Tinnitus and treatment

Introduction on Tinnitus
In our days, physicians give wrong information to their patients, telling them that there is no cure or that they must learn to live with this problem. Although there is actually no cure for many types of tinnitus, something similar to many other diseases including cancer, there are different methods of treatment of tinnitus, often petychenoun a satisfactory result and provide significant relief in these individuals.
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Tinnitus can be classified into mild tinnitus and severe. The mild form is sometimes perceived by the patient or only occasionally when in a quiet environment and usually does not pose a particular problem. The severe form a very annoying symptom, which often affects the quality of life of the patient. In some patients, tinnitus can be associated with hyperacusis (reduced tolerance to sounds), which is also a very disturbing symptom.
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In the majority of patients suffering from tinnitus coexists one hearing, although many other factors and clinical conditions may be responsible for this symptom. In one study, 75% of patients with tinnitus were averaged hearing loss 30 dB between frequencies of 3 to 8 kHz. The frequency of tinnitus is usually the frequency of hearing loss. Exposure to noise is a common cause of tinnitus. Other causes are: presbycusis, the disease of Menière, chronic otitis, the otosclerosis, acoustic neuromas, the head injuries, and injuries of the cervical spine.
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Tinnitus can also be a symptom of temporomandibular joint dysfunction, combined with the existence of ear fullness sensation, pain / discomfort, tenderness when pressure in the affected joint.


The positive attitude and support the physician is crucial. Negative comments like "There's nothing that can be done and you must learn to live with it", they have no place, are contraindicated and condemned. This unacceptable expression of the doctor often has one incredibly negative impact on these patients and may result in further frustration, depression and worsening of tinnitus.


Patients should understand that depression reduces the threshold of perception of tinnitus and that effective treatment not only makes them feel better, but often reduces the perception of tinnitus.


Patients with recent onset tinnitus should be informed that the symptom is reduced in intensity more often over time, and that only a small proportion of cases persists or increases in intensity. Many patients are very concerned, because they think that they suffer from a serious illness, such as a brain tumor or feel fully lose their hearing.


Avoid taking medications containing acetylsalicylic acid and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory. Also useful are ichokalypsis techniques at home, such as a efygrantiras room light music or the setting of the needle between the radio channels, and producing a broadband noise.


The two most widely used techniques for the treatment of tinnitus today is ichokalypsi (masking) and the retraining therapy for tinnitus (Tinnitus retraining therapy - TRT). The first technique applied by Dr. Vernon, while the second from Dr. Jastreboff. Below is a summary s these techniques, and a description of other techniques mentioned in the literature.

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