Medications, Pills, Tinnitus Cure, SSRI, Benzodiazepines & Drugs For Tinnitus
Jamie is a Medical Doctor in California. She joined me to discuss the role of medications in tinnitus treatment. Specifically, our conversation focused on medications for tinnitus. Benzodiazepines are known to reduce tinnitus in the short-term. A potential cure for tinnitus may involve different pills. 👇👇👇👇👇👇5 Ways To Get Started With Treble Health (formerly known as Pure Tinnitus): 1️⃣ Download Our Tinnitus Guide - 2022 Edition: https://treblehealth.com/tinnitus-guide/2️⃣ Get The Consumer Guide to Hearing Aids in 2022: https://treblehealth.com/hearing-aid-guide/3️⃣ Schedule An Appointment: https://treblehealth.com/4️⃣ Take Our Free Online Hearing Check: https://www.shoeboxonline.com/treblehealth/5️⃣ Join The Treble Health Newsletter: https://treblehealth.com/newsletter/💜 Message From Dr. Ben & Treble Health (formerly known as Pure Tinnitus):Thank you for watching my YouTube channel. I hope you find the information you need to help with your hearing or tinnitus conditions. If you'd like more personalized support, I encourage you to work with Treble Health, a company that I founded. Treble Health is recognized as the nation's leading telehealth service helping adults improve tinnitus and hearing loss. Our nationwide team of expert audiologists are available and excited to help you. To schedule an appointment, please go to https://TrebleHealth.com/.Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel, where I make new videos every week. Subscribe now: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuH8CgFikmhRc2ALsI0j4uQ?sub_confirmation=1Thanks for stopping by and if you have any tinnitus- or hearing-related questions or want me to cover a specific topic, just let me know in the comments section below.💜 Listen To Our Favorite Playlist:The Treble Health Podcast (50+ Episodes)https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3yqEYAelEANuQR4FOsnjVZ29a9fzEYwLDisclaimer: The information in this video is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All content, including text, graphics, images, and information, contained in this video is for general information purposes only and does not replace a consultation with your own doctor/health professional.