To what extent Physical exercises help to treat tinnitus???

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  1. Gracecowell profile image58
    Gracecowellposted 7 years ago

    To what extent Physical exercises help to treat tinnitus???

  2. juniorsbook profile image73
    juniorsbookposted 7 years ago

    Exercise can work for you in a number of ways. It helps to reduce health problems such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol, which may contribute to your condition.

    It aids in improving your body's ability to cleanse itself from potential toxins, which could worsen your tinnitus or make symptoms worse.

    Exercise improves stress levels. Stress is particularly bad for the tinnitus sufferer as it can make symptoms drastically worse. However, exercise is a great tool to help reduce this level of stress significantly.

    Improve your mood. Tinnitus sufferers can easily slip into depression, as their symptoms get worse. By exercising, especially with a group, you will see improvement to your overall health and your mindset.

    Exercise can relax you. Some forms of exercise can help you to relax your mind and body, making symptoms easier to cope with. The ringing in your ears may feel less loud. Exercising is a fun way to improve your tinnitus.

    Can exercise cure tinnitus? It may not be able to cure your condition but it will help.
    It may not seem like the type of condition that is improved though tinnitus. The exercises you can do are actually fairly enjoyable and limitless.

    Take on yoga. The movements in yoga will improve the body, mind and spirit.

    Tia Chi works well for those who want a different type of meditation type exercise.

    Go for a walk or a run, depending on your physical abilities.

    Dance. This excellent aerobic activity is perfect for tinnitus sufferers.

  3. imsonice profile image60
    imsoniceposted 7 years ago

    Good question Grace, exercise can help improve stress levels. Stress is particularly bad for a tinnitus sufferer as it can make symptoms drastically worse. However, exercise is a great tool to help reduce this level of stress significantly and makes living with tinnitus more bearable!

  4. zduckman profile image61
    zduckmanposted 7 years ago

    Tinnitus is a hearing condition that occurs from exposure to loud sounds usually loud music. It is not treatable. You can distract yourself so that you tune out the ringing or high pitch buzz....but it will not go away.


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