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In order to effectively manage Tinnitus, you need to be able to identify your triggers. There will be certain things that make your tinnitus worse, and until you know exactly what those things are, you will be unable to avoid them. The first step then, is to pay attention to what’s going on around you when your Tinnitus suddenly worsens, then, begin avoiding your triggers.

There is at least some evidence that both smoking and caffeine contribute to making Tinnitus worse, so if you smoke or drink caffeinated drinks regularly, cutting out both will almost certainly lessen your symptoms. Also bear in mind that there are at least eight different medications that list “ringing in the ears” as being among their side effects. If you are on any medications, and this is one of the side effects, talk to your doctor about switching to a different drug that performs the same function.

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