Cognitive therapy is counseling that is designed to help you Hearing X3 Review deal with this condition better so you don't become as stressed or depressed over your condition making it worse. Drug therapy is one method of reducing the sounds caused by tinnitus. There are a few drugs such as antihistamines, nortriptyline and Xanax that have helped to relieve tinnitus but there no drugs made to work especially for this condition. Sometimes using a combination of the treatments listed above will help to relieve tinnitus. There are also several alternative treatments used for tinnitus such as taking zinc, magnesium, B vitamins and ginkgo biloba. Hypnosis, acupuncture and even magnets have been used to help relieve the symptoms of tinnitus.
There is no proof these alternative methods work but some people have reported having success when using them. Since tinnitus is not a disease but a symptom created by another condition the first step is to try and locate the source of the problem. If the source is located then treating that condition may help to eliminate the tinnitus or at least reduce the symptoms For instance, if the tinnitus is caused by a specific medication then changing or eliminating that medicine should stop the symptoms you are experiencing. If your tinnitus is caused from high blood pressure then keeping this medical condition under control will help to stop or reduce the noise being heard. Controlling your stress levels and proper diet and exercise has proven beneficial for many people with tinnitus.
The best cure for tinnitus is prevention. The better care you take of your ears and your overall health the lower your risks will be for developing tinnitus. Always wear ear protection when around loud noises whether you are at work or doing something you enjoy like hunting or going to a concert Avoid excessive amounts of aspirin along with stimulants such as caffeine, nicotine and coffee. Eating healthy meals alone with getting enough exercise and rest can also help to prevent or relieve the symptoms of tinnitus.