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• Constant sound heard in one or both ears
• Seeming to come from inside the head
• Repetitive buzzing, ringing, hissing o...
• Often temporary after exposure to loud
  noises, such as rock concert
• Cold or mild head injury
• May become permanent ...
• Abnormal condition of the ear, eventually
  leading to hearing loss
• Buildup of earwax, head injury, stress,
  medicati...
• Difficult for a practitioner to diagnose,
  particularly without physical symptoms
• Homeopathic remedies for tinnitus
•...
• Relaxation therapies and exercise
• Natural herbs and remedies: gingko biloba,
  spinach, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds...
• At Megavista Health, the focus is on positive,
  holistic health and nutrition
• Learn more about tinnitus and other hea...
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Remedies for Tinnitus Relief

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Tinnitus is a condition whereby a constant sound is heard in one or both ears and seems to come from the middle of the head and not an external source from outside the body.

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Remedies for Tinnitus Relief

  1. 1. http://www.megavista-health.com/articles/he
  2. 2. • Constant sound heard in one or both ears • Seeming to come from inside the head • Repetitive buzzing, ringing, hissing or whistling • Pulsatile tinnitus – specific type that involves pulsating sounds, often in tune with heartbeat • Whooshing or thumping sounds – often the result of a blood disturbance
  3. 3. • Often temporary after exposure to loud noises, such as rock concert • Cold or mild head injury • May become permanent as the sounds of tinnitus fail to subside • More common among older people • Symptoms worse when external world is quieter, such as at night • Can cause anxiety, difficulty concentrating, insomnia, depression
  4. 4. • Abnormal condition of the ear, eventually leading to hearing loss • Buildup of earwax, head injury, stress, medication, or anemia • Temporary relief by blocking out noise by soft external sounds • Important to establish underlying cause
  5. 5. • Difficult for a practitioner to diagnose, particularly without physical symptoms • Homeopathic remedies for tinnitus • Diet • Relaxation techniques for stress reduction
  6. 6. • Relaxation therapies and exercise • Natural herbs and remedies: gingko biloba, spinach, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds • Diet: avoid salt, dairy • Well balanced diet • Healthy, fulfilled lifestyle • To learn more, visit http://www.megavista-health.com/articles/health-con
  7. 7. • At Megavista Health, the focus is on positive, holistic health and nutrition • Learn more about tinnitus and other health conditions by visiting our website: • http://www.megavista-health.com
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