Tinnitus Spikes & Fluctuations
Tinnitus Spikes can be mean. We all know them. Some of them only last a few seconds to minutes, others stay with us for days, weeks, months, or even years. I surely have had my personal fair share of moments where tinnitus spikes. All the more so when you have hearing difficulties as well, a tinnitus spike can be quite uncomfortable, as a louder pitch tinnitus will automatically lead you to hear less of your environment.
Over the years however, I have come to understand that it’s not so much about evaluating every little aspect of your diet, your sleep wake cycle or else, but how you respond to the spike. Whether you are anxious, or calmly weathering the (roaring) storm, will often decide whether the tinnitus (spike) get’s locked in in your subconscious, or whether you’re able to concentrate on other things and maybe sometimes the spike naturally goes back to baseline without you even noticing it.
In the following video, I created some short tips & tricks on you might want to approach a tinnitus spike, so as to get the best chances of it not disturbing your sleep, productivity and social life.
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