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TweetTinnitus is more noticeable in a very serene or quiet environment such as in the bedroom at night. It is important that any sound used is low level and non-intrusive so that you can still hear the tinnitus whilst using the low level noise, as the brain cannot filter out something it cannot hear. You may not hear your tinnitus if you are listening to music and radio or if you are watching television. Another source of sound enrichment is the FM radio static (the hissing sound heard when the radio is between stations). The bedside and table-top sound generators are fitted with timers which enable them to automatically go off when you are asleep.
If you find it difficult to sleep at night, listening to a relaxing and soothing sound will help you a great deal. They generate a constant white noise which is a gentle rushing sound that is just like that of a radio tuned off-station (static). The wearable sound generators are like small hearing aids that can be worn behind the ear or in the ear.
In sound enrichment, the sound used is low level and non-intrusive such that you can still hear the tinnitus whilst using the low level noise.
On the other hand, tinnitus masking is the process of adding natural or artificial sound into a tinnitus sufferer’s environment in order to suppress or mask the tinnitus sound. Tinnitus masking is not really a form of tinnitus treatment; it can however give you some relief in the short term. Generally speaking, it has been argued that it is counter-productive to completely mask tinnitus as this may prevent habituation. I had actually never heard of Tinnitus before, but it sounds like something that might be pretty common.
Since you now hear ringing sound in your ears, I will advise that you take appropriate step at managing and treating it once and for all.


I have been dealing with tinnitus for the last 10 years and have never heard of sound enrichment. Sound enrichment (therapy) has been in existence for a long time; it is the best way to adapt (habituate) to tinnitus. Please try some sound enrichment and give me your feedback as I am interested in your case and I wish to follow up on it. You may also wish to read my review on tinnitus treatment products, especially my top recommendation, the tinnitus miracle.
Concerning the ringing in your ear, I will advice that you consult your doctor for a proper examination to find out if there is an underlying cause or not. Recent Commentsadmin on Ways To Prevent Tinnitusdonald on Ways To Prevent Tinnitusadmin on The Link Between Tinnitus and Foodjazzy323 on The Link Between Tinnitus and Foodadmin on Do you know why tinnitus is sometimes referred to as “The Club Disease”? ZEN tinnitus relief - Widex for professionalsThis website uses cookies for remembering your choices and for web statistics. Listening to other sounds can make tinnitus become less intrusive.  A conscious effort to use any sound to reduce the awareness of tinnitus is known as sound enrichment or sound therapy. It is believed that habituation, which is learning to live with or adapt to tinnitus, is often best achieved by using sound enrichment at a level that is a bit lower than your tinnitus. These include wind in the trees, sound of rainfall, waves breaking on the seashore, noises from a busy office, sounds from birds and traffic noise. They supply soothing sounds at the touch of a button and the volume can be adjusted to suit your hearing. When kept on a low volume, this can also help to distract you from your tinnitus in case you wake up in the middle of the night or in the early hours, when everywhere is quiet. They generate and emit broad-band or narrow-band noise at low levels to mask the presence of tinnitus. A more effective approach may be to provide sound masking at a level just below the perceived intensity of the tinnitus signal.


The sounds of tinnitus include ringing, buzzing, humming, grinding, hissing, whistling and sizzling.
My own self treatment has consisted of nothing more than turning up the TV, or blasting the fan on high at night so I can sleep without the annoying ringing that never quite goes away!
As rightly pointed out in the post,continued use of tinnitus masking can inhibit habituation.
In most cases if the underlying cause can be identified and treated, the ringing will stop. This helps the patient become less aware of the tinnitus signal as the brain’s sound filtering mechanism adapts and adjusts to accept the signal as normal.
Similarly, mere opening of your window can also be a source of sound enrichment, ditto the ticking clock and the fan in your room.
Some are free and can be downloaded from many websites onto your mp3 players, mobile phones or other portable devices.
There are some sound generators, mp3 and CD players that can be plugged into a sound pillow or pillow speaker, such that the sound they produce are inaudible to your spouse or other people in the room.
Now that I think about it I always get a ringing in my ear and in order for it to stop I have to press down on it for a few seconds and the ringing will stop. I never really researched it to see what it might be but you explain everything excellently. Whatever it is, the most important thing is for you to have a variety of sounds that will suit your mood and the degree of stimulation you desire. The use of random, soothing harmonic tones enables ZEN to help your clients take control of their tinnitus.Read the WIDEXPRESS articleTHE ZEN PROGRAMThe ZEN program is available in all current Widex Hearing Aids, providing effective tinnitus relief regardless of the client's hearing loss.



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