Can tinnitus go away?
An unexpected tinnitus beep can have several different causes, but can this go away on its own?
In some cases, tinnitus can disappear by itself after a short or long time. It depends on what the cause is.
If it is due to a single sound that was harmfully loud, such as an explosion, it may disappear when the ear has healed from the injury. It can take up to six months.
If tinnitus is due to tension in the jaw, head or neck, it can go away or be alleviated through physical therapy, relaxation exercises and massage.
If it does not go away on its own, there are treatments that can help you reduce the disturbing experience of the sound and develop strategies for the problems it causes.
It can be, for example, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
or tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT) which includes sound stimulation.
Tinnitus can come on quickly, for example after being exposed to a loud noise or after waking up from a deep sleep, or after bathing. This kind of ringing or hissing usually goes away on its own after a few minutes or hours, and is usually not a sign of anything serious.
What causes tinnitus?
The most common are loud noises. It can be from music at a concert, traffic, machines, tools or weapons. such loud noises can damage the tiny hair cells in the inner ear that convert sound waves into nerve signals. When the hair cells become damaged or overloaded, they can send incorrect signals to the brain that are interpreted as sound.
Other causes of tinnitus tinnitus:
- Wax plugs or foreign objects in the ear
- Ear infections or inflammations
- Allergies or colds
- Blood pressure changes
- Stress or fatigue
- Certain medicines such as aspirin, ibuprofen or caffeine
- Alcohol or nicotine
How can you avoid temporary tinnitus?
The best way to prevent it is to protect your hearing from loud noises. You can do this by:
- Use hearing protection such as earplugs or earmuffs when in noisy environments
- Turn down the volume on your music player, TV or radio
- Avoid listening to music with headphones for long periods of time
- Take breaks from sound sources and give your ears a rest
- Clean your ears regularly and gently with a damp cotton ball or an ear syringe
- Check your health and treat any conditions that may affect your hearing
- Adjust your lifestyle and try to reduce stress, eat healthy, exercise regularly and get enough sleep
We want to change and improve!
We at Duearity want to improve the quality of life for people who suffer from tinnitus and give them hope and opportunities to enjoy life. Therefore, we have created a medical device that can be used at any time of the day, as tinnitus can vary greatly from person to person in terms of treatment and relief times.
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