One of the most difficult and frustrating things about tinnitus treatment would be that in the majority of cases only the patient is able to audibly hear the noises so judging the success of the cure of yours for tinnitus relief program is pretty difficult. It is such a subjective choice – is it worse or are the tinnitus noises less this week? Is the recent change in my tinnitus relief program effective?
Effectively, I’ve an idea to help you judge your progress. I wish to explain by beginning with some background info.
I was reminded lately about Dr. Aram Glorig’s questionnaire, (Dr Glorig created the American Auditory Society). He devised this questionnaire as a quick and easy means of enabling tinnitus sufferers to compare how the own conditions contrast of theirs with different patients’ conditions.
Checking the questionnaire once again, and remembering trying to be objective about the own tinnitus sound of mine, I believe it may be utilized to help you measure the results of your own tinnitus relief plan.
Here is my summary of Dr Glorig’s questionnaire, and go now also in the end somewhat more about how it could assist you.
Are the noises;
· Intermittent; much more on than off – score (two) more off than on – score (one).
· Does the noise stop you planning to sleep; of course frequently (2) sure occasionally (1) no (0).