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  • Does cognitive behavioral therapy help people to cope better with tinnitus?

    Informed Health Online

    Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) may help you cope with tinnitus in everyday life and help reduce symptoms of depression. It is important to remember that this kind of treatment requires patience and motivation.

  • Chronic tinnitus: What helps - and what doesn't?

    Informed Health Online

    The cause of tinnitus is not known and few treatments have been proven to work. Some research shows that cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) could help. This treatment helps you deal with distress caused by the condition.

  • Hearing aids: How to choose the right one

    Mayo Clinic

    There are many different types of hearing aids available. They may fit behind the ear, in the ear, or are an open fit. Details in this resource including pictures of different options. Ask for a trial period before you buy.

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