Tinnitus Retraining Therapy: A best treatment for hearing issues


Established and medically diagnosed tinnitus as a precursor to hearing loss, patients take magnesium, zinc, B12, and antioxidant supplements to strengthen the tissues of the auditory nerve, including blood cells, muscles, and the cochlear nerve. 

This means that people suffering from tinnitus don’t have to give up, but they can still find a cure for tinnitus that can undo the slow-growing damage. In the meantime, you can receive tinnitus retraining therapy or TRY to control the intrusive sounds and reduce the negative effects on your temperament.

TRT concept and goals

Tinnitus retraining therapy at  Audiologie Centre West tinnitus assessment is a form of clinical treatment that trains the patient’s mindset to distract from the intrusive sounds of tinnitus. This is based on the premise that most of the behavior of the human body is a habit formed by perception.

The basic concept is to eliminate the negative perception of tinnitus in the patient’s mind by helping the patient understand the root cause. By going through these counseling sessions, those suffering from tinnitus will learn to be more relaxed and less stressed by their current condition.

The goal of TRT is to reduce fear of the unknown, guide recovery potential, and inform you of available remedies when deafness is unavoidable.

The therapist of  Audiologie Centre West tinnitus assessment solves this by treating the patient and applying sound therapy. The goal is not to focus on the ringing, humming, and whistling that you hear from the inside but to focus on other sounds.

Overview of tinnitus retraining therapy

First session

  1. This includes taking into account the patient’s historical facts and possible causes of tinnitus and determining the degree of hearing loss, including the ability to withstand intrusive sounds.
  2. Tinnitus patients to ensure that the occurrence of tinnitus has nothing to do with undetected medical conditions such as Meniere’s disease or injury caused by high blood pressure, anemia, or a foreign body that may block the patient’s ears. Evaluation of medical records in the canal.

Wear a tinnitus masker

Place the patient in a tinnitus masker and select a “white noise” sound device type as part of tinnitus retraining therapy. Patients have the option of choosing a tinnitus masker in the form of a device such as a hearing aid or headphones or as a desktop device. In addition, the type of sound is adjusted according to the patient’s taste.


Assessment of the effectiveness of tinnitus retraining therapy is performed to determine patient progress in the ability to distract attention from sound, with or without tinnitus maskers.

An important aspect of tinnitus retraining therapy is to relieve stress on the part of the patient. This is basically because stress is another factor that contributes to the appearance of tinnitus sounds.