Methods that can help your tinnitus
Have you ever felt frustrated, overwhelmed or hopeless as a result of tinnitus? You're not alone! Many people are affected and suffer from this condition, but there is hope. In this blog post, we will review various methods and treatments to manage symptoms and promote positive thoughts and feelings.
In a blog post, the audiologist company Treble Health has written down some tools that can help you reduce the stress and suffering around your tinnitus.
Cognitive behavioral techniques are a popular treatment for these conditions and can be very effective in helping patients manage their symptoms. Some of the goals of CBT are:
- Target specific thoughts and core beliefs that are unconstructive
- Try to help people with tinnitus/hyperacusis reduce their negative appraisals of situations and help them develop more adaptive behavioral changes
- Help people with tinnitus/hyperacusis develop ways to change behaviors and cognitions in response to tinnitus
All 3 goals are expected to lead to more positive emotional outcomes.
Group counseling can be another good option for tinnitus and hyperacusis sufferers, as it provides a supportive environment where you can share your experiences with others going through similar challenges. Deep breathing exercises and biofeedback techniques can also help reduce stress levels and promote relaxation.
Another effective method for positive thoughts, feelings and mindsets is the use of the STOP method. STOP defines:
S- Set a goal or intention for the day
T- Take a few deep breaths
O- Observe your thoughts and feelings without judgment
P- Put things in perspective
P- Continue with kindness and compassion towards yourself
Mindfulness-based stress reduction
Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) is a form of mindfulness meditation that is often used to help people manage stress, anxiety, and pain. MBSR has been shown to be effective in reducing tinnitus and the emotional effects it can have on people. Tinnitus is a common condition that causes a ringing or buzzing sound in the ears. It can be annoying and can sometimes interfere with sleep and concentration. The condition can also cause anxiety and depression.
MBSR can help reduce the symptoms of tinnitus by teaching people how to focus their attention on the present moment and to pay attention to their thoughts and feelings. The exercise can help reduce stress and anxiety and increase relaxation. There is no cure for tinnitus, but MBSR can help make the condition more manageable. If you suffer from tinnitus, consider talking to your doctor about MBSR.
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