Tinnitus Treatment

Tinnitus Treatment – Tinnitus is a noise or ringing in the ears. It is a common problem and isn’t a condition itself but a symptom of an underlying condition like age-related hearing loss, ear injury or a circulatory system disorder. It is the unwanted perception of sound and can affect one or both of your ears.

Digital noise generators that produce a “healthy”, comfortable and discreet buzzing at the hearing threshold; this way the perception of the tinnitus is pushed into the background and one learns to overhear it with time. The optimum adjustment of the system accompanies each and every step you make during the retraining to near complete relief of the tinnitus phenomenon.

Tinnitus Treatment Through the HD technology, there is a support in the area of the hearing reduction you naturally perceive everyday noises more and the tinnitus less. In quiet phases of the day the noise generator can be switched on which supports the adaption and tinnitus compensation process.

Most of the time, tinnitus improves slowly over time owing to a process called habituation wherein the brain learns to get used to tinnitus. There are various therapies and techniques available to try that can help achieve this.


Understanding tinnitus plays an important part in learning how to cope with the condition and manage it more effectively.

Tinnitus counselling is a type of therapy where a healthcare professional will help learn more about tinnitus and find ways of coping with it. It’s usually carried out by hearing therapists, audiologists (hearing disorder specialists) or doctors.

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)


Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is often used to treat mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression. It’s based on the idea that thoughts affect the way one behaves.

Changing the way one thinks about tinnitus can help reduce anxiety which after a while may become less noticeable. 

Tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT)


Tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT) is a special type of therapy that aims to help retrain the way your brain responds to tinnitus so you start to tune the sound out and become less aware of it. The therapy involves a combination of more intensive sound therapy and long-term counselling.

Treating tinnitus 


Tinnitus Treatment – If tinnitus is caused by an underlying health condition, treating the condition will help stop or reduce the sounds you hear.

For example, if tinnitus is caused by earwax, eardrops or ear irrigation involving pressurized flow of water to remove the earwax.

However, in most cases a cause for tinnitus can’t be found, so treatments will be used to help manage the problem on a daily basis. These are described below.

Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential (VEMP)


VEMP testing helps evaluate whether certain vestibular organs and associated nerves are functioning normally. Responses in this test are measured from different muscles in the neck and around the eyes. VEMP testing uses adhesive, skin surface electrodes (like ENG or some rotational tests) and earphones (like those used during a hearing test). High intensity sound given through the earphones, the vestibular organs are stimulated and activate muscle responses, and electrodes record the results

Sound therapy


Tinnitus Treatment – Tinnitus is often most noticeable in quiet environments. The aim of Tinnitus training therapy is to fill any silence with neutral sounds to distract you from the sound of tinnitus.

This may involve simple measures such as opening a window to hear noises coming from outside, leaving a radio or television on.