Tinnitus or more commonly known as ringing in the ears is one of the ear conditions that can create a very big change in your life. Imagine a noise in one or both ears that doesn’t stop. It doesn’t also have any actual external source and can be very loud and irritating. Sadly, it has affected millions of people all over the world. In fact, in America, about 50 million people are suffering from this condition. About 12 million of which have very severe case of tinnitus. Because of the huge number of tinnitus sufferers at this point in time, many tinnitus support groups have been created to help those who have this ear condition and their families cope with the ordeal brought by this incessant noise.
When you have this condition, the first thing that would come to mind would have to be its treatment. Unfortunately, there has been no single cure that works for everyone or treat any kind of tinnitus. Nevertheless, this does not mean that it can’t be cured. What it simply means is that each person and each case requires different kinds of ear ringing cures.
What you must do once you start hearing a sort of noise in the ear is to go to a professional in this field. Remember that tinnitus is not an actual disease but more of a symptom or indication that you are suffering from some kind of disease. Your physician will probably ask you to take some medical tests such as audiometry, X-ray and CT or MRI scan. The results of these tests will basically tell you what disease caused your tinnitus. You should aware that not all tinnitus causing diseases are mild. Some of them can be really life threatening. These medical maladies include hearing loss, stress, Meneire’s Disease, otosclerosis, TMJ disorder, hypertension, ear and sinus infection, head injuries and an abnormality in your blood flow. Getting the right diagnosis of what caused your ears to ring is the first step in getting rid of tinnitus.
Aside from your physician, tinnitus support groups can also help you get through the whole experience. However, it is also very important to verify all information that you may get regarding tinnitus especially when it comes to remedies and treatments before you decide to buy tinnitus treatment remedies of any kind. Your aim is to get cured and not worsen your condition by taking substances that can make the ringing in your ears worse.
Tinnitus can make even the simplest task difficult to accomplish. To those who have this condition, it would helpful to fully understand it and the things that you can do about it. You may be able to find various tinnitus support groups and tinnitus forums online. You can actually ask some tips for tinnitus sufferers about existing treatments, about experiences and about how you can still live normally despite having this condition. This will not only torment you physically but more often emotionally. You will need all the help that you can get from your friends, from your family and even from strangers whom you share the same experiences with.
By John On November 21, 2009 11 Comments
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By John On August 27, 2009 No Comments
I am Tan Hock Kiat, and I have just placed an order for 90 days medication. I am 65 now and have been in the construction work all my life from 20s until 50s, working in field construction with diesel engine driven welding machines running the whole day for welding work, and grinding of steel plates and pipes. I did not have any knowledge or experience with tinnitus before until just about last birthday, so I must have it for nearly one year. My hearing is very sensitive to high pitched noise especially like grinding work. I can hear it from far away and although in the last close to ten years I have been working in an office, I can still hear the grinding work being carried out by workers on the factory floor one storey below. Most of the time, in the office, I have no trouble with my tinnitus as I have my work to concentrate on. It is the moments when I am in bed, and waiting to sleep off that I have the tinnitus again, but I pray to God through Lord Jesus for help to sleep. I fall asleep for a couple of hours, look at the clock, then sleep off again after a short while.
In my earlier years, even now, I would have my ear wax removed once in a couple of months by some metal pins and pincers, with my wife’s help in the later year.
I think that my tinnitus is caused by exposure to noise which led to cochlear damage and damaged nerve endings in my inner ear, but I am not sure. I am not hear of hearing or anything like that. Anyway, I am not sure how many tablets are in the small bottle for the 90 day supply that I ordered. You mentioned to take 2 tablets twice a day, put under the tongue for at least a minute. How long before the tablets dissolve under the tongue ? Anyway, I am going to give it a chance to prove itself.
I would certainly agree with you that your tinnitus is noise induced. A 90 day supply as you ordered is in fact 3 bottles and each bottle has 120 tablets. They are small tablets that you pop under the tongue and they will disolve in about 40 seconds normally.
By John On August 10, 2009 No Comments
It’s a bit strange doing things this way and one does get wary of responding to things on the internet. The tinnitis I experience is quite low grade, in the left ear and doesn’t bother me except that I know it shouldn’t really be there. It is like a lovely walk in the mountains when the ciccadas are singing softly. But I must admit that I would be quite novel to experience silence.
I thought that once the damage is done it wasn’t possible. I had dental surgery three years ago, then shortly after that was in New Zealand in the mountain and very close to a massive blast when they were blasting rock. The past two years have been very stressful. Perhaps I should try the two undermentioned remedies. I have always preferred to use natural remedies and have never used anything for tinnitus.
Is there not something available in South Africa?
Have a good day
As a matter of fact our remedies were developed in South Africa by a renowned homeopath Dr Leslie Brom. He is unfortunatly no longer with us having passed away several years ago. That would have been the ideal solution for you.
The cicada like noises you are experiencing indicate cochlear damage related tinnitus. The tinnitus was probably triggered by the stress you mention you have been under over a two year period.
You best bet would indeed be to take the noise induced tinnitus remedy in conjunction with the stress related tinnitus remedy. In fact this combination is the exact same remedies my wife Ellen took with great success.
You will find an option on the order page to order the Noise Tinnitus Remedies which you can use. You will be offered the stress tinnitus remedy at a substantial discount. Unfortunately they are not available for sale in South Africa and you should select the Fedex shipping method when ordering as the auhorities always confiscate the remedies when we use the postal service. It matters not that the remedies are in fact manufactured to the highest standards at an FDA approved facility….
You can access the information and order page directly from the left menu under the heading Tinnitus Remedies.
Hope this helps!
By John On August 2, 2009 12 Comments
I have a question for you. I’m 62 and have had tinnitus for many years. When I was very young I had numerous ear infections and several perforated ear drums.
During the 60′s I flew in Navy jets and ended up with about 2,500 flight hours. It wasn’t until the second half of those flight hours that the Navy realized that the noise from the jet engines could be harmful and started a hearing loss program and required us to wear ear plugs.
During the past 20 years I have had numerous sinus infections and finally had two sinus surgeries that have now stopped the infections. My ears constantly feel “full” and I need to clear them frequently by plugging my nose, closing my mouth and blowing out. My ears will plug easily with changes in elevation.
On the rare occasion that my ears are relatively clear, the tinnitus is much less of a problem so my thought is that its not the tinnitus as much as it is the inability of my ears to clear or stay clear.
I have been to several ear specialists and allergy specialists but without any help. any thoughts?
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It is our experience that the tinnitus experienced by people who have had habitual problems with sinus problems is caused from a thickening of the mucous in the middle ear. There are many mucous membranes in the ear that provide a vital function. These continually produce the mucous that is essential for cleansing the middle ear.
After performing it’s cleasing action the mucous drain away from the middle ear via the Eustachian tubes which are very narrow. If anything occurs to cause the mucous to become slightly less viscous, i.e. it becomes slightly thicker than normal, it will not easily drain away from the middle ear.
This results in that “full” feeling one sometimes experiences. This condition causes many problems including ear infections and tinnitus.
You will find more information regarding this condition, which we call sinus tinnittus, and how best to treat it at the link immediately below this paragraph.