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Published on Feb 20, 2013

Tinnitus Miracle Scam Tinnitus Miracle

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Is Tinnitus Understood?
Worldwide research continues but the actual mechanisms, or processes of tinnitus are not yet fully understood. We do know that tinnitus is real, not imagined, and that it is a symptom of a malfunction, usually somewhere in the hearing system (includes ear and brain). The inner ear, or cochlear, is involved for many people.

Do Many People Suffer From Tinnitus?
Yes, Tinnitus Miracle Scam millions around the world! Probably 18% of Australians have tinnitus at some time of their lives and approximately '50 million Americans have tinnitus in some form'. Countries with self-help groups include USA, UK, Germany, Canada, New Zealand and, of course, Australia. Severe tinnitus is recognised as a very major affliction, but most people have tinnitus to a milder degree. Given time, commitment and up-to-date professional help, tinnitus can reduce for many people.

Check With Your Dentist
Perhaps 5% of tinnitus is caused by a jaw joint (*TMJ) problem which is treatable. This type of tinnitus occurs because jaw muscles and a muscle in the middle ear are closely connected. When jaw muscles spasm the ear muscles react by pulling the eardrum too tight, and this situation can result in tinnitus.

In Summary
Tinnitus is not simple. Everybody's tinnitus noise is individual to them, although of course there are several major types e.g. ringing, buzzing, whistling, roaring, humming etc. Its causes are many (though excessive noise and some medications are the major PREVENTABLE causes). The range of tinnitus is very wide from mild to severe. It is usual for tinnitus to fluctuate with stress or tiredness and this has no sinister

What Causes Tinnitus?
Construction WorkerMany causes - almost everything that can go wrong with our ears can produce tinnitus as a symptom! Perhaps as simple as wax against the eardrum, or as serious as a tumour on the hearing nerve. Otosclerosis (fixation of the tiny stirrup bone in the middle ear) can produce tinnitus; so can Meniere's disease. A major cause of tinnitus is EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE NOISE, e.g. chain saws, machinery, rock concerts. Noise destroys!

Try easing off caffeine (tea, coffee, coca-cola, chocolate), and alcohol as they can temporarily worsen tinnitus for some people. Avoid quinine - as in tonic water. Nicotine and marijuana too. Smoking narrows your blood vessels which supply vital oxygen to your ears and their sensory cells. PLEASE - quit smoking!

Stress and Fatigue - They make tinnitus worse! Keeping busy - trying to focus your energies OUTWARD AND AWAY from the tinnitus - is an excellent idea, but stress and fatigue only undermine you. Minimise them by rethinking your lifestyle. Relaxation therapy can help greatly if learnt and practised daily.

Hypnotherapy from a qualified practitioner may help. Also good - sports, hobbies, yoga, t'ai chi, reflexology or massage.


What Can Make Tinnitus Worse?
Loud noise! - Exposure to sudden or long-term noise can damage your hearing with resultant deafness and tinnitus. High-risk groups include industrial workers, farmers, transport workers - and don't forget that noisy lawn mower! Reduce the noise source or protect your ears with earplugs, or ear muffs. Leisure noise can also be a hazard, e.g. rock concerts, boom boxes in cars and misuse of a Walkman - never play it loudly.

Tinnitus is a physical condition, experienced as noises or ringing in the ears or head when no such external physical noise is present. Tinnitus is usually caused by a fault in the hearing system; it is a symptom, not a disease in itself.

The word "tinnitus" means "tinkling Tinnitus Miracle Scam or ringing like a bell". Latin origin; usually pronounced tinn-itus, the "i" as in "sit".

Meniere's Disease
Is a common condition in which most patients suffer from tinnitus and deafness in one ear and periodic attacks of dizziness. One of these symptoms may be the predominant one and so some patients mainly Tinnitus Miracle complain of tinnitus in the affected ear. Some patients have tinnitus in both ears. Accurate diagnosis/treatment of Meniere's disease may result in significantly less tinnitus.

Is There Any Medication For Tinnitus?
Perhaps for some people. It depends on the cause of the tinnitus; consult your specialist. Vitamin B12 may be helpful. Herbal remedies, if taken under medical supervision, may be of some use Tinnitus Miracle Scam.

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