What is Tinnitus?
Tinnitus is the perception of noises in the head and/or ear which have no external source. It is derived from the Latin word for ‘ringing’ and those living with the condition may have to endure a ringing, buzzing, hissing, whistling or other noise. The sensation can be constant or intermittent and it can vary in volume and pitch. For some, the extra neural activity associated with tinnitus has led to negative emotions such as stress, anxiety, depression, a lack of focus and concentration.
A research study conducted in the USA reported the relationship between chronic tinnitus, an over-active neural network in the brain, with higher rates of brain fog/confusion. The study suggests that patients with chronic tinnitus are not truly at rest, even when resting, helping to explain why some patients reported feeling more tired.
How will breathwork help with this condition?
Learn how to use coherent breath with the power of colour and visualisations to lessen or even halt the debilitating nature of tinnitus. If you’re reading this post and have suffered enough, then learn how to alleviate the negative emotional impact of tinnitus. Over time, it is possible to reduce the frequency and amplitude of tinnitus. This is a highly specialized, uniquely designed package based on Davel’s condition and self-healing method. It is evidence-based, drawing on an array of daily coherent breath exercises and habit-stacking techniques to regain a life balance and peace of mind.