Tinnitus is often caused by common medical problems, and the effective treatment of these problems also cures the tinnitus symptoms. Some conditions that also cause tinnitus include ear infections, thyroid disorders and ... More »

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Tinnitus cannot be cured with medication, but tricyclic antidepressants and alprazolam can reduce the severity of symptoms of tinnitus, according to Mayo Clinic. There may be an underlying condition that causes tinnitus ... More »

Some natural cures that may be helpful for tinnitus include avoiding alcoholic and caffeinated beverages, giving up smoking, limiting noise exposure, reducing stress and using meditative techniques, states WebMD. Another... More »

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Tinnitus cannot be cured with medication, but tricyclic antidepressants and alprazolam can reduce the severity of symptoms of tinnitus, according to Mayo Clinic. There may be an underlying condition that causes tinnitus ... More »

Some natural cures that may be helpful for tinnitus include avoiding alcoholic and caffeinated beverages, giving up smoking, limiting noise exposure, reducing stress and using meditative techniques, states WebMD. Another... More »

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While it is not possible to cure tinnitus naturally and permanently, WebMD suggests several natural home treatments that may reduce its annoying symptoms, including refraining from alcohol, caffeine, tobacco and NSAIDs, ... More »

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There is no cure for tinnitus as of 2015, but the effects of the condition can be lessened with hearing aids, sound therapies, treatments for conditions that cause tinnitus and better overall health, states the American ... More »