Symptoms For Tinnitus

  

Tinnitus is a condition where the person hears a ringing noise that does not really exist. The noise can be caused due to over exposure to loud noise, a high blood pressure, an immense pressure in the cerebrospinal fluid of the brain, a tumor growth in the middle ear, etc.More...

Best Treatment Tinnitus

Best Treatment Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a ringing sensation produced in one or both the ears. It is not a disease or a disorder. It is in fact a symptom of an underlying disease found in the body. High blood pressure, abnormal functioning of the blood vessels found in and around the ears, a muscular disorder or abnormality near or in the ear canal, tumor development in the middle ear are some reasons for tinnitus.More...

 

 

Does Pulmonary Hypertension Cause Pulsatile Tinnitus

Does Pulmonary Hypertension Cause Pulsatile Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a condition where a person hears a ringing sensation, which would normally appear like a roaring sound, in his/her ears. The experience can be quite frightening and annoying at the same time. In these cases, the person would be imagining sounds that does not even exist. This can severely interfere with the person’s day-to-day activities. The sound can prevent the person from having a normal sleep preventing his brain from getting adequate rest. This can seriously cripple the person’s attention and concentration reducing his work output considerably.More...

 

 

Homeopathics For Tinnitus

Homeopathics For Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a very annoying condition where the person experiences a constant ringing sound in his ears. The sound may seem like a mild buzz. In severe cases, it will cause a roaring sound making it impossible for the person to concentrate while performing normal functions and activities. It can severely interfere with the person’s hearing ability as well.More...

 

 

Medical Treatment For Tinnitus

Medical Treatment For Tinnitus

Medical treatment for tinnitus is very limited. Tinnitus used to be thought as purely psychological condition but not anymore. Once tinnitus was acknowledge as medical condition, modern day medical treatment normally consists of drugs, audio maskers, complimentary treatments, biofeedback and surgery in rare cases.

Typical medications used to cure and treat tinnitus have been anti-depressant drugs such as Xanax, antihistamines that reduce allergies and some heart medications. More...

 

List Of Drugs That Cause Tinnitus

List Of Drugs That Cause Tinnitus

Tinnitus can have many different causes. But it is surprising to know that some drugs can actually cause tinnitus. Certain medications are toxic to the ear (ototoxic). Consumption of certain medication may produce tinnitus as a side effect without any damage to inner ear.

Medications that may cause or worsen tinnitus are called ototoxic drugs. There are very few ototoxic drugs.More...

 

 

 

 

Tinnitus-And-Vitamin-C      Tinnitus is often caused by blocked or reduced blood flow to the ears, which can happen in two ways. The tiny artery leading to the inner ear can get clogged with cholesterol, causing a kind of stroke in the ear. Loud noises can send this artery into spasm, reducing blood supply to the cochlea. In either case, an interrupted blood supply can lead to hearing problems and tinnitus. Antioxidants like vitamins C and E keep arteries open and free of plaque buildup. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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