With tinnitus, some days are better than others. The noises in your ears might fluctuate and get louder on some days and quieter on others, or you might just find yourself unable to tune out your tinnitus on particularly stressful days. Thankfully, there are a few known causes for these frustrating tinnitus flare ups, and the science tells us there are a few things you can do to try to stabilize your symptoms and keep your tinnitus at bay.
Tinnitus Guide: https://www.hearingtracker.com/tinnitus
01:00 What Is a Tinnitus Spike?
02:15 Tinnitus and Loud Sound
04:02 Tinnitus and Anxiety, Stress and Depression
06:33 Tinnitus and Wax
06:49 Tinnitus and Medication
07:17 Tinnitus and Food & Drink
08:30 Tinnitus and Smoking
09:36 Tinnitus and Sleep Deprivation & Insomnia
10:50 Tinnitus and High Blood Pressure
11:26 How to Identify Tinnitus Spikes
12:20 When to See a Doctor About Your Tinnitus
How to Reduce Your Tinnitus: https://youtu.be/0t8PY5JhSYY
Matthew Allsop is the Video Content Manager at Hearingtracker.com. He practices from his London-based practice, Harley Street Hearing. You can get in touch on email@example.com regarding new content ideas or to become a patient.