Many people who are suffering from tinnitus may be also suffering from another illness that has actually triggered the symptoms of tinnitus. Some of these symptoms can be relieved by getting to the root causes of another problem that may have tinnitus as a side effect.
There are different factors that can cause or contribute to tinnitus. The aging process causes the human body to breakdown in many ways and the ear isn’t exempt. Deterioration of auditory cells due to aging can cause tinnitus. For those aging adults who are suffering from hearing loss and subsequent tinnitus, a hearing aid may help. By increasing the sounds around you, the noises you hear from tinnitus may be drowned out. Talk to your doctor about ways to live with tinnitus caused by the aging process.
If you have been around loud noises like machinery or even loud music, especially if you are exposed for a long or repeated time, you may begin to suffer the symptoms of tinnitus. Loud noises like fireworks and gunshots can cause a temporary onset of tinnitus while overexposure can cause permanent tinnitus. If you work in a place where loud noises are unavoidable, make sure to wear earplugs or other ear protection.
Different types of medical conditions can cause tinnitus. One of the leading causes is high blood pressure. An inner infection that causes the build-up of fluids in the inner ear will cause tinnitus. You may also experience the symptoms of tinnitus due to a build-up of wax in your ears. Visit your healthcare provider if you are hearing noises in your head that no one else can hear. Getting to the bottom of an underlying medical condition could save you from more than just the aggravation of tinnitus. In very rare cases, it can save your life, as an aneurysm or tumor could be that underlying cause of tinnitus.
One disease that causes tinnitus is Meniere’s Disease which causes a disruption in the flow of the inner ear fluids. Most of the time, only one ear is affected but it is possible to have it in both ears. Tinnitus is a side effect of this disease that normally strikes both men and women between the ages of 20 to 50. The ringing or buzzing in the ears usually starts in Meniere’s Disease at the onset of vertigo, a dizziness also associated with the disease.
The medicines you take could be the reason you are experiencing tinnitus. Over 200 different medications are known to have tinnitus as a side effect. Consult your doctor if you begin to experience any foreign noises in your ears that can’t be heard by others around you.
Taking care of your health can alleviate the causes of tinnitus in many cases. Eat a regular and nutritious diet, get enough rest, and avoid putting yourself under too much stress. All of these things can bring on other problems that carry tinnitus as a side effect. Dealing with tinnitus can be stressful enough to cause another health issue to be worse. The best way to avoid all these kinds of problems with your health is to take care of yourself. The results of being inattentive to your body and its physical state could end up putting you at risk for having to deal with tinnitus on a daily basis. Understanding the causes of tinnitus can help you on the journey to a cure and finally living tinnitus-free.
If you are currently living with tinnitus, there is a proven way to get rid of your tinnitus for good. It is by following the holistic approach to healing. By using a multidimensional treatment for tinnitus, we are tackling all tinnitus causative factors and eliminating these triggering elements from the root. This is the only path for permanent freedom from tinnitus.
This article is based on the book, “Tinnitus Miracle” by Thomas Coleman. Thomas is an author, researcher, nutritionist and health consultant who dedicated his life to creating the ultimate Tinnitus solution guaranteed to permanently reverse the root of ear ringing and naturally and dramatically improve the overall quality of your life, without the use prescription medication and without any surgical procedures. Learn more by visiting his website: www.TinnitusMiracle.com