Tinnitus Lipoflavinoid[imwb_socialbuzz] By John On January 7, 2009 Under T-Gone Tinnitus
Helping to improve circulation in the inner ear for general ear health is one way of making you less susceptible to or reducing the intensity of tinnitus. Lipoflavinoid is one dietary supplement that can help achieve this. It was created in 1961 by DSE Healthcare Solutions for the treatment of Meniere’s disease, and much of the marketing effort for it is directed toward ringing in the ears sufferers.
What are the ingredients of Lipoflavinoid Tinnitus Formula, and what do they do to help people with ringing ears?
Its ingredient include eriodictyol glycoside, vitamin C, the vitamins B1, B2, B6 and B12, pantothenic acid, and choline. Eriodictyol glycoside, for instance, can act against histamine, which is found out to play a part in the control of microcirculation in the inner ear. Because it can act as an antihistamine, it can prevent or reduce the symptoms of Meniere’s Disease, which are brought about by the fluctuations of fluid in the middle ear. The notable symptoms of the disorder are vertigo, hearing fluctuation, a sense of fullness in the ears, and of course, ringing in the ears.
There are also sufferers whose cause of their tinnitus is vitamin B12 deficiency, so taking the formula would help supplement the vitamin B12 that those sufferers lack.
While the supplement is helpful in improving overall ear health, it would make a difference if you make use of treatments that would focus on the root cause, help you manage stress, and boost your immune system. Good examples are homeopathic tinnitus remedies, counseling, hypnotherapy, meditation, immune booster formula, and of course, proper diet and regular and proper exercise.
A special diet is also recommended to prevent Meniere’s Disease attacks, which are usually preceded by hearing fluctuation, ear pressure, and tinnitus. Lipoflavinoid or other commercially available treatments should be backed up by a diet that help stabilize the body fluids or blood levels to avoid secondary fluctuations in inner ear fluid. You can follow these steps:
- Take sufficient amounts of fluid daily, including water, milk, and low-sugar fruit juices.
- Avoid taking foods or fluids that have high salt or sugar contents.
- Aim for a diet that is high in fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains; minimize your intake of canned, frozen, or processed foods.
- Distribute your food and fluid intake evenly throughout the day.
- Avoid foods and drinks that contain caffeine, such as chocolates, coffee, and sodas.
- Minimize or if possible, avoid your alcohol intake.