Not all the cures and home remedies for tinnitus will come in the size of a pill. Improving your hearing naturally will have to include some dietary changes or having you do some basic daily exercises. However, they all come with you having to make some changes to how you were living your life, before reading this article. Would that interest you?
We all want “some” things in our lives to change. Like tinnitus. Yet few achieves that maxim. Why? It is my understanding that because most people run around in their increasing busy lives with no room on their plates for anything more than what they are dealing with right now. We are all overloaded with so many responsibilities to maintain. It's completely wearing us down and wearing us out.
“My plate runneth over is not a good thing.”
It means there's no room for any thing or any one else.
One of the things that does not occur to us is to re-think into that maximum a little deeper. First, you are asking for something. You want some thing or some behavior that you do not possess right now. OK. Well, where are you going to put it? You're already operating on overload. At maximum.
What would happen if you looked at your life like a big plate with everything and behavior about your whole life on it. What would you be willing to let go of in order to make some room for something else to be on your plate instead? We are beyond crazed with our desires for something more, something larger, better, sweeter, faster. The list goes on.
What would you be willing to let go of … to reverse tinnitus and restore some hearing loss? Would you be willing to get out of a chair and get some exercise sometimes? Tinnitus is Greek for “ringing”. Did you know that most of Tinnitus is related directly to stress and circulation? Doctors can only clean your ears, or offer you a pill and some advice about stress management. So to start off with, bring your stress levels down. Get more in shape. After all, a healthy body is … well, a healthy body.
Easy to say, but we still have not answered the fundamental question: What gets let go of? What gets taken off your plate? You have to answer that one first. Again. What would you be willing to let go of … to reverse tinnitus? Would you be willing to make some dietary changes so that you could supply your body with the necessary nutrients that could reverse your tinnitus or hearing loss? Or do not you believe that vitamins and supplements work?
Do you believe that vitamins and supplements work?
Did you know that there's over 10,000 peer reviewed, double blind Doctoral studies out there, that clearly demonstrate that the right nutrients in the right combination can improve your hearing and reduce your tinnitus. Hands down! Maybe you need to give up a belief, or remove a belief from your plate that say's vitamins do not work. That vitamins do not work is not only inaccurate, but it also does not serve you to hold onto that belief any longer either. Or, thinking that exercise does not make a difference to your ears. Here is a list of vitamins and supplements that have studies to back them up that return hearing loss.
NAC or N acetyl Cysteine (The hearing Pill), The Hearing Loss Pill, The “B” spectrum of vitamins, Aldosterone precursors, Folic acid, Ginkgo Biloba, Glutathion, Magnesium, Vitamin “C”, “D”, Anioxidants of every kind , and Zinc.
How is tinnitus treated? By you!
It's expected that a little bit of due diligence is needed to create new behaviors. So take the time to exercise and take the time to learn a little more about nutrients and preparing nutritive foods. Like always, having more potassium in your body than sodium for example is a great place to start. Most of us run around with so much salt and not enough potassium it's creating disorders you do not want to know about.
Bodies operate best with lots more potassium and a lot less salt.
Another enemy of hearing is the use of stimulants. Sugar has been recently shown by the World Health Organization to have multiple causes of health disorders that affect circulation. Coffee and sodas, alcohol, aspirins, toxic medications and everything colored white is also on the hit list.
Just because you're hearing noises in your head does not mean you're crazy. If you hear noises ringing only in one ear and not the other, that's also common place for tinnitus. Tinnitus is described as a constant buzzing, whistling or rolling in your ears. One or both ears. For some, like myself, the shrill whine is only temporary. For others it can go on all day and night.
Just cuz you're hearing noises does not mean you're crazy.
Younger people are contracting tinnitus at ever increasing rates. iPods and Mp3s have contributed enthusiastically to these stats. The usual age for people to begin to get tinnitus is about forty. However, even though tinnitus is usually associated with significant hearing loss, it can also affect people without any hearing difficulty whatever.
The fragile cilia hairs of the inner ear are also aspirin's junkyard.
Ototoxic medications contribute significantly to tinnitus, so you might want to see about using some anti oxidant therapy to help you clean your ears out. The US Navy has spent 11 years and millions of dollars finding out that NAC or N acetyl cysteine can return and even restore your hearing ability with “The Hearing Pill”. As of late, aldosterone, a hormone, has shown epic results in returning subjects who were deaf to a forty percent increase in their hearing.
People who were deaf returned a forty percent increase in their hearing.
What you need is out there to help you improve your hearing naturally. There is lots of information that can direct you to the supplements you are looking for to help you out. Before your hearing lets you down, get a little proactive. Read some articles and inform yourself about what your aging ears will need to survive another twenty years of rock music players. Without experiencing hearing loss and needing a hearing aid.
Letting go of an old unwanted behavior is like letting go of an old friend.
But getting back to what you are willing to let go of. Remember that question? When it comes time to let things go, it helps to think of behaviors and routines like old friends that have served you at one time and that simply does not serve you anymore.
You may experience some momentary grief at their passing. Like saying goodbye to an old friend. So say goodbye! Ritualize it by simply standing up and bowing honorably to your old friend as you thank them for all they have done to serve you, and say goodbye.
What's really taking place is you're taking something off your life plate, to replace it, hopefully, with something better. Like improving your hearing naturally with vitamins, supplements and exercise. The more informed choices you make will obviously result in a better way of life, and hearing ability. Please do not overlook your ears. They are ear-replaceable.
Have you considered trying meditation? Again, countless degrees of studies show deep states of relaxation and improved stress management can easily be achieved simply by sitting down, closing your eyes for fifteen minutes, and just being aware of breathing in, and then breathing out. What could be simpler.
How can tinnitus be further prevented?
The next time you go out dancing, wear ear protection. That means take care of your ears. I used to stuff some paper napkins twisted into a cone in my ears when I was younger. Hear a fire engine coming down the road. Cover your ears.
Turning on a blender or chainsaw … that's right. Cover your ears.
Then check with a qualified nutritionist for the right balance of vitamins and supplements you will need to get the job done right. Then earmark this article. The bones for creating any transformation you are looking for in your life are right here.
Harreson Waymen CHP