If Masking Sound Is Part Of Your Tinnitus Solution, Then Hear This
Tinnitus sufferers know all too well how difficult it can be to articulate the underlying problem of "being constantly aware of sound."
But no matter how you characterize your tinnitus-- as ringing in the ears, or as buzzing, whistling or humming in your ears — or something even less quantifiable (like being able to "hear" the silence around you), odds are at some point you've heard about sound masking as a possible tinnitus aid.
A Sound Masking Solution and Tool: Comfortable, Wearable SleepPhones®
Sound masking for tinnitus involves the introduction of different types of sound into your environment. These sounds compete with, dominate or "cover" the constant underlying sounds experienced by those suffering from tinnitus.
This is where SleepPhones® headband headphones might be able to help. Available in corded or wireless versions, SleepPhones combine seriously thin audio speakers inside a stretchable, comfortable headband — and make listening to audio easier (and more focused over the ear) than you may have thought possible.
As part of a potential sound masking solution SleepPhones® merit consideration; at bedtime, while working, traveling, even while exercising – see RunPhones®. Read how some of our customers have used our products for help with tinnitus and much more.
Tips for Sleeping with Tinnitus
Falling asleep with ringing in your ears can seem hopeless. Many people lean on medications to deal with tinnitus but these come with adverse side effects. Check out our post about the causes of tinnitus and tips for treating tinnitus-induced sleep problems without medication.
What Is Tinnitus and How to Manage It [See Full, Shareable Infographic Here]
An easy-to-digest explanation of what tinnitus is, the causes of tinnitus, what tinnitus feels like, and what you can do to manage tinnitus. See the full infographic here.
Trying To Simply Get To Sleep, And Stay Asleep, Better.
Tinnitus suffers come from all walks of life, and they'll be the first to tell you there's no such thing as a "one size fits all" solution to the problem.
We've taken an even deeper dive into tinnitus and how SleepPhones might make sense for many people who may experience the condition—view our blog post on tinnitus here, and check back from time to time as we update information about SleepPhones & Tinnitus.
RELATED ARTICLES & LINKS
Read our recent blog about SleepPhones and Tinnitus, and browse other stories and benefits from the SleepPhones family of products. For additional information about tinnitus, see these links.