Tinnitus is an annoying ringing or buzzing in the ears. It is very difficult for people who suffer from this to cope on a day-to-day basis. Avoid stress as much as possible, avoid stimulants including coffee, alcohol, and nicotine to help cope with some of the symptoms. Tinnitus is easily dealt with during the day as our society nowadays is filled with noise. However, at night, tinnitus can lead to sleep apnea and insomnia. Try playing soft music, turning a fan on, or a comfortable background noise to limit the symptoms of tinnitus. When dealing with this, try to protect your ears as much as possible. If you live a loud lifestyle, try to wear ear protection when at all possible. If you have anxiety regarding your situation, a therapist can help ease fears of a possible underlying problem. Getting high quality sleep can help with the added stress or anxiety that partners with this condition. See a doctor immediately if it gets worse or if any other symptoms arise.