Tinnitus Treatment


Understanding Tinnitus: It’s not just ringing in the ears

Tinnitus is commonly associated with a ringing sound in the ears, but it is actually the perception of an auditory sensation that is not present in the external environment. This can manifest in various forms, such as ringing, humming, buzzing, whistling, pulsing, whooshing, clicking, or crackling sounds. If you are experiencing any of these sounds persistently for more than a few days, you may have tinnitus. It’s important to consult an audiologist to determine the cause and find ways to manage the symptoms.

Is Ringing in My Ears Serious?

while usually benign, can sometimes indicate underlying health concerns. For example, a sudden onset of ringing in the ears can be a sign of changes in blood pressure. However, in most cases, tinnitus is temporary and resolves within a few hours. It is important to consult with an audiologist or healthcare professional if you are experiencing tinnitus that persists or is accompanied by other symptoms.

What treatments are available?

The impact of tinnitus can be significant, leading to disruptions in work, social interactions, and the ability to rest and relax. At Vanguard Prescription Hearing Aid Center, we provide advanced and FDA-approved tinnitus treatment options. Many of our patients have reported a significant improvement in their quality of life as a result of our tinnitus treatment approach. Our treatment options may include:

Hearing devices

These devices can provide improvement in hearing as well as masking the tinnitus. Most patients find complete or partial relief from their tinnitus with the use of hearing devices.


These devices, worn similar to hearing aids, produce a continuous low level white noise that suppresses tinnitus. Most effective when used with Tinnitus Retraining Therapy.

White noise machines

These devices produce simulated environmental sounds, such as rain forest or ocean waves, to cover up the tinnitus. Many patients also use fans or radios to help them fall asleep or get better rest.

Tinnitus retraining therapy

A form of habituation therapy designed to help people who experience tinnitus, or other sound in the ears when no external sound is present. TRT includes directive counseling aimed at reclassification of tinnitus to a category of neutral signals, and sound therapy which is aimed at weakening tinnitus related neuronal activity.

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