Contact us to get a full evaluation. Online resources and research are great. But to really find out what’s going on with your tinnitus, you need a full evaluation. Depending on the outcome, there may be ways of reducing or even eliminating the symptoms. Commonly, many people have to learn to live with their symptoms, but there are usually some good strategies for managing the problem.
The good news is that many treatment and management options are available. For most people, tinnitus is not noticeable as long as there are other sounds to keep their attention. Many who have tinnitus use a fan or bedside noise-maker during the night to help mask the sounds and other symptoms they suffer from. When the tinnitus is associated with a hearing loss, then hearing aids are often the most effective form of tinnitus treatment/management.
A tinnitus sound therapy system called “Levo” has recently arrived on the market. It works by slowly acclimating your brain to the unique tinnitus noise you suffer with. This acclimation process works best at night. This is because after you go to sleep, your brain naturally habituates background noise. The Levo system takes advantage of this ability by reducing the intrusiveness of tinnitus sounds to that of mild background noise.
To learn more about this system, please call, contact us or visit the Levo site.