Set a big goal for yourself. Have you always sonavel reviews wanted to travel? Do you want to learn an instrument? Place your focus on a future goal and you will be able to distract yourself from the ringing in your ears. Come up with new, more challenging goals and not only will you reach them, you will do so without thinking about your ears.
Quite often tinnitus is caused by age-related hearing loss. Since hearing gets worse as a person gets older, things do not work the way they used to in that area. Then these hearing loss issues can lead to the ringing in the ear. Once you are getting close to sixty, it is a good idea to have your hearing checked regularly.
Get a dental exam. Dental problems or misalignment of your jawbone or skull bones can cause ringing in your ears. Talk to your doctors about tinnitus and ask them for advice. They may be able to help resolve your problem. If it is a physical problem that is causing the tinnitus, consider getting it fixed.
Keep a diet diary with entries on what you eat, what you crave, and what exercise you engage in, and see if your tinnitus has any relation to any of those factors. Often food allergies can make tinnitus worse, or certain activities can aggravate the symptoms later on in the day.
Sit down and take stock of your lifestyle - are there any situations that are causing you stress? How can you manage them? The less stress you have, the less severe the symptoms of tinnitus will be for you, so figure out some coping mechanisms and start employing relaxation techniques.