Relaxation: Stress Reduction (link, open)

Here is a quick link to the Relax — Stress Reduction course, for convenient use later.

If your Tinnitus Recovery score and Priority Sheet suggested that you would benefit from focus here, this is not surprising. Stress comes in the form of Mental/Emotional, Structural (like posture), Pain, and Chemical(virus, bacteria, toxins). Here we’re talking about Mental/Emotional stress, which I’ll call Mind stress here. Mind stress is SUPER powerful in tinnitus. As you may know, some people can have very loud tinnitus and have only a little irritation, while some have relatively quiet tinnitus and have irritation to the point of suffering bad anxiety or depression.

Mind stress can be unconscious, but affecting both the conscious mind and physical body. Whether conscious or unconscious, mind stress can cause tinnitus symptoms to worsen or not recover. Almost certainly, you would have less stress if you didn’t have tinnitus, but it is critical to begin mastering the power of mind stress over your mind and body, even while you still have tinnitus. This will certainly speed your recovery, and it may even be necessary.

Click the image above to navigate to the Relax course.