Relief from Tinnitus

The 'Widex Zen, Tinnitus Management' app is packed full of information and resources to help you manage your tinnitus. Download it free from the app store!

What is tinnitus?

Tinnitus is not a disease, but a symptom arising from a range of underlying causes. Tinnitus is one of the most common conditions that people experience – approximately 18% of Australians have tinnitus at some point in their lives.

Tinnitus is often described as ringing in the ears, buzzing or humming noises but it can be experienced differently from person to person. What you’re hearing is sounds generated by your nervous system, or by your brain. 
Tinnitus has also been associated with ear infections, earwax and sensory nerve disorders. Tinnitus can be triggered by a number of different things, but it is most often caused by loud noise that damages the delicate cells of the inner ear. Alternately, stress, high blood pressure and even excessive earwax can set off tinnitus.

What may be affecting your tinnitus?

Some days your tinnitus may be worse than it is on other days. That could be because you are tired or stressed. Other factors that may be affecting your tinnitus include excessive consumption of alcohol, can trigger tinnitus.Smoking narrows the blood vessels that bring oxygen to the sensory cells of your ears.
High doses of aspirin and NSID pain relievers are a known trigger for tinnitus, as are some antibiotics and anti-depressants. High blood pressure can increase tinnitus symptoms, so people with tinnitus should cut down on salt.
And lastly your beloved cuppa and morning coffee might be one of the culprits too. Coffee, dark tea, cola, and energy drinks all contain caffeine, and people with tinnitus say eliminating them helps control tinnitus.
Think you have tinnitus?
The first step is to talk to a professional. 

Get in touch with us and our experienced audiologists to talk you through the process of managing tinnitus. 

We are offer a free, no-obligation counselling session so come in and hear how we can help. 
Managing tinnitus
It is important to learn about tinnitus and what might trigger it. 

Counselling with hearing healthcare professionals can help you deal with the effects of tinnitus.
Tinnitus relief
A common myth is that there’s nothing you can do about tinnitus. 

Rather, there are many therapies and products such as the ‘Widex Zen Tinnitus Management’ app with information and resources to help you manage tinnitus. 

Download it on the app store for free.

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Widex ZEN Tinnitus Management

Widex Zen Therapy is a comprehensive tinnitus management program. It consists of four components that can be tailored to your individually needs including counselling which, helps individuals change the negative interpretation of tinnitus.

Amplification can be used to stimulate the ears and brain to reduce the contrast between the surrounding sounds and the tinnitus. Other components include relaxation and fractal tones which are designed to provide relaxation and may also be used as sound therapy tool.

The Widex Zen - Tinnitus Management app can be used to avoid complete silence and so reducing your focus on the tinnitus. It can also be used for meditation and relaxation purposes. The app is available to download for free from the App Store and Google Play.