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Use these three tips to stop your tinnitus coming back

by , 20 August 2014

Tinnitus is uncomfortable, frustrating and just downright unpleasant. It ruins your concentration and interferes with everyday life!

And while it's a bothersome condition that may keep coming back, there are ways you can protect your ears and prevent it from doing this.

Use these tips to keep tinnitus from coming back to bother you...

Don't let tinnitus be the reason you can’t live your life the way you want! Use these tips to keep your ears healthy

 
1.         Keep your ears safe from loud noises. Nowadays, all the noises around you have the potential to cause tinnitus. Not only do you listen to loud music in your car everyday, you listen to music through your earphones while you work too. Then after work, you go to the gym and either drown out the general noise with your own loud booming music or you're in a class where you can hardly hear yourself think the music is so loud.
         
So instead of letting the music you love cause you to develop ringing in your ears, turn it down, wear cotton buds in your ears when the music is too loud in the gym and generally consider the health of your ears in every noisy situation.
 
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2.         Your habits can cause tinnitus too. Drinking caffeine, alcohol and smoking affects your ears too. So if you find that these cause tinnitus, cut back and see what the effect is.
 
3.         If you're overweight, you might also be more prone to tinnitus, says WebMD.com. So be sure to watch your weight, get regular exercise and eat the right types of nutritious foods.
 
It's a simple case of dietary and habits changes that can lower your risk of suffering from permanent and frustrating tinnitus. Use these tips to ensure it doesn't come back to bother you. 

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