Tinnitus Cure – Eliminate Tinnitus Forever

You have just gotten tinnitus and it is irritating, distracting you to perform your normal daily activities. There are cases that it may not be a serious problem. But with a continuous buzzing sound in your ear, it would definitely give you severe headaches and difficulty hearing. With this condition, you begin to wonder … is there a cure for it?

If you search online or visit a doctor, they may say that there is no cure for tinnitus. But is it true? Everyone who is affected by this problem is sure to find desperate ways to cure it. However, there is no real cure to totally remove the ringing sound in your ear. What you could do is to find out what are the treatments that could lessen the effects of tinnitus. Treatments that could last and make you feel like having the normal hearing that you used to have.

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Statistically speaking, about 80-90 percent of people suffering from it have successfully reduced the bothersome cause of the problem. This is of course with the help of getting the right treatment for your problem. In order to start the treatment of your tinnitus, determine which one is causing you to have this condition. Once you were able to pinpoint the source of the problem, then it is time to apply the treatment right for it. Getting the right treatment would then result to effective and lasting relief.

Tinnitus can start with problems in the outer, middle and inner part of the ear. There are also possibilities that abnormal functions in the brain are causing it. So as a start, determine which of the following are possibly causing your tinnitus.

  • Outer ear problems
  • Middle ear problems
  • Inner ear problems
  • Other factors (Medications, SPADE, and other underlying health condition)

Earwax and other foreign elements that accumulate in the outer part of the ear are said to be one of the causes of tinnitus. It blocks the ear to hear external sounds that makes an individual to pay more attention with the sounds inside their heads. However, there are those who still oppose this statement and added that this is not true. It does not cause a person to have tinnitus, but what is true is that it can make the condition worse.

On the other hand, middle ear problems are commonly caused by fluid, diseases affecting its bones and the eardrums or due to other infections. The middle ear is normally air-filled but due to some infections, it becomes blocked by fluid. This in return could cause the unnecessary sounds in your ear. Sinus and allergy problems can also be a part of causing your tinnitus. The mucous thickens in the middle ear and results to put pressure in it.

Inner ear problems such as damage in the cochlea are the most common cause of tinnitus. This damage is due to long exposure of your ear to loud noises that already becomes harmful. Technologies such as mp3 players can be a source. Those who are working in noisy environments are also not safe from having their cochlea damaged. People who often crowds bars and disco is also prone to such condition. The cochlea is the portion of the ear that contains very small hair cells. When sound waves enters the ear, this hair cells moves and turns them into electrical signals transmitted to the brain who interprets it. If this becomes damaged, wrong signals are sent to your brain causing unnecessary ringing or buzzing sounds in our ear. Other infections and some head injuries or surgeries may also cause such damage to the cochlea. People at their old age are often to experience problems caused by cochlea damaged. This is because of various reasons and elements that they may have acquired over time.

Several factors are also considered to cause tinnitus. Medications such as antibiotics, analgesics, anti-viral, anti-depressants and chemotherapy drugs can have tinnitus as their side effects. This is especially true when overused. Stress and traumatic events are also a source of such symptom. Abbreviated as SPADE that stands for Stress, Panic disorder, Anxiety, Depression and other Emotional elements. Healthy people can acquire tinnitus when expose to SPADE for a long time while those who already suffer from the symptom, situation can get worse. Hypothalamus part of the brain gets affected during stressful and traumatic situations. This hypothalamus is the one producing chemicals that is important for our body to function. The longer your hypothalamus is affected by SPADE, the longer it makes the production of chemical production abnormal. Various health problems are then encountered and tinnitus is just one of them. Tinnitus is also said to be an effect of some underlying health problems that a person possibly have. Some examples of these are aneurysm, tumor, other metabolic disorders and many more.

So now that you have an idea of the various causes of the symptom, you can easily define which among them are causing yours. After you determine the cause, it is now time that you determine the treatment. No successful cure for the problem is reported, but treatment to make it tolerable is already available.

Outer and middle ear problem that causes tinnitus are treated by just simply removing those blocking your ear to function well. Earwax and foreign objects are carefully removed while sinus and allergy problems and other fluid not necessary in the ear are given medicines. These medicines are made to make the mucous and fluid to flow out. Surgery can also be done if you have the means to fund it.

Tinnitus that is caused by the damage in your cochlea may be the most irreparable one. This in the long run may result to loss of hearing. However, devices are available to make your ear function as normal as possible, device such as tinnitus maskers and hearing aids. Surgery is also an option but this would surely cause you a fortune. Natural medicines and specially made formulas are also offered.

Relaxation is the most obvious treatment for SPADE induced tinnitus. Acupuncture is one of the recommended ways to achieve this. Apart from the relaxing feeling it gives your body, it helps to have regular blood flow that could result to making your other body parts to function well. Yoga is another option for relaxing your body and mind. There are also medications available in the market that is said to help the hypothalamus to produce chemicals normally even if experiencing stress and other emotional problems. Anti-depressants and anti-anxiety drugs can also be one of the options. For a more inexpensive cure for this cause of tinnitus, playing relaxing music is a good choice.

For tinnitus caused by other underlying health problems, the treatment that needs to be done should be for the main problem. When this is treated, it is not a guarantee that the tinnitus will be gone but most would claim that the condition of their symptoms is a lot more bearable.

For those who are already suffering with this symptom, take advantage of the treatments available to remove its annoying effects and live a normal life. While for those who does not have the symptoms yet, prevent yourself from having one by taking care of your ear and using it the right way. Here are just some of the possible things you can do to prevent tinnitus:

  • When playing music, volume should be maintained at a normal level. If using earphones can be avoided, do it. Using earphones gives bigger impact in damaging your ear for it is directed straight to your ear. Unlike using loud or external speakers, the volume of the music is distributed.
  • People who cannot avoid being in noisy environment due to the nature of their work should wear something to help them protect and reduce the noise. People who work with constructions, noisy machines, rifles, bars and disco should wear earplugs.
  • Proper eating habit and lifestyle should also be considered as a way to prevent tinnitus. Avoid too much caffeine from coffee or tea, nicotine from cigarettes and alcohol.
  • Finding time to exercise does not only help in preventing tinnitus but also help in the overall condition of your body. With exercise, you help your body to make each of its parts to function well, remove harmful elements and boost your immune system.

Although natural remedies are often recommended due to the reason that it has no side effects, medical help should also be considered. This given solutions for your tinnitus symptoms are intended to make you aware of your condition, it is still important that we bear in mind to consult experts first before taking action. E.N.T experts could determine which among the available treatment are fit for your condition. Extent of tinnitus varies per individual. Treatment that one person have undergone and was successful may not be the same result for other people. Various hearing tests will be done to determine the real cause of it and the right treatment you should get. By visiting your doctor, you are making sure that you are not doing further harm to your ear by acting and prescribing solutions on our own.

{ 25 comments… read them below or add one }

Jim November 18, 2010 at 6:15 am

Ringing getting muuh worse
any sugesstions

Peter November 27, 2010 at 6:43 pm

Please Let me know when you find something that cures tinnitus.
Thank You.
Peter.

Bill weyers November 28, 2010 at 3:19 am

Please,please find a cure for this ringing.

Eric December 1, 2010 at 11:08 pm

I was just at the E.N.T. to find out why my ears were ringing and have been getting worse by the day… the only diagnosis was my hearing is damaged and there are no cures for the Tinnitus I suffer from. I have been trying the Lipo-Flavonoids and homeopathic tablets and ear drops for a few days. No positive results yet. anyone out there have any help? THIS IS TORTURE

mike deason December 3, 2010 at 3:49 pm

I have heard that massive doses of vitamin E will help with Tinnitus. Has anyone ever had any success with this?

Mark December 6, 2010 at 4:04 am

I’m 35 and have had it since i was a young bloke. I’ve never known the sound of silence. You get used to it. You just gotta try and forget it’s there. Living in an area where there is a lot of background noise helps too. Thunderstorm CD’s are good to fall asleep to, it’ll give you something to concentrate on while falling asleep.
You can live with it. You can learn to ignore it. I can still hear it somewhere within the 70 to 90 decibel range.
Only problem is, that you can pick up a habit of ignoring everyone and everything.

Don December 13, 2010 at 8:35 pm

I’m 47 and have had ringing in my ears for as long as I can remember. But over the last year, it has gotten much worse. It’s to the point of having to turn the TV volume up to a point where my wife can’t take it.

Ben December 27, 2010 at 3:46 pm

I just started having ringing in both ears in the past month. It’s constant though…I notice it every time I’m in a quiet place, and every time I wake up or lay down to sleep. Is early treatment a factor (I’ve been off caffeine for a couple of weeks, to no avail).

Ken December 30, 2010 at 9:24 pm

I’ve had it as far back as I can remember and for someone living in the quiet country, I never stop hearing it. I’m 43 and have gotten used to it to a point. Other than the obvious, the worst part is that I can’t make out what others are saying in a crowded setting, where there is background noise. I just wait for the others to laugh and I laugh along. I would LOVE to get rid of it and experience real silence.

mamood January 3, 2011 at 4:16 pm

is there any cure for tinnitus?

Ben W. January 4, 2011 at 4:54 am

I have been experiencing Tinnitus since 2006. My absolute guess of attaining it was from going to three different clubs 3 times in one week when I was 17. The third time I went that week, the ringing never went away and I knew it was because the speakers/music were insanely loud. At times of peace and quiet, it gets irritating… almost as if it just gets louder and louder by the second. I haven’t heard of peace and quiet in 4 years.
My little cure is I made my own iTunes playlist and play it at night when I can’t sleep because of it; especially without any background noise such as a fan/AC. Throughout the day, I don’t normally hear it, but sometimes, I feel like I can hear various pitches that others don’t. Maybe it’s just my intuitive hearing. Nonetheless, I feel that it’s been getting slightly worse over the years and debilitating my hearing capability.
Though hope is slim, there are still a number of ways to soften the ringing and a small chance of it just going away (I’ve heard a couple stories); but the aforementioned article is probably most suitable to follow in reducing the intensity of Tinnitus and possibly ridding it.
Also, depending on your age, be mindful of what noise-level environments you enter, especially if you have control over it. Such environments that may effect your hearing and possibly worsening Tinnitus for the night, day(s), or more are: clubs, bars, concerts, blasting music in your car, room or home, and others.
Take care all, and be sure to input your word to help others.

carolyn l. January 10, 2011 at 5:05 pm

I had aan attack of Menears disease9that is what I’ve been diagnosed with) and I have lost my hearing in one hear.The doctor says the nerves have been damage due to the Menears and that I won’y get my hearing back in that ear.I still say that God is in control and no man knows what may or may not happen.Anyway I have this horribly loud noise non stop in my head.It sometimes will be a little less but mostly very loud,makes it hard to hear out of my good ear.I have been trying the lipoflavonoids and are hoping they will help!If anyone knows of anything else to try please let me know!

Gloria January 13, 2011 at 2:08 pm

Contrary to what the advertisers or “specialist” say, there it is really NO cure for this problem. I have had it for more than 8 years. Last night I could not sleep, the ringing just got louder. I am 63 years and I went to this little church (about 25′ X 100′) about 8 years ago. The drums, piano, organ, tamborines and other musical instruments sounded great ( that was until I went outside) My ears have never been the same. I was told by the ear specialist that a little ‘thread’ breakes when sound becomes too much for the ears. The exercise he told me was try not to concentrate on ‘listening” to the sound. It works sometimes, but when you are in very quiet sittings, or reading, it’s impossible. Please warn your young people that playing loud music with windows , doors closed in small areas, rooms cars, ear-phone etc, will ruin their hearing forever.
Thanks
Suffering Granny.

garrett January 15, 2011 at 10:04 pm

I really don’t remember when mine began but I’ve had it bad for years. It started occasionally and I’d heard the old wives tale that someone is talking about you if you hear ringing in your ears, so I just let it go but now, it,s torture, it gets to sounding like crickets chirping and even some wierd squaking sound. I think hearing aids that cancel noise are out there but the’re expensive

Glenn February 2, 2011 at 8:04 pm

I had a Viral Labryinthitis in my left ear almost six years ago and I have had constant loud ringing since the morning I woke with it. It’s the only thing I can hear in that ear since I am permanently deaf in that ear now. I only get by with always having some music on or TV in the background to drown it out. If anyone finds a way to at least quiet it a little please pass it on.

Aaron February 5, 2011 at 11:39 am

Hello, I have been experiencing ringing in my ears for a while now. I have been taking welbutrin for a little over two months. The ringing is a side effect but Im wondering if that is whats causing it. It happened sudden and Im not exposed to loud noises. Anyone think its the welbutrin? I can fall asleep but I wake up by it and its a pain in the butt. Any suggestions?

Julie February 16, 2011 at 12:45 am

I don’t know if anyone has tried this but my Mum had tinnitus about 20years ago because of severe stress and a friend recommended Gingko Biloba vitamin. She took it for 4 months and the tinnitus went away and never returned.

doesntfitinatag February 19, 2011 at 2:33 am

I am 34 years old and I have tinnitus since I was a child. Right know I can’t hear anything at 5000Hz or higher. I don’t think about it all the time, but it does affect my life in many ways. I have a problem in verbal communication. I am not relaxed when I interact with most of the people around, because I spent too much effort trying to concentrate and understand what they are saying. Too much effort makes me miss the joke most of the times, so my problem with verbal communication affects non verbal communication as well. I find it more and more difficult to fit with other people and I spend most of my time with a very restricted group of people, including only my girlfriend and three or four very close relatives. Although I try to do my best, I have had a problem in finding a job during the last 2 years. I understand that a job is demanding from me to be always alert and make it look easy at the same time. But most of the people, that can’t understand the tinnitus problem, just see a man with slow reactions that needs to ask again to be sure he heard the right thing. I understand that this can cause annoyance and most of the people will jump into a conclusion before they even give you a real chance to get the job done.

The problem with tinnitus is that it is affected by many different things.
1. Infections of the ears cause by dirty swimming pools, you had in the past,
2. Problem with allergies that cause a nasal blocking and affect the air in the nasal-ear system,
3. One missing tooth on the back of the jaw could cause asymmetry that affects the temporomandibular joint,
4. High blood pressure makes it worse,
5. Tension on the neck due to bad body position,
6. Stress,
7. Cigarette, caffeine, sugar, alcohol,
8. Aspirin, antibiotics (they are everywhere), steroid hormones,
9. Exposure to loud or continuous noise at work
10. Hear loss causes more hear loss. While you give up trying to understand what other people say, the brain becomes dull with verbal skills. (Alzheimer’s disease is connected with hear loss)

I don’t have much hope for a cure, I try to eliminate the factors that make it worse and keep myself healthy with everyday exercise for mind and body.

Tony March 3, 2011 at 9:22 pm

Hello everyone. I am 53 and the tinnitus is 22. Is like one of you already said, just ignore it. Mine has a loud pitch and even louder if under stress. I been vegan for 15 years now, taken many different supplement and that did not help either.

Kieran March 4, 2011 at 1:14 am

hey guys.
I’m 18 years old and I’ve had this badly for about 2 years.

I watched the drag races without ear protection, that night a ringing started and it progressively got worse until it stayed at a certain volume.. I know the pain you’re all going through, it’s absolute torture.

Before you worry about fixing it, just don’t let it get worse! no loud ipods or high noise for too long, I promise it will get worse. If you go to concerts, stay back. It’s not worth the permanent damage I’ve gotten. Sorry everyone, know your pain. It’s destroying my sleep, but you can manage it. <3

David October 17, 2013 at 1:20 am

My ears started the dai I started taking metoprolol to lower my heart rate. That was just 20 days ago.

ellen December 22, 2013 at 1:25 am

I too have suffered for last 10 years. I am going to check out side effects of my Welbutrin too. Maybe it is not helping. I have also noticed a lot of dizziness lately too. Certainly can not heard anyone speak to me in a crowded noisy room. The just keep nodding works well along with a smile. Unless they want an answer. Lol.

Lori Ryan,RHN February 5, 2014 at 5:58 am

It’s been a year of tinnitus and I am not enjoying this ringing that takes over my world. I am going to start ear candling myself. A detox from sugar( had my last ice cream tonight) and quitting coffee. And my favorite…ginger beer. I don’t dig exercise like I use to and I am nearly 50 lbs overweight. So I decided that in a years time when I beat this tinnitus to the ground and win, I will come back and tell you how I did it!

Jim April 15, 2014 at 6:19 pm

Hi,
I’m 57, around 8 years ago, I lost my dad, Uncle, Mother in law and my wife’s uncle all within a 2-1/2 year period. I noticed when my uncle was dying that my hearing was going in one ear… with the ringing. I went to a Dr. and he said stress may have brought it on. My ringing is in the 86 decibel range… All I can say is it is so loud…
I’m basically off of soda, have been for almost one year, I occasionally have a beer or two, only 2 cups of coffee in the am… no cigarettes ever.
For my age, my blood pressure and heart rate is very good… maybe 10 lbs. over weight.
I read that tinnitus causes a high suicide rate just before I saw my Dr. I told him this and he smiled and told me I wasn’t suppose to read that… ha ha.
It is a tremendous problem communicating with my family, friends and workers. The louder the background noise, the louder the ringing in my ears.
I guess that being deaf would be 100% better than being deaf with this loud ringing.
I’m a bad candidate for hearing aid products. I spent $1000.00 at a different Dr’s office and did not get results. I did not want to pay, because I did not get relief. They went to a collections agency to get their money.
Why is it that illegals can get any kind of help, and when I complain that I did not get help, I get stuck with the bill. I’m just a bit frustrated at the moment.
Jim

Trevor June 12, 2014 at 4:34 am

Rush Limbaugh was cured through surgerey. If there’s a will there is a way. It seems my ringing is louder every night and it is difficult to get good sleep now. I would like to see more information on the ginko and vitamin E cure mm b-zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz there is another solution. Just keep cranking up the volume! Rock on out there.

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