Sound Masking System – Alleviates Tinnitus?

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Have you experienced that irritating buzz in the ear that does not go away? Well, if your ear bud does not clean the problem out, you could be suffering from Tinnitus.

Tinnitus is quite common and may be caused by allergies, stress, noise, and an underlying health problem. Yep, experiencing tinnitus is like scaling the tip of the iceberg; there is more to it than meets the eye. In fact, Tinnitus is NOT the problem, but a symptom of a health issue you should bring to your doctor's attention at once.

A Noisy Problem

Tinnitus is aptly labeled a “noisy problem” what with its buzzing irritation in the ear, and also because noise causes it.

Noise is one of the leading causes of more serious health conditions, such as migraine headaches, hypertension, and stress. Stress, in itself, may cause tinnitus attack, but loud noise has a more direct impact on hearing conditions that trigger tinnitus, and nothing else works best against noise than a sound masking system.

How Sound Masking Provides Tinnitus Relief

Sound masking, as the word implies, does not eliminate noise. Personally, I am not certain if there is a gadget that is capable of totally eliminating noise, contrary to what most sales people would want us to believe. But that's how sales pitches are made of.

White noise machines, also known as sound masking system, produce sounds that mimic nature, such as rainfall, ocean waves, running brook, etc. These natural sounds, commonly referred to as “white noise”, are produced using mixed frequencies, and as such, unlike noise, are devoid of structure. It's like listening to a simultaneous conversation among 1,000 people, inside a room.

The human brain “tunes in” to noise because it has structure and something it can understand. This “tuning in” disrupts you from anything you do, as you get disconnected each time your brain focuses on the noise.

Conversely, the brain automatically switches off its focus from white noise because it cannot pick out one or two sounds to listen to. Surely, listening to 1,000 conversations happening at the same time gets everything garbled for the brain to focus on. When this happens, even in the presence of noise, sound masking has you covered from lack of concentration, compromised work efficiency and productivity, including attacks of tinnitus.

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