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Tinnitus Counselling And Management

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Tinnitus, usually known as ‘ringing in the ears,’ is faced by most individuals at one or another time. However, if you experience Tinnitus for longer, you must visit our clinic for Tinnitus Counselling and Management.

What is Tinnitus? 

Tinnitus is when an individual hears an unwanted sound coming from no external source in their head or ears. This sound is usually classified as a ringing sound. However, an individual might also hear a rushing, buzzing, or cicada sound in this situation. Some individuals experience Tinnitus occasionally or intermittently, while others go through it constantly. It is a concerning, annoying, and disturbing issue. Hence, seeking professional help for its management is essential to lead a normal life.  

Tinnitus is grouped into two classes-  

  1. Tonal Tinnitus- It is a more common Tinnitus; in this, the person hears near-continuous or overlapping sounds resembling whistling, buzzing, or ringing. A fixed-frequency sound defines tonal Tinnitus.  
  1. Non-Tonal Tinnitus- This kind of Tinnitus is identified by rumbling, humming, crackling, and clicking sounds.   

What causes Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is known to be a symptom of numerous other ear health issues. As a result, it can be caused due to several reasons. Some of these are- 

  • High-stress or extreme trauma 
  • Growth of tumour that presses against the hearing nerve
  • Otosclerosis 
  • Meniere’s Disease 
  • Certain medications 
  • Pressing of wax against eardrum 
  • Long periods of exposure to loud noises 

Tinnitus Management at SoundLife Hearing

Tinnitus can be bothersome and disturb a person’s daily life. Hence, it becomes crucial to reduce it. It is what Tinnitus Management does. Several therapy methods are used for Tinnitus Management. Some of the most effective therapy methods that we use at SoundLife Hearing are- 

Static Noise Therapy

In this therapy, we use hearing devices with a Tinnitus noisier function. These devices generate soft, gentle sounds in the ears to distract you from the annoying Tinnitus. These gentle sounds used in Static Noise Therapy are soft therapy signals.  

Modulated Noise Therapy

Modulated Noise Therapy uses tuned therapy signals to cover up the annoying Tinnitus sounds. This reduces the impact of Tinnitus and distracts the person from it. Modulated Noise Therapy is especially effective for people with stress.  

Notch Therapy

Notch Therapy is quite different from the other two methods. It does not use other acoustic stimuli to reduce the impact of Tinnitus. It is inaudible and reduces Tinnitus annoyance by working in the background.  

Tinnitus is often accompanied by hearing loss. Hence, early-stage management is crucial to prevent your condition from worsening. Sound life Hearing values you and understands your concerns. Our therapies for Tinnitus Management aim to make your journey to better hearing convenient.  

We start the management with counselling to know everything about your issue and find the best solution based on it. The counselling is followed by hearing tests to discover the underlying conditions causing Tinnitus. After the Hearing Assessment, we help you with Tinnitus Management using the best-suited therapy for your condition and help you live a better life.   

If you hear continuous sounds in your ears or head and have been experiencing this for some time now, contact us.  


Book your Hearing Assessment today.

Health never comes second. Hence, if you feel difficulty hearing or the people near you believe your hearing capacity has degraded, please book an appointment with us immediately. A Hearing Assessment done in the early stages helps minimize the effects of hearing loss. Additionally, it will help us detect the issue early and, eventually, allow us to provide you with timely treatment and hearing solutions.

So, if you wish to stop asking people to repeat and get your hearing back to normal, a Hearing Assessment appointment is your first step. Contact our support team today to book your Hearing Assessment.

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