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Ketamine Tinnitus

Written by AudioNotch Team on March 30, 2018


Please note: the following information does not constitute professional medical advice, and is provided for general informational purposes only. Please speak to your doctor if you have tinnitus.

With one in five Americans suffering from chronic ringing in the ears, better known as tinnitus, there’s no doubt this is a condition that greatly affects millions of individuals each and every day. From preventing people from holding down a job or enjoying numerous activities with their family and friends, tinnitus is a condition that up until recently had few effective treatment options. However, based on recent research and clinical trials, it has … Continue Reading

An App That Can Help You With Meditation

Written by AudioNotch Team on May 29, 2014

Categories: Tinnitus

Here on AudioNotch, I’ve blogged in the past about how meditation can help you with your tinnitus. I just wanted to point out two resources that can help you meditate.

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Meditating with Tinnitus

Written by AudioNotch Team on April 29, 2014

Categories: Treatment Review

Below is an excerpt from a great article written by a tinnitus sufferer on how to meditate with tinnitus. As a tinnitus sufferer herself, the author can speak to the difficult daily reality of a person suffering from tinnitus. I think this another example of why the internet is such a powerful advocacy tool for people with tinnitus – we often feel isolated and that no one understands our suffering. Connecting with others in a similar plight online can alleviate this feeling of alienation and isolation. This advice also lines up with other advice that I’ve given on the … Continue Reading

Tinnitus and Meditation

Written by AudioNotch Team on May 25, 2012

Categories: Tinnitus

I make an effort to meditate daily for a variety of health reasons. Meditation has been shown to yield structural changes in the brain that help us to deal with stress and to improve our emotional regulation. There’s a movement sweeping across North America right now which is advocating mindfulness meditation, a meditation practice that involves coming into the present moment as much as possible.

I personally have found meditation to be the best habit that I’ve ever introduced (apart from regular exercise). I have also found it to be useful in aiding me in coping with my remaining tinnitus. National Public … Continue Reading