Ringing in Left Ear: How to Get Treatment[imwb_socialbuzz] By John On August 11, 2011 Under Tinnitus Relief
Ringing in left ear is an example of unilateral tinnitus. There are more people with unilateral tinnitus than people with bilateral tinnitis. The causes for both are fairly the same, although tinnitus affecting only one ear is predominantly caused by noise damage. Is there anything that can be done?
1. Find out if your ear is really the one ringing. Sometimes, you may hear electronic hum or feedback noise, which misleads you to think you have tinnitus.
2. Talk to your doctor. There is no better person to go to than your GP. He will order general checkup to see if you have an impacted earwax or a perforated eardrum. Then you probably will be advised to go to an ENT or an ear specialist for more thorough screening.
3. Do nothing. It’s absurd to be said to do just nothing. Yet many people with tinnitus are told to just deal with it. Experts know that no medication cures tinnitus.
4. Try a homeopathic treatment for tinnitus. Many specialists are now recognizing the benefits of homeopathy for various types of illnesses. Homeopathic products for tinnitus are quite popular now. Many patients swear to the benefits of such remedies.