Tinnitus Maskers and Tinnitus Retraining Therapy
Tinnitus is a condition where your ears hear non-auditory internal sounds. The sound intensity and frequency varies from person to person. It is often reported as a ringing, buzzing, hissing or drilling sound that occurs on and off or may even stay constant. The intensity is high-pitched or low pitched. There is no known cure…
Tinnitus is a condition where your ears hear non-auditory internal sounds. The sound intensity and frequency varies from person to person. It is often reported as a ringing, buzzing, hissing or drilling sound that occurs on and off or may even stay constant. The intensity is high-pitched or low pitched.
There is no known cure for tinnitus but you can learn management techniques and counteract the sounds. Left unattended, it can interfere with your day-day activities like sleeping, concentration, mood and conversations.
Some clinical treatments may include taking antidepressants but more predominantly using management protocols can help live with tinnitus for long term. Sound therapy is one such aid to help cope with these internal disturbing sounds.
Sound therapy can be done by introducing external sounds (termed as white noise) or learning strategies to distract you from tinnitus. Both of these are very effective in tinnitus treatment.
Sound maskers can cover the sound of tinnitus with the use of real external sounds. It is not a cure but it can help by lowering the patient’s perceived intensity. The Sound Masking Device for Tinnitus generates loud sounds in the background – often white noise, natural and subtle sounds that can help you relax.
Sound maskers are like Hearing devices that can be worn in the ear. It has pre-set sound options and you can choose the one that bring out the most positive emotional response. This sounds which is called white noise is constantly played on a low level and effectively mask troubling sounds in the ear.
The best way to judge if the maskers will be effective for your condition is to experiment with different natural sounds during a tinnitus session. Example, if the flowing water makes your tinnitus sound negligible, chances are that In-Ear Tinnitus Masker device can prove to be an effective treatment for you
Using Hearing Aids for Tinnitus Masking is not just cost-effective but provides a noteworthy decline in tinnitus factors.
Tinnitus Retraining Therapy
Tinnitus retraining therapy is more of a psychological treatment. As the name implies, it is a therapy that attempts to “retrain” the way your brain processes sound. It teaches you to get control over your tinnitus by understanding the underlying cause or the triggers that create these sounds. It helps the patient control tinnitus on a conscious and subconscious level. The main aim is to teach your brain to ignore these sounds. This is combined with stress management and relaxation exercises that will eliminate any anxiety and diverts the mind from the disturbing sounds.
All you need to do is patiently use your skills and practice Trt Tinnitus Retraining Therapy strategies suggested by your HCP. With a few changes in your lifestyle, you can find relief from troubling sounds.
At HNR, our HCP will help you with comprehensive tips for understanding and managing your tinnitus. We will help you get the best Tinnitus Masking Device and Tinnitus Retraining Device.
Get in touch with our HCP! Call us on 040-42018181 / +91 8237037087 to book your slot.