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Specific treatment for tinnitus will be determined by your physician based on:
Currently, there is no known cure for tinnitus. However, experts suggest trying one of the following to find relief:
Hearing aids - may benefit some people with tinnitus who have hearing loss. Using a hearing aid may help some people with tinnitus by making some sounds louder.
Maskers - provide help for some individuals by making tinnitus less noticeable. This small electronic device creates sound that may make the ringing or roaring seem softer.
Medications - may ease tinnitus by addressing a problem related to the condition.
Tinnitus retraining therapy - uses a combination of counseling and maskers. Otolaryngologists and audiologists can help a person learn how to deal with the tinnitus.
Counseling - offers a person with tinnitus the opportunity to meet with a counselor or support group.
Relaxing - provides relief for some people as stress may make tinnitus worse.
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