Tinnitus Treatment: 5 Strategies to Relieve the Ringing and Tackle Its Main Cause
One of the primary culprits behind tinnitus that is often overlooked is muscle tension, specifically in the masseter muscle. This muscle is used when we chew or bite down and can become chronically tight in people who grind their teeth. Other muscle groups in the neck and shoulders can also contribute to tinnitus, especially if poor posture is involved. By learning to stretch these muscles and maintain good posture, you can significantly reduce your tinnitus symptoms and improve your overall well-being.
In this article and attached video, we’ll explore five self-help techniques that can help you manage tinnitus and reduce the ringing in your ears.
By incorporating these tools into your daily routine, you can take control of your tinnitus and find relief from its symptoms.
So, let’s dive in and discover the top five techniques that can assist with tinnitus management and provide relief. Whether you’re experiencing mild or severe tinnitus, these simple yet effective techniques can help you reduce the ringing in your ears and improve your quality of life.
Auditory Region/Temporal Massage
V Massage Acupressure Points
Hope these techniques are helpful. If you’re still struggling with tinnitus, seek the guidance of our Physiotherapists at EastWest Physiotherapy Burnaby. Our experienced team can assess your condition and develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses your unique needs and goals.