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Reduced stress and tinnitus

Breathing exercises can help to regulate the body's stress response, which may reduce feelings of anxiety and help to manage the emotional impact of tinnitus.

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Science behind using breathing exercises to manage tinnitus

Find out how simple breathing exercises can improve tinnitus symptoms. Learn about the science behind this powerful technique.

01. Reduced stress and anxiety

Breathing exercises can help to regulate the body's stress response, which may reduce feelings of anxiety and help to manage the emotional impact of tinnitus.

02. Increased oxygen supply to the auditory system

Breathing exercises can increase blood flow and oxygenation to the body, including the auditory system. This may improve overall ear health and reduce tinnitus symptoms.

03. Improved autonomic nervous system functioning

Breathing exercises can help to regulate the autonomic nervous system, which is involved in the body's stress response. This may improve overall physical and emotional well-being, and reduce tinnitus symptoms.

04. Enhanced relaxation and sleep quality

Breathing exercises can promote relaxation and improve sleep quality, which may be especially helpful for individuals with tinnitus who experience sleep disturbances as a result of their symptoms.

01. Tinnitus with a normal audiogram: physiological evidence for hidden hearing loss and a computational model – Schaette and McAlpine (2011)
02. Cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness for tinnitus: A randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation – Marks et al. (2018)
03. Breathing Retraining for Tinnitus: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial – Robinson et al. (2019)
04. Deep Breathing as a Treatment for Tinnitus—A Neglected Therapeutic Modality – Tyler et al. (2017)
05. Efficacy of Breathing Exercises for Patients With Tinnitus: A Randomized Controlled Trial – Kim et al. (2020)

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    Breathe in

    Feel the moonbird expand in your hand. Breathe in.
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    Breathe out

    Moonbird contracts and becomes smaller. Breathe out. Feel the stress and anxiety fade away with each breath.
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    Select an exercise in the app or use moonbird without a phone.
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    Without a phone, your moonbird starts moving by placing your thumb on its sensor.

Why not just use an app for this?

I’ve tried some of the popular breathing / meditation apps. But apps are not so much my thing, it’s very hard to keep being focused. Having the tactile element of expansion/contraction in your hand makes it so much easier to keep your focus. You don’t have to do anything, just follow your moonbird.

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