Welcome to the Blog & Podcast. You'll find tips & tricks on how to

By Frieder Kühne

Welcome everybody to my personal “Outring Your Tinnitus” Blog. On these pages you will find useful information on how you can tackle the biggest obstacles that come with suffering from Tinnitus. I share my tips and tricks on what has helped me during the time my Tinnitus bothered me the most.

It was about ten years ago when I was nineteen, that I one morning noticed this high pitch ringing in my “good ear”. Being born deaf on one ear, I always knew what it meant to have some trouble hearing. With single sided deafness you have to focus more on what people say, the teachers in school invited me to sit in the front left side of the classroom, and my mother had to tell me the exact room she was in (in a 4 bedroom apartment) as I was unable to use directional hearing.

So then this morning, I was already living alone, I noticed the sound. That was my first experience with Tinnitus. You can read the whole story in the blogpost below.

It has been ten years since that morning, and my Tinnitus is much more severe in intensity than it used to. Having traveled far in these ten years and studying a Bachelor in politics plus a Masters degree in international trade law in South Africa, I find myself in a position where I want to give back, share and coach people so they don’t have to go through so much difficulties and hindrances as I had to over the years.

After working in law and business consulting as well as the hearing testing and sound processing environment, I know how much difficulties people with Tinnitus can encounter in their daily lives. I wish someone had been there for me to coach and guide me when I needed it the most. So now, here I am, ready to coach and guide you. To provide you a shortcut to a life with tinnitus without suffering.

I hope that the tips and tricks on this blog can help you “outring”  your Tinnitus and live a happier, more balanced, and mindful life. If you suffer from Tinnitus for the first time and haven’t seen a doctor yet, please consult one. Tinnitus is almost always not dangerous at all, however please make sure that you have spoken to a physician about your Tinnitus. Well please enjoy the blog and if you need anything please send me an email to frieder@outringtinnitus.com

Interested in a little audio? Here is the podcast!

A Playlist for Tinnitus

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The Pink Elephant

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Do the Things You Love

Do I know that it’s hard for many people to shift focus on things outside of tinnitus, especially at the start, when Tinnitus decides to

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Sleep better with Tinnitus

Sleep despite Tinnitus Hey my fellow Sleepy Cats, this Blogpost is about something we all know is difficult- Tinnitus and Sleeping. It is especially hard

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The Tips and Tricks I share are very individual. This blog lists some of the most effective strategies I have found, that enable people to live better. However, as Tinnitus is such an individual condition and we all suffer from it for different reasons, some of the strategies might not work for you. I am more than happy to help you and to develop your individual game plan for overcoming the suffering together with you. Just contact me or book a 30min free “getting to know” coaching session.


Thank you all for being here and I sincerely wish you all the best,



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