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You should try to go and get your blood pressure checked. Anything from hypertension to other sonavel reviews stresses that increase your blood pressure could cause tinnitus to become louder in your ear. If your blood pressure is elevated, try to do things to alleviate it. You should possibly consider taking blood-pressure medication, reducing your caffeine consumption, or just learning different stress management techniques. Were you recently in an accident of any kind? Tinnitus has been linked to head or neck injuries because these can affect your inner ear, hearing nerves or even your brain function that is linked to hearing. If you think your tinnitus was affected by a recent injury or accident, try to get it treated as soon as possible to help alleviate some of the ringing you keep hearing. If listening to a radio or TV does not mask your tinnitus, try using headphones. This helps direct sound into your ears, and it cancels out other noise around you. However, you should absolutely avoid turning the audio up too loud and causing more damage than is already apparent.
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