Tinnitus treatment

There are many ways you can help manage your tinnitus so you can focus on living life with joy and comfort. Below you can learn about effective management techniques that can help ease your tinnitus symptoms.

What are the most effective treatments for tinnitus?

1. Sound therapy
Soothing ocean-like sounds, for example, can help dull tinnitus sounds and make it less noticeable in quiet environments.
2. Hearing aids
Can shift your focus away from your tinnitus to the sounds around you. Some devices also have built-in sound therapy for additional relief.
3. Relaxation & mindfulness
Yoga and meditation have been proven to be particularly effective in relieving tinnitus symptoms.
4. Professional therapy
Mental health specialists use modalities, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, to help with tinnitus and improve quality of life.1
5. Hearing protection
Earplugs, for example, can offer ear protection in noisy situations and help prevent your tinnitus symptoms from intensifying. 

What is the latest treatment for tinnitus?

For many, sound amplification (through hearing aid use) effectively manages tinnitus symptoms.

Sound therapy is also a helpful tool, and certain hearing aids come with a built-in program for it. While sound cannot eliminate tinnitus, it can make your tinnitus less noticeable and help shift your attention away from it. Together with your hearing care expert, you can find the sound therapy that provides the most relief.

Hearing aids for tinnitus Causes of tinnitus

Treating tinnitus with Tinnitus SoundSupportâ„¢

Oticon hearing aids with Tinnitus SoundSupportâ„¢ can help you take control of your tinnitus by playing a wide range of soothing relief sounds including ocean-like sounds and white noise.

Using an app, you can choose different sounds and adjust them until they give the relief you need. You can also stream your favorite music, audiobooks, podcasts, or even relaxation guides.

Book an appointment to demo our hearing aid models with tinnitus features. At Audika, we're also always here to help you tailor your hearing aids and sound therapy programs to suit your personal needs and preferences.

Browse our selection of hearing aids that offer tinnitus features:

Is there a cure for tinnitus?

The short answer: It depends on the cause of your tinnitus, so it's always best to consult your doctor.

If your tinnitus is being caused by something that can be treated, such as a neck injury, your tinnitus can improve once that improves.2

With other causes of tinnitus, such as hearing loss, there isn't a cure. Fortunately, there are very effective options for alleviating the symptoms and preventing further development. Your hearing and well-being go hand-in-hand, so by managing your tinnitus, you can live a more full, present, and joyful life.

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1. Martinez-Devesa P, Perera R, Theodoulou M, Waddell A. Cognitive behavioural therapy for tinnitus. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2010.
2. Cherian, K., Cherian, N., Cook, C., & Kaltenbach, J. A. (2013). Improving tinnitus with mechanical treatment of the cervical spine and jaw. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 24(07), 544-555.