What is the Tinnitus Management Plan?

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Do you hear that ringing in your ear? That’s tinnitus, and there’s a way to manage it. Hearing loss is classified in many ways to better understand it. This article will cover a brief explanation of the different classifications, as well a a tinnitus management plan.

Conductive deafness

If the barrier is limited to the curtains or hearing bones, then it is called conductive defense (a kind of deafness). Due to conductive deafness, the curtain of the ear gets ruptured, and it becomes a hole in it, by which the tiny bone of the ear becomes even more subtle, due to which the internal Cannot reach the ear, can achieve. The ear becomes numb, or the sound of evening shakes. The head becomes heavy, or the dizziness can also come.

Sensory neural deafening

If the barrier is in the inner part of the ear or the vein related to hearing, then it is called the censorial neural deafness. Its common symptoms include noise from the ear or different types of sounds and heavy ears, pain in the ear, which can increase due to excessive use of mobile phones, dizziness, mental problems related to personality, etc. Are there. Due to the lack of oxygen in the blood or due to the lack of full development of the ear, the deafness caused by censorial neural deafness, which is hereditary or when the child is late during crying. Apart from this, sound pollution, such as electric noise generators, pressure holes, and pollution from vehicles can also cause deafness. Due to the over-aging of the ear due to age, deafness in the ear comes from time to time. In this situation, the nose, ear, throat specialist should contact soon.

Tinnitus

There is no way to ‘cure’ tinnitus, nor real remedies. There are ways to manage and relieve them.
We know that each person perceives their tinnitus differently. There is no definition of tinnitus that is enough for everyone. The way to treat a tinnitus is also very personal. In general, however, there are 3 ways to mitigate the problem:

Avoid silence

Silence is the great enemy of tinnitus people. The perception of other ambient noises, in fact, reduces the contrast with tinnitus, so that the latter becomes less present and eventually disappears from consciousness.

Change the awareness of tinnitus

If you can change the negative meaning that you associate with tinnitus, you can better understand this sound stimulus. As a result, the subcortical filters recognize the stimulus as a neutral sound, such as the sound of swallowing. We swallow countless times a day without being aware of how much noise it makes. But if you pay attention when you swallow, you hear it. Tinnitus can also reach a stage where you will hear it only if you pay attention.

Relaxation

Relaxation, a hobby, music or sports can accentuate the effect mentioned above because they help to shift your attention. You can also try to focus voluntarily on sounds in your environment, such as a fountain or chirping birds.

If these three remedies do not allow you to relieve the discomfort caused by your tinnitus, it is best to contact a hearing center in your area. The audiologist has tinnitus experience and can help you.

Tinnitus Management Plan

Tinnitus Management Plan has been developed so that tinnitus does not poison the daily lives of people who suffer from it. The treatment can include, among other things, a sound enrichment, through which tinnitus becomes less present

Step 1: Hearing aids

The first step is the testing of hearing aids. In 80% of cases of tinnitus, the patient also suffers from hearing loss. In 60% of cases, conventional equipment will provide sufficient improvement.

Step 2: Tinnitus Balance noise generator and app

If the wearing of a hearing aid is insufficient or too limited, .
Tinnitus Balance app can be an alternative. The noise generator provides continuous sound enrichment, which is primarily essential in very quiet situations.

The Tinnitus Balance app installed on your Smartphone or tablet allows you to compose your library of soothing and enjoyable sounds (crackling a wood fire, rustling a fountain) and relax by listening to them.

Step 3: TRT Team

If your tinnitus remains disabling, you can also talk to our team of tinnitus specialists. For more than ten years, they have been practicing Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT) based on the neurophysiologic model developed by Professor Jastreboff. The TRT team allows you to understand your tinnitus better and offers you a tailor-made accompaniment.

How do I know if I have hearing loss?

At first, a hearing loss is not noticed.
What you hear may seem quite right, even if you already have a small hearing loss. In reality, your brain adapts merely to the new situation and compensates for weak signals from your ears. After a while, your brain forgets how to hear, because it does not remember the sound of words, you become deaf!