Tinnitus refers to the perception of a ringing or whistling sound in the ears or inside the head, even in the absence of any external noise. Depending on the root cause, there are various exercises that can help reduce tinnitus and can be performed either at home or at a specialised clinic.
There appears to be a correlation between posture and tinnitus. In fact, tinnitus can be the consequence of improper posture, whiplash or sudden movements involving the neck, also known as cervical tinnitus. In these cases, postural exercises can help treat the condition. Here a few examples of some exercises:
A good precaution for tinnitus is frequent movement and exercise, such as muscle toning and stretching. By strengthening our muscles, we are reducing the strain on the spinal column and relaxing the neck area, thereby helping to reduce stress.
Although there are several exercises that can help reduce tinnitus symptoms, chronic tinnitus is a condition that requires a specialized treatment. To find the best treatment based on your hearing needs, it it best to consult a hearing professional or book an appointment at your nearest Amplifon centre.