Tinnitus Treatment: Make your own White Noise to Soothe Ringing in the Ears

Over the last day I’ve taken my own advice (Imagine that!) and experimented with the N-hum as a tinnitus treatment—making my own White Noise! For those of you who didn’t read my post the other day, this comes from Deepak Chopra‘s Magical Mind, Magical Body.

Make your own White Noise to treat that ringing in your ears.

You press your tongue lightly against your front teeth and hum. The humming vibration resonates in your ear drums and it is soothing.

Make your White Noise while you make your coffee!

I’ve discovered that I don’t have to meditate or take myself “off line.” I can perform this tinnitus treatment while pouring a cup of coffee! I just pay attention for a few seconds to the feeling in my ear drums.

The more I do it the better it works.

Different pitches of humming feel a little different. Sometimes I can feel it all across the back of my head.

I’m not sure yet about it quieting my tinnitus, but my head feels better so I’ll keep at it. This is good. Very good.

Try it a few times and let me know how the N-hum White Noise tinnitus treatment is working for you.

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