Drugs and medications used to treat tinnitus include anti-anxiety drugs such as Valium or alprazolam, according to WebMD. Antidepressants such as Elavil are used to treat tinnitus as well as the hormone misoprostol. Phys... More »

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In general, vitamins and supplements have only limited proven effectiveness in treating symptoms of tinnitus, reports Mayo Clinic. Vitamin B-12 deficiency is common in patients suffering from tinnitus, according to the A... More »

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There is no evidence that lipoflavinoids help reduce tinnitus, per the American Academy of Otolaryngology. For safety reasons, the American Tinnitus Association advises against untested herbal and nutritional supplements... More »

Depending upon the underlying cause of tinnitus, effective treatments include anti-anxiety drugs, lidocaine, cleaning earwax from the ears, using ear drops and antibiotics to treat infection, and using tinnitus maskers, ... 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 »

Treatments for tinnitus, or a ringing in the ears, include identifying the underlying cause, suppressing the noise and taking medications, says Mayo Clinic. Doctors also suggest avoiding irritants that worsen the noise, ... More »

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Some causes of tinnitus are prolonged exposure to loud noises, the aging process, conditions such as earwax blockage and ear bone changes, illnesses such as Ménière's disease, and some medications, according to Mayo Clin... More »