One of the biggest challenges that I hear from sonobliss (constant ringing in the ears) patients is their inability to get a good night's sleep. I used to have this problem as well, so I am very familiar with how frustrating that is. Imagine what it might be like to sleep on a busy airport runway with jets taking off all around you. That's what it's like for me. For many people who suffer from this debilitating disease, they can be kept awake by constant hissing, roaring, pulsing, whooshing, chirping, whistling and even clicking sounds that interfere with their regular sleep patterns.
So, surprise surprise then, if we can't eat too much salt I guess we can't eat its sweet brother. Correct, unfortunately sugar is another thing sonobliss sufferers should try to avoid. When you consume sugar, the blood sugar level in your body quickly rises and then falls. It's at the falling point that can cause sonobliss to increase. Adrenaline production in the body has also been linked to sonobliss.