Tired of your tinnitus taking your sleep away? You’re not alone. There are hundreds, if not, thousands of people who suffer from tinnitus, and they are unable to conceive sleep. The results? A life full of stress or depression.
Sleeping is the best feeling in the world, isn’t it? You just want to be able to rest and feel good the next day. But more and more you feel like that day and night of rest will never come. And what do you do? You try everything to reduce your tinnitus. You search the web: alternative therapies, yoga, the most difficult position to solve it. You are even open to trying new medications, anything! To get a solution now. But nothing works.
Most people who suffer from tinnitus are constantly practicing therapies to finally solve their sleep problems.
How about confessing that we have created an app to connect people with the same tinnitus symptoms to share the therapies that have worked best for them, thus increasing the odds that they will work for others. So, these are the therapies that people suffering from tinnitus and sleep problems have tried and worked best for them. Maybe it’s worth it to get a good night’s sleep, right?
When we see the results, people with tinnitus turn to sports to reduce their stress or depression, whether or not they’re having trouble sleeping. Who could have predicted that having a healthy lifestyle could solve some problems?
The data shown above comes from Siopi, a tinnitus learning app, which works like this: people hoping to solve their tinnitus answers a questionnaire to declare the symptoms they are experiencing as a result of their tinnitus itself. Users choose how much these symptoms are manifesting on a scale from 1 to 10 (1 being the lower manifestation and 10 being the highest manifestation).