Man gets tinnitus relief with hearing aids.

Tinnitus is not new. But perhaps it’s new to you, like a noisy used car you can’t return. A constant ringing or buzzing is normally how tinnitus is experienced but not always. The sound can be, at times, very loud. Symptoms differ substantially, but here’s the point: you are probably searching for new ways of dealing with your tinnitus if it’s something that’s troubling you.

In that, you’re lucky because while tinnitus doesn’t yet have an overall cure, there are a few new treatments that can help you manage symptoms. Some of those therapies even involve your tongue.

Most Recent Approaches to Tinnitus

Arguably the newest tinnitus therapy that we’ve seen appears to offer quite a bit of promise, even if it seems a little strange initially. Both the tongue and the ear are stimulated with this device designed at the Trinity School of Medicine in Dublin. Bi-modal neurostimulation is the technical term for this technique.

According to the first tests of this device, the results were pretty impressive. Most individuals received treatments for twelve weeks or so. Those same people noted a significant reduction in their tinnitus symptoms, and the results continued for up to twelve months. But until the testing phase is complete it won’t be publicly available.

How Can I Get Tinnitus Relief Now?

Of course, it takes a while for technology to go from research and development to patient availability. So maybe you’re curious about what can be done now to help manage your tinnitus.

Luckily, there are some newer tinnitus management devices on the market today. And one of the best new ways to manage tinnitus is something you’ve probably already heard of: your hearing aid.

Here’s the way it works:

Your hearing aid can provide you with something else to listen to. One reason why tinnitus is more noticeable as you lose your hearing is that the stays loud while everything else gets quieter. A hearing aid can boost the volume on the rest of the audio spectrum. That doesn’t change the volume of your tinnitus, but it might make the ringing less noticeable.

There is a noise masking device comparable to a modern hearing aid. If your hearing loss is relatively mild, then a masking device might be the best way to treat your symptoms. A hearing aid has a similar appearance to a masking device. And masking technology can be combined with modern hearing aids. Your tinnitus symptoms can be obscured by sounds produced by this kind of technology. Sometimes this will be a tone, in other situations, it may be some white noise. Whatever is going to best hide the ringing in your ears.

Of course, this is only a starting point. We can help you choose the best choice for you so call us for a consultation.

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