I personally recommend seeking the services of an Ear-Nose-Throat practitioner and Audiologist.
The first step in treating any disorder is getting a handle on the etiology of the condition, as in what the actual cause is for it, which then gives a direction for treatment of said disorder.
There are several causes for tinnitus and treating the wrong variant will not lead to a fix.
Like, if your tinnitus is nerve based, but you're treating it as a blood pressure issue,(yes, blood pressure changes and blood flow in the circulation of the ear and cranium can cause tinnitus), then you won't get a solution.
Once it's been figured as to cause, then a course of intervention can be decided, which will likely involve audiology.
Some versions of tinnitus are trickier than others.
So go see a practitioner, get a diagnosis, then get better.
Just waiting or experimenting or just trying to ignore it and continue activities that may actually exacerbate your problem will only make it a longer go of getting better.
If untreated, resolvable variants can become permanent.
best wishes and hope you get fixed up pronto!