Help With Tinnitus – First You Need to Know What the Underlying Causes Are

When looking for help with tinnitus you need to keep in mind one very important fact: tinnitus is not a condition, it’s a symptom of another condition or conditions. So any help with tinnitus has to address these underlying conditions, not the symptoms of tinnitus themselves.

That’s why mainstream medication and audio maskers etc. have a poor record: nearly 93% of tinnitus suffers never get relief from their problem. And why so many victims are now looking at completely natural remedies to help with their tinnitus. You will discover what these underlying conditions are here.

The sounds of tinnitus that drive you mad vary from person to person; whistling, hissing, booming, knocking, ticking, clicking, whooshing, etc. And much depends on the cause of your tinnitus, i.e. the underlying condition(s).

When you, as the victim, are the only person to hear the sounds this is ‘subjective tinnitus’. When your doctor can also hear them (with a special audio instrument), this is known as ‘objective tinnitus’. Subjective tinnitus is much more common. Either way tinnitus can drive you insane, turning your whole life upside down. So, like millions of other victims around the world, you need help with your tinnitus.

But if these sounds are only the symptoms of some underlying problem, what are these problems? In general they are problems to do with ear damage, your health position and loud noises. For example, things such as inner ear infections / auditory nerve damage, noise-damaged hearing, head trauma, whiplash, meniere’s disease, otosclerosis, blocked eustachian tube, allergies, stress, anxiety, drugs, etc.

Where do you get help? Usually your doctor or other ear expert will put you on drugs such as antidepressants, antihistamines, anticonvulsants, cardiovascular and intravenous lidocaine. To help your tinnitus further, they may also suggest the use of hearing aids or audio maskers to try to ‘hide’ the noises. And you may be pointed in the direction of counselling and tinnitus support groups.

But these aren’t really addressing the underlying issues so that, as stated in the introduction, 93% of sufferers never get real relief, and are desperate for help with their tinnitus.

Which is why thousands around the world are turning to totally natural remedies to help their tinnitus. They are discovering remedies and techniques that they can use to improve their diet, improve their health, reduce stress and anxiety, etc. These are just some of the important areas that you will need to investigate and address in order to get proper relief from your tinnitus. A lot of work on your part, but it will be time well spent.