Tinnitus symptoms are keeping the Care recipient (cr) awake at night information tinnitus is a sensation of noise such as a ringing or roaring in the ear it is caused by a bodily condition such as disturbance of the auditory nerve or wax in the ear tinnitus is typically is of the subjective form which can only be heard by the one affected

Try: Encourage the cr to stay calm because stress can increase tinnitus encourage the cr to review the issues of the day and seek answers to each several hours before going to sleep encourage the cr to eliminate or reduce caffeine alcohol chewing gum high intake of salt encourage the cr to give tinnitus a beautiful name so that he or she can think more positively about it as time passes the cr may think more fondly of it at bedtime turn on the white noise player to distract the cr from the tinnitus and help him or her fall to sleep

Materials: White noise recording and player

Categories: Medical Physical, Personal

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Keywords: Insomnia restless at night ringing in the ears hearing loss

*This information is listed as a Tip and is not explicitly medically licensed

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