Tinnitus and tinnitus. Symptom or disease? To begin, first explain a little what are tinnitus or tinnitus: are a sound nuisance perceived in the ears or in the head without the existence of an external audible source. This discomfort is experienced as a chirp, whistle or hum (of varied frequencies) and sharpens at night when everything is quietly becoming in many cases unbearable. While in the majority of cases these hum disappear when it is found and treated the cause that originated them, is also true that for others this is a true chronic disorder that causes headaches, fatigue, depression, anxiety, stress, panic attacks, lack of concentration, etc. There are many treatments dedicated to placate these hum, and the advances that have been achieved in recent years have been significant; but the sad reality is that none has been fully effective.
In the majority of patients have managed to reduce these hum while that has not happened the same in others. It is to give treatment more effective, it is essential to detect the cause which originates it and for that the patient must give the doctor a very precise report of symptoms. This will facilitate and advance diagnosis making possible an early intervention to try to remove it. This will not ensure in all cases the disappearance of zoom in full form, but is an important step towards its alleviation. Therefore, this probability of therapeutic failure, which doctors often recommend patients that jointly with the treatment that indicate, learn to ignore these noises and live in the best possible way with them through a psychological therapy called cognitive behavior therapy.
This is a therapy was originally created to deal with cases of addictions, chronic stress and depression, which teaches the subconscious to focus attention away from tinnitus minimising its effects on the patient. There is a method of little known but very effective is guaranteed to make that tinnitus will disappear forever.