Tinnitus Guide
 

Remedies for Tinnitus that WORK

There are a few diseases that a person often suffers from which, though not proving fatal in nature can yet can be immensely agonizing, if not unbearable to the point of committing suicide. Tinnitus incidentally, could top the list of such tormenting traumatic tragedies. It does not cause excruciating pain in the body or limbs, nor does it rob a person of his/her normal bodily functions, but it sure turns the person roving mad with consistent tingling in the ear day after day, month after month and year after year, with no hope of ever getting an ounce of relief.


It is not that there is no respite from tinnitus but more often than not, these are either transitory in nature, symptomatic in treatment (resuming as soon as drugs are withdrawn) or involve complicated surgical procedure. However, it must be borne in mind that the most effective treatment for tinnitus may be conducted through determining the underlying causes of the disease and treating them independently and consistently. But alas, conventional medical practitioners often fail to achieve this and resort to therapies that include harmful drugs, minerals or vitamins vaguely related to the ailment, biofeedback, tinnitus maskers, and failing all, by hypnosis.


Different Types of Tinnitus

Nevertheless, let us take a look at some of the conventional treatment procedures addressed at tinnitus before taking any conclusive view on the topic.
 

Remedies for Tinnitus Objective Tinnitus

  • Botulinum toxin (Palatal tremor)
  • Propranolol / Clonazepam (Arterial anatomic variation)
  • Gamma knife radiosurgery (Glomus Jugulare)
  • Cochlea shielding by Teflon implant
  • Clearing of the ear canal . 

Remedies for Tinnitus Subjective tinnitus

  • Drugs / supplements / nutrients

    • Ginkgo Biloba (in various forms)
    • Lidocaine injection into the inner ear (effective for about 20 minutes)
    • Tricyclics (Amitriptyline, Notriptyline) in minor doses
    • Zinc supplements (if serum zinc deficiency is observed)
    • Sodium fluoride/Etidronate (Ostosclerosis)
    • Acamprostrate
    • Lignocaine (for patients responsive to white noise masking)
    • Carbazepine
    • Melatonin (for those who also suffer from sleep disturbance)
    • Setraline
    • Vitamin supplements (Lipoflavonoid)

Note: Most of these are associated with mild to severe side effects.


  • Electrical stimulations supposed to stop the ringing noise 

    • Transcranial magnetic stimulation / Transcranial Direct Current stimulation.
    • Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve stimulation
    • Implanted electrodes for direct stimulation of the auditory cortex.
    • Application of electrical or magnetic field on the head of the person to reduce ringing as practiced by German neurologist Berthold Langguth. Implanting of electrode to the brain of the patient to deactivate neurons, as practiced by Belgian neurosurgeon Dirk De Ridder.

  • Surgery to halt or reduce the ringing noise involves Repair of the Perilymph Fistula.

  • Use of peripheral sound to counteract the ringing noise

    • Music Therapy or Auditive Stimulation Therapy
    • Tinnitus Masker (white noise or filtered noise)
    • Ultrasonic bone-conduction involving external acoustic stimulation
    • Tinnitus retraining therapy
    • Probable lost frequency compensation with hearing aid

  • Psychosomatic Treatment for elimination of ringing noise

    • Cognitive Behavioral therapy

  • Light-based therapy for Tinnitus involves Photobiomodulation OR Low Level Laser therapy.

From the above listing of drugs, therapies, injections, surgeries and techniques applied, it may become evident that medical science have so far left no stone unturned to bring about an effective remedy for tinnitus and has, to be honest about it, miserably failed on its mission. Nevertheless, for a person keen on figuring out the reason for the letdown, it is really quite simple.


Researchers, as we know, are employed by pharmaceutical giants to find out drug formulations that would sell. Forewarned thus, the analyzers narrow their outlook by devoting more on the economic side of their invention than their beneficial effect on the general public. But in the process, they lose the perspective to examine a disease in all its aspects, confining more on the symptoms than the causes.


Tinnitus Remedies and Cures that Work

Fortunately, a group of open minded medical doctors have recently appeared on the scene who believe in treating tinnitus in a holistic way that has proved to be hundred percent effective since it addresses the root causes that has created the agonizing ear noise, ignoring the symptoms altogether.

What is more, the holistic approach has cleared their perceptions to such an extent that they openly repudiate the older theory that any one of the following three issues is responsible for tinnitus in most cases.


  • High level of stress or anxiety
  • Sinus congestion and/or complication
  • Cochlear (inner ear) nerve damage

However, the doctors who firmly believe in holistic way of treatment are positive about their conviction that all three of the above issues are collectively responsible for the ailment. Yes, there are many contributing factors they say and to successfully get a cure, you will need to delve deeper and find all of these factors and then fix them. Only then will tinnitus go away for good. Just treating the symptoms and not the root causes (as is the case with the conventional approach) will never work.

 



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