Natural treatment remedies for stress, anxiety and traumatic life events that can cause tinnitus.
It has long been known that stress will aggravate tinnitus if you already suffer tinnitus, however long continued exposure to stress is also a major cause of tinnitus in a healthy person.
What happens with stress induced tinnitus?
The hypothalamus and related structures in the brain, such as the Pons, the pituitary fossa, the basal cisterns, the corpus callosum, the brain stem, the ventricular system all play a part in causing tinnitus.
The hypothalamus is a primitive part of the brain situated below the third ventricle. It controls many systems in the body, including the pituitary gland, which in turn controls the endocrine organs, and the autonomic nervous system.
The hypothalamus, and the organs in the brain it controls, are responsible for producing essential chemicals needed to make us function normally.
The hypothalamus is severely affected by shock, grief, and long continued stress. When one is subjected to long periods of stress, shock or grief, those essential chemicals are not produced by the hypothalamus as normal all types of unhealthy conditions can occur and tinnitus is just one of these.
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