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Tinnitus is the ringing, buzzing, crackling, or hissing sound heard inside one or both ears. Colds and flu, noisy environments, allergy flare-ups can increase the intensity of tinnitus noise.
Oils can be administered with a head massage, a vaporizer, or an aromatherapy diffuser.CounselingLiving with tinnitus can be an emotionally taxing experience. Sufferers of tinnitus can experience a wide variety of noise, the severity of which ranges from minor annoyance to debilitating pain.Tinnitus may be caused by allergy, high or low blood pressure (blood circulation problems), a tumor, diabetes, thyroid problems, injury to the head or neck, as well as a variety of medications including anti-inflammatory medicines, antibiotics, sedatives, antidepressants, and aspirin. Other tinnitus irritants include high salt intake, sugar, artificial sweeteners, alcohol, various medications, tobacco, and caffeine.How Common is Tinnitus?The American Tinnitus Association estimates that 50 million people in the United States have experienced tinnitus.


Talking with a counselor or joining a support group can offer emotional support.HerbsGinkgo Biloba, Black Cohosh, Hawthorn, MelatoninAccording to a study done by the Department of Food Science at the University of Massachusetts, ginkgo leaf extract may be effective for the treatment of tinnitus. Ginkgo extract is widely prescribed by holistic healers as a treatment for a range of health issues including memory and concentration problems, confusion, depression, anxiety, dizziness, tinnitus and headache.The Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants categorizes tinnitus as a nerve condition that can benefit from black cohosh.
Additionally, The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Natural Remedies suggests black cohosh as an herbal remedy for blood congestion or pressure in the head. However, medical research has not shown the effectiveness of homeopathy for tinnitus relief.Relaxation TherapiesMassage therapy, Meditation, Yoga, and BiofeedbackStress relief and relaxation therapies are helpful in easing the discomfort and pain of tinnitus. Massage applied to the head, neck and chest is suggested.Sound TherapyWhite noise machines.


Results from clinical study overseen by the Department of Veteran Affairs indicated that TRT was significantly more effective in comparison to traditional counseling or non-treatment.TMS HealingTinnitus is among the many conditions identified as possibly manifested by TMS (Tension Myositis Syndrome), a psychosomatic disorder.



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