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Some Natural Treatments For Tinnitus

Author : Frederick Singletonne

Tinnitus is a fairly common problem, specifically in older people. It exhibits as a continuous ringing or roaring noise even though the sound isn't actually present. It is not always connected with a hearing problem. It is actually a symptom of other medical problems.

Some of the reasons for tinnitus are:

Damage to the inner ear. This is actually the most common cause of tinnitus. The harm is specific to the nerve within the inner ear. An unwanted effect of this is hearing loss. It has been shown that people with some kind of hearing problems often are afflicted by tinnitus.

Use of certain medications over a long period of time. Some anti-inflammatory drugs and blood thinners may cause injury to the inner ear which can easily lead to tinnitus.

Jaw joint problems. This doesn't really cause tinnitus, but instead a grating or clicking whenever you move your jaw.

Many other ear problems. Things such as ear infections, a stiffening in the inner ear bones or perhaps a rupture of the eardrum, even an excess build up of earwax, may cause tinnitus.

Pretty much any situation that affects your ears and hearing can be a cause for tinnitus.

If you curently have tinnitus, you know that it's a very irritating problem. You might have tried dozens of things to try and get rid of it and absolutely nothing has worked. Here are a few more things you can try to help get rid of the tinnitus. They are primarily a natural remedy for tinnitus.

Bayberry bark, burdock root, hawthorn leaf and flower, goldenseal and myrrh act to purify the bloodstream and as such cure any infections which may be causing the tinnitus.

Ginko biloba has been shown to increase blood circulation and can therefore help with reducing dizziness and hearing loss which is caused by reduced blood flow into the ears.

An improved diet is a good natural remedy for tinnitus. Pineapple reduces inflammation, while garlic, kelp and sea vegetables introduce a great selection of trace minerals and vitamins you may be lacking.

Obviously, what works best for one person may not work with another sufferer. It is fairly safe to use a natural remedy for tinnitus, but to be on the safe side, you should definitely make sure by consulting a physician that the ingredients in your natural remedy for tinnitus don't disagree with any medications you may already be taking.

Don't simply go ahead and insert odd things into the body. You may not like the results. Some home remedies are simply not very sensible while others may actually cause you harm. Be very careful when trying any of these remedies.

You don't have to live on medication to try to combat your tinnitus. You can find natural remedies for tinnitus around; you need to simply find the one that works for you. Be sure that any remedy you are trying is safe and won't adversely affect any medication you may be taking at the time.

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