Several clinically proven tinnitus treatments are prescribed by doctors. Tinnitus sufferers have also found lifestyle management tips that improved their symptoms. Multiple types of tinnitus, varying underlying causes and individual physiological differences contribute to why there are multiple ways to treat tinnitus. Sometimes, a simple change to your lifestyle can also work as a tinnitus

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Tinnitus is a lot more complicated than just ringing in your ears. It involves many different organs and parts of your body. Get a better understanding of tinnitus and learn the latest breakthroughs in finding a cure for tinnitus. There are many treatments prescribed for tinnitus. In most cases, it’s your family doctor who looks

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Scientists have found conclusive evidence that smoking and vaping can cause, trigger or worsen tinnitus. Discover the link between nicotine and the ringing in your ears. It’s a well-known fact that smoking can lead to problems with your lungs and throat. In fact, studies world-wide show that cigarette smoke is the cause of 90% of

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More than 600 prescription drugs have been reported to cause or worsen tinnitus. Below you will find a list of the most common ones that could be triggering the ringing in your ears. For more than 50 million Americans, tinnitus is a frustrating problem with few treatments available. You’ve probably heard that tinnitus starts because

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After being officially diagnosed with tinnitus, your doctor will refer you to a tinnitus specialist. Follow the guide below to know how to prepare for your examination. Many cases of tinnitus have no known physical signs. But your family doctor will give you a brief exam of your ears, head and neck to look for

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With over 30 possible causes, tinnitus is a complex and often mysterious symptom afflicting more than 50 million Americans making their ears ring. This guide covers everything from the most common to the most obscure causes to help you figure out what might be the source of that ringing in your ears – and what

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Research shows more than half of tinnitus sufferers have trouble sleeping. The first step to better sleep is to have a plan of action to help improve your sleep habits. There are plenty of things that make tinnitus worse – and one of the biggest triggers is lack of sleep. The problem is the vicious

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If you suffer from anxiety and also struggle with tinnitus, read on for the best ways to improve your symptoms. All backed by scientific studies and research. Studies show that nearly half of tinnitus sufferers are also dealing with anxiety – and most healthcare professionals don’t know they can be closely related. There are two

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Caffeine can be a serious tinnitus trigger. Try cutting it out for a week or two to see if this might be what’s aggravating that ringing in your ears. Researchers have found that excessive caffeine irritates tinnitus and may sometimes cause tinnitus. Some patients who have completely cut-out, or at least drastically reduced the amount

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Sugar is a big culprit in triggering a lot of tinnitus cases. Check out this quick guide on how much sugar you actually need (the results will shock you!) and a few of the worst offending foods. Don’t worry – we give you a few easy, healthy alternatives you can try out today to help

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