Tips for living with tinnitus

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Svg Vector Icons : Tinnitus tip 1: Avoid absolute silence

Utilize background noise such as a fan, tv, radio, or noise maker to help reduce tinnitus.

Svg Vector Icons : Tinnitus tip 2: Reduce known stressors

Avoid high stress situations which may raise your blood pressure. Stress and anxiety will increase tinnitus symptoms.

Svg Vector Icons : Tinnitus tip 3: Eat healthy

Avoid stimulants such as caffeine and nicotine. Eats foods that will help to lower blood pressure. High blood pressure is common in those with pulsatile tinnitus.

Svg Vector Icons : Tinnitus tip 4: Use hearing aids

The technology in the products at LifeSound Hearing can help to reduce background noise and decrease tinnitus intensity.

What causes Tinnitus?

The most prevalent cause is excessive exposure to loud noises.
It doesn’t have to be as loud as a rock concert or explosions in the sky to cause hearing loss; even an average noise level of 85 dBA (about the same as a lawnmower) causes hearing loss after about 8 hours of exposure.
If you’re frequently exposed to sound that’s just a bit too loud for an extended period of time, you’ll suffer hearing loss and tinnitus.

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