Treating the Underlying Cause of Tinnitus
There are multiple recommended ways of managing the symptoms of Tinnitus. However, as Tinnitus is a condition caused by something else, rather than a disorder in itself, this section looks at treating the underlying cause of Tinnitus.
Tinnitus caused by a build-up of earwax can be alleviated through the use of eardrops or ear irrigation. Ear irrigation involves using a pressurised flow of water to remove the earwax.
Straining to hear makes the symptoms of tinnitus worse, therefore treating hearing loss through fitting a hearing aid for example will not only help you hear better, but should also reduce the symptoms of tinnitus.
Surgery – most people won’t need surgery to treat tinnitus. However, if the tinnitus is caused by a physical problem, for example, a tumour near your ear, your surgeon may recommend having the tumour removed.
GPs may be able to prescribe medicines to treat the underlying cause of tinnitus, for example antibiotics can be prescribed for an ear infection.
Treatment for factors such as anxiety and depression which aggravate the symptoms of Tinnitus may help ease your condition.
High blood pressure can be managed by changes to diet and medication.
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