Curing Diseases Through Your Diet

Every week, news stories reveal that taking a particular herb, food or supplement can have a positive effect on our health. Many diseases can be reversed, controlled and cured if we change the way we eat or through other natural means.

Doesn't it make sense to learn how what we eat can help prevent and even cure such diseases. This blog is dedicated to providing such information directly and through valuable links and other resources.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Tinnitus - The Internal Ringing

Tinnitus is that constant sound of ringing or hissing that occurs inside your ear that is NOT due to any outside sound source. This internal noise can come and go or can be an almost constant companion to the sufferer of tinnitus. Sometimes the sound is loud and noticeable and sometimes it is just in the background of one's awareness.

How does one get tinnitus?

"Tinnitus From Exposure to Noise Is BY FAR the MOST COMMON cause of tinnitus."

That quote comes from the website, T-Gone Remedies and is certainly worth examining further.

Just what is meant by exposure to noise?
  • If you have ever left a bar or a party with your ears ringing, you have been exposed to noise.
  • If you have spent much time in clubs, you have been exposed to noise.
  • If you have been in a motor accident where the airbags have been deployed, you have been exposed to noise.
  • Have you worked in a loud factory or a noisy environment?
  • Did you play in a band?
You may have been exposed to loud, sudden noises (such as fireworks or gunfire) that you had no control over. These occurrences can and DO cause cochlear damage that can lead to hearing loss and tinnitus.

The are other root causes of tinnitus, but is there any relief? Yes, you CAN get the relief you need.

Click here >> T-Gone Remedies for help with determining the cause of your tinnitus.

So hang in there and you will get relief from tinnitus and get to enjoy a life free from those awful ringing noises!

For additional information about tinnitus - articles, news, videos and and more, visit Tinnitus.

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