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Our cutting-edge facility, founded by a U.S. professor and doctor, collaborates with American universities to offer the latest tinnitus treatments in India. We strive to alleviate persistent tinnitus, providing state-of-the-art solutions to overcome this longstanding challenge. Our protocol to help you from Tinnitus includes at least the following

Why Choose Us

    • Step 1

    Understand Your Problem

    Tinnitus is a condition that causes different sounds in the ears, such as ringing, buzzing, or pulsing. The type and severity of tinnitus vary from person to person, affecting their daily life and well-being. At RASYA Indo-American Clinic, we listen to each person’s tinnitus experience and plan the best treatment for them.

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    • Step 2

    Identify the Cause

    Tinnitus has many possible causes and triggers. Finding the root cause of tinnitus is crucial, as some patients may have more than one cause. Treating only one cause may not be effective, and that is why many specialists fail to treat tinnitus. Our protocols are designed to identify the root causes(s) for better treatment.

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    • Step 3

    Understand Your Needs

    Tinnitus is not a disease, but it can have different effects on people depending on their individual situation and lifestyle. Some people may experience psychological stress, sleep disruption,  work impairment or more due to tinnitus. That is why we need to understand how each person is affected by tinnitus and what they need to feel better.

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    Treatment based on Your Issues, Causes and Needs

    After understanding the patient's problems, root causes, and effects from the previous three steps, we create a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses all the causes and helps the patient overcome their challenges and live according to their needs.

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What is Tinnitus

Ringing in ears is called as Tinnitus. Tinnitus can also sound like Buzzing, Roaring, Clicking, Hissing or Humming sound. You may experience tinnitus at any place or time – whether you are chatting on the phone, in a meeting, or even while relaxing in quiet place. You hear a sound that seems to come from nowhere and that only you can hear. Tinnitus can interfere with your concentration and prevent you from hearing what you want to hear, no matter how mild or severe, or how often or rarely, it occurs.

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Causes of Tinnitus

Tinnitus itself is not a disease, but a symptom of an underlying condition and there are several causes that can trigger tinnitus.

Hearing Loss and Tinnitus

About 80% of the patients with tinnitus have some degree of hearing loss. However, tinnitus does not cause hearing loss, they go hand-in-hand.

Hearing loss reduces the signals passing from ear to brain and the brain overcompensates for the loss by creating its own background noise, and patient hears that as Tinnitus.

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Hearing Loss and Tinnitus

About 80% of the patients with tinnitus have some degree of hearing loss. However, tinnitus does not cause hearing loss, they go hand-in-hand.

 
Hearing loss reduces the signals passing from ear to brain and the brain overcompensates for the loss by creating its own background noise, and patient hears that as Tinnitus.
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Aging and Tinnitus

Aging causes tinnitus by affecting the hearing system in many ways. Few common mechanisms are:

  • Damaging the nerve endings in inner ear and reduces sound signals to brain.
  • Stiffening of bones in the middle ear, Otosclerosis), which reduces the transmission of sound to the inner ear.
  • Aging changes in the brain’s processing of sound signals, which may result in the perception of phantom noises or increased sensitivity to certain frequencies.
  • High blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases, thyroid problems or tumors.
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Loud Noise Exposure and Tinnitus

When you are exposed to loud noises, the tiny sensors in the inner ear called Hair cells will be damaged resulting in disruption of the sound signals to the brain. The brain may then create or amplify sounds that are not real. Tinnitus can affect one or both ears.

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Medications and Tinnitus

Some medications like painkillers, antibiotics, chemotherapy drugs, diuretics, anti-malaria drugs, antidepressants, and others have the capability of damaging inner ear sensors (hair cells).

Depending on the dose and patient conditions, these hair cells can die or severely damaged, resulting in permanent hearing loss and Tinnitus due to reduced information to Brain.

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Other reasons for Tinnitus

Other diseases also cause tinnitus, and few include:

  • Allergies,
  • High or low blood pressures
  • Tumors
  • Anemia
  • Muscle related issues
  • Temporomandibular joint issues
  • and more.

Best Treatment for Tinnitus in India 

Our cutting-edge facility, founded by a U.S. professor and doctor, collaborates with American universities to offer the latest tinnitus treatments in India. We strive to alleviate persistent tinnitus, providing state-of-the-art solutions to overcome this longstanding challenge.

Is there a Permanent Cure for Tinnitus?

Unfortunately, there is no known cure for tinnitus yet. There are lot of ongoing research to understand and find a definitive treatment. However, by finding the cause for the tinnitus, we strategically plan management approaches listed here have shown success for many people who suffer from tinnitus longtime.

The Best Treatment for Tinnitus with Progressive Tinnitus Management (PTM)

With the Progressive Tinnitus Management (PTM) approach the treatment is planned in different levels based on each person problem, severity, and lifestyle. This combination of following treatments will help overcome the tinnitus and its severe effect on life.

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Hearing Aids for Tinnitus

Many individuals with tinnitus also experience hearing loss. Hearing aids for tinnitus masking enable those with hearing loss to hear external sounds, diverting attention from the internal tinnitus ringing.

  • Tinnitus and hearing loss are often connected, and using a modern hearing aid designed for tinnitus can serve as an effective treatment.
  • The best hearing aids for tinnitus masking not only amplify external sounds but also incorporate built-in tinnitus therapy, offering adjustable sound therapy to address hearing loss.
  • Sound therapy involves introducing external noises, such as white noise, specialized ear masking sounds with filters, low-level music, or personalized sounds, to mask the troubling sounds of tinnitus.
  • Wearing a hearing aid with tinnitus therapy provides relief by minimizing the perceptibility of tinnitus through the introduction of other sounds.
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Sound Therapy with Hearing Aids

Thos who have hearing Loss and Tinnitus, they gain benefit with hearing Aids not only for hearing but can also be used for Sound Therapy for Tinnitus.

  • The best hearing aids for tinnitus can be programmed to mask the internal tinnitus sounds.
  • External noise augmentation makes it harder to perceive internal sounds, allowing the brain to focus on external stimuli.
  • Particularly effective for individuals with hearing loss in the same frequency range as their tinnitus.
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Improve Sleep with Sleep Pillow

For many patients the severity of tinnitus will be high and can directly affect their sleep to further increase the stress, for these patients one of the first treatment option is to reduce the effect of tinnitus on sleep to promote better sleep.

Use provide high quality sound pillows scientifically developed for Tinnitus and help program the sounds based on the clients needs na d tinnitus pattern to enhance the effective of it on the Tinnitus.

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Stress and Anxiety Management

Stress and anxiety can worsen tinnitus, and tinnitus can increase stress and anxiety. This can create a negative feedback loop that affects your hearing and well-being. To break this cycle, you need to reduce your stress and anxiety levels with effective strategies, such as listening to relaxing sounds, exercising regularly, and taking medications if needed. This can help you manage your tinnitus and improve your quality of life.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Tinnitus

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a therapy that helps the patient deal with tinnitus and its severe effects. It teaches the pateint how to change their negative thoughts, feelings, and actions about tinnitus. It also helps the patient relax, cope, and form positive habits.

CBT for tinnitus is proven to be very effective and endorsed by experts. We will design the CBT for each patient based on their problems and test resuts, our speciality is that patient can do it online or in person, alone or with others, with our specialist. CBT usually takes 8 to 24 weeks in extremely severe cases, and depending on what patient want.

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