What to Do to Stop Your Ears Ringing[imwb_socialbuzz] By John On February 1, 2011 Under Ringing In Ears
For many of those who suffer from tinnitus, there is nothing they would like better than to be able to find Tinnitus remedies which can stop their ears ringing.
Unfortunately medical experts have yet to come up with a definitive cure for tinnitus. This however does not mean that tinnitus cannot be cured or treated. It simply means there is no one way to stop one’s ears ringing constantly. It is simply a matter of finding the right kind of treatment which will work to get rid of the irritating symptom.
In order to stop our ears ringing, we have to remember that tinnitus is a symptom of some other underlying medical condition we have. Thus any ringing in the ears that you are experiencing right now may be the result of a medical problem you may be experiencing. If you are not aware of any health problem you have, then the best course of action would be to have yourself examined by a qualified medical specialist. He or she is in the best position to identify and help you isolate the reasons behind your ears ringing.
Since tinnitus is a symptom of a medical problem, it makes sense that in order to stop tinnitus sounds, one has to make sure that one takes care of his or health. At the very least this involves making sure that one gets enough rest and exercise and also eats the right food at the right amounts. Anything which will make an existing illness worse can also aggravate the tinnitus that goes along with it.
Loud noises, rather exposure to it can also start one’s ears ringing. When one is constantly exposed to extremely loud noises such as when one listens to his or her iPod or MP3 Player at top volume, one is most likely to develop hearing loss—which is one of the most common triggers of tinnitus. Thus, it is always wise to listen to one’s personal music device, stereo, car radio, or TV at safe and reasonable levels. Using adequate ear protection when entering, working or staying in a noisy place will also preserve one’s hearing and thus avoid hearing loss as well as the tinnitus that goes along with it. It is better to try to prevent ringing in the ears than try finding tinnitus treatments or suffer the ordeal that comes with it.
Finally stay clear of substances which have been known to trigger tinnitus. These include alcohol, tobacco, caffeine and large doses of over-the-counter drugs such as aspirin and ibuprofen.