What relieves and what aggravates tinnitus?

What relieves tinnitus?

Laughter
Relaxation
Body-based activities
Baths
Showers
Focussing on a candle, fire
Enjoyment
Love
Awareness
Clarity
Understanding
Warmth
Affection
Being listened to
Caring
Eating well in good company
Friends
Calming music
Sound of water, wind, rain
Sound of kids playing, laughter
Chilled radio station
Foot massage
Hobbies
Enjoyable work
Life-affirming film
Tear-jerker
Having a good cry
Comedy
Day-dreaming
Playing
Swimming
Meditating
Yoga
tai chi
pilates
Alexander therapy
Massage
Craniosacral therapy
Psychotherapy
A good night’s sleep
Going on holiday
Clear relationship boundaries
Body-based focussing
Exploring new things
Feeling safe and secure
Feeling supported
Belonging to a group
Making new friends
Physical contact
Being moved
The natural world
Inspiring others
Being inspired by others
Pets
Healthy living
Making love
Stillness
Allowing awareness to open
Studying something new
Art or craft
Slow calm activities
Being by a river
Lying in a hammock
Siestas
Falling asleep during the day-time
Focusing on eating when you eat
Burning lavender, rose, neroli oil
Getting away from it all
Downtime
Spiritual practice
Contemplation
Soaking up Amazing views
Appreciating the basics of life
Half-full not half-empty
Tickling each other
Helping others
Being generous
Downsizing to a realistic amount
Respecting self and others
Good stories
Being honest and open
Not needing to achieve
Being good enough
Connecting to the larger picture
Feeling grateful
Being allowed to make mistakes
Letting things be
Steady regular exercise
Clear identity
Personal space
Privacy
Managing change gently
Looking after yourself lovingly
Letting things be
Living through the body

What aggravates tinnitus?

Needing to achieve
Being overambitious
Never good enough
Bombarding the mind with TV
Too much stimulation
Being a perfectionist
Being too meticulous
Anger
Frustration
Overwork
Bad night’s sleep
Over-excitement
Alcohol
Coffee
Sugar
Chocolate
Salt
Clubbing, loud concerts
Recreational drugs
Watching the news
Receiving Bad news
Needy clingy people
Being dumped on
Too much pressure
Aggression
Anxiety
Fear
Guilt
Overwork
Money problems
Court cases
Divorces
Relationship stress
Moving house
Surgical operations
Some medication
Bereavement
Emotional trauma
Physical trauma
Mental trauma
Spiritual crisis
Overwhelm
Threatening behaviour
Loud noise
Horror/gory films
Doom & gloom
Bottling things up
Loneliness
Rage
Head colds
Accidents
Anaesthetics
Taking on too much
Casual adrenal sex
Feeling unloved
Unclear boundaries with people
Unexpressed emotion
Unresolved childhood patterns
Shock
Eating rubbish
Chronic tiredness
Masses and crowds
Too much visual stimulation
Electronic lifestyles
Lack of human contact
Driving
High speed activities
Dangerous sports
Extreme cold or heat
Hunger
Irregular eating habits
Spite
Revenge
Beating yourself up
Forcing things
Drastic sudden change
Blaming others
Narrow-mindedness
No exercise
Being taken over
Invaded personal space
Living in your thoughts
Acoustic Nerve damage
Acoustic Neuroma
Physical Trauma
Blow to the head
Clenching teeth
Jutting Jaw
TMJ problems
Dental trauma
Listening out too much

2 thoughts on “What relieves and what aggravates tinnitus?

  1. jason floore

    Here’s the article:
    Onion Juice
    A very popular home treatment is to put 2-3 drops of onion
    juice into each ear with an eye dropper. Hold the juice in for
    approximately 30 minutes with cotton balls. This treatment
    has proven effective for many people, and the relief comes
    immediately. The best part is that it is a very inexpensive
    treatment option, and can be re-applied anytime you start to
    notice your tinnitus symptoms coming back.




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