muscle in your body while inhaling and exhaling rhythmically. 

4. Begin this exercise with deep breathing. Exhale from your mouth and inhale deeply from your nose. Hold your breath for about 4 seconds. Again exhale completely. Repeat this for at least 20 minutes. After the breathing exercise, imagine the most relaxing environment possible with your senses. Imagine the garden, and imagine the smell of wet soil, the fresh plants, and the scent of the flowers. If it is the beach, the scent of the beach, warm sun, and the feeling of the grains of beach sand against your skin. Use this exercise to relax and take your mind off of the sounds.

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