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The Top Tinnitus Information For 2021

Learn the latest tinnitus info to help improve your tinnitus today. All articles are heavily researched and backed by scientific studies and proven clinical trials.


There are many projects that researchers are working on right now to find a cure for tinnitus.

The breakthrough studies cover prescriptions, ear stimulation and implants as well as hair cell-regenerating studies.

You can also learn about current treatments and alternative relief strategies.

Doctors often prescribe these tinnitus remedies:

  • Hearing aids
  • Sound masking machines
  • They look at what might be causing your tinnitus and treat that
  • Therapies like Tinnitus Retraining Therapy & CBT

Things you can do yourself to help your tinnitus are:

Doctor prescribed tinnitus treatments range from fixing underlying health issues, using hearing aids and sound masking devices, various therapies and even starting an exercise routine.

There are also lifestyle changes you can make to improve your symptoms.

Some ideas are:

More than 600 prescription medications can affect your tinnitus.

The main categories are:

  • Pain relievers
  • Anti-depressants
  • Antibiotics
  • Acne treatment
  • Blood pressure medications
  • Anti-malarial drugs

There are many things that can cause tinnitus.

This list goes through over 30 including:

  • 12 Physical causes
  • 4 Brain triggers
  • 5 Food, drugs, medications
  • 3 Heart-related problems
  • 9 Diseases

Many studies prove that smoking and vaping affect tinnitus.

Learn how smoking affects tinnitus and how vaping has been reported to also worsen or trigger tinnitus.

Researchers found many ways it is affected:

  • Narrowing your blood vessels and increases your blood pressure
  • Irritating your ears
  • The chemical nicotine is a stimulant- which makes the ringing sound worse
  • Damaging cells in your inner ears

There are several steps you can take to make sure you get a good sleep - even with tinnitus.

Start a healthy sleep routine, including:

  • Light exercise
  • Lowering your room temperature
  • Dimming your lights
  • Staying away from all screens for an hour or two before bed
  • Use aromatherapy, like lavender, to help you relax

Avoid things like:

  • Caffeine
  • Alcohol
  • Ear plugs
  • Long naps
  • Heavy snacking

When you can't sleep, you can try:

  • Getting up for a little while
  • Jotting down your thoughts
  • Some light stretching
  • Using natural sleep aids, like melatonin

Almost half of all tinnitus patients also deal with high levels of anxiety.

There are 9 scientifically proven ways to reduce your anxiety

One of them is to drink green tea or take a green tea extract supplement (theanine).

Green tea has shown in studies to help with:

  • Reducing stress and anxiety
  • Clearing your mind and relaxing
  • Giving you better sleep
  • Improving diseases like cancer and heart issues
  • Boosting your immune system and fighting viruses
  • Calming your nerves and helping you lose weight