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tinnitus


Recent reports suggests to avoid aspirin and aspirin products

Tinnitus is the medical term for ringing in the ears. Rarely, tinnitus is due to an actual sound such as blood rushing through an enlarged vein—a problem that requires medical treatment. More commonly the problem is due to nerve irritation from an unknown source or an underlying ear problem often induced by noise damage.

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In Traditional Chinese Medicine, ringing in the ears and Tinnitus is an alarm that the energy in your kidney meridian is low or deficient. Most Tinnitus and ear ringing conditions, unless caused by injury, are related to excessive stress or trauma, which depletes the energy flow to your kidneys

Dietary changes that may be helpful: Meniere’s disease (a condition characterized by tinnitus, vertigo, and hearing loss) is reportedly associated with various problems eg, cholesterol and/or triglycerides and abnormal regulation of blood sugar.

Among individuals with Meniere’s disease who replaced refined carbohydrates in their diet with high-FIBRE, complex carbohydrates, tinnitus frequently improved or disappeared.

Nutritional supplements and other natural therapies that may be helpful: Vitamin B12 deficiency has been reported to be common in people exposed to loud noise on the job who developed tinnitus and hearing loss. A quick vitamin and mineral deficiency test at Gwella Clinic for €30.00

Herbs that may be helpful: Ginkgo biloba has been used to treat tinnitus. (not available in herbal form in Ireland, only homeopathic)

Lesser periwinkle (Vinca minor) contains a compound known as vincamine.

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