Oct 8

Average User Rating : Product Reviewed : Banish Tinnitus by Paul Carrington Banish Tinnitus is an easy to follow popular ebook that will show you how to clear tinnitus in 3 simple steps. This tinnitus help system, devised by former sufferer Paul Carrington, addresses the 3 root causes of tinnitus: inner ear damage, sinus congestion and stress. What I really like about the banish tinnitus book is that it does not involve using any drugs, audio therapies or expensive and risky surgery in the treatment for tinnitus. Instead, the system is based on 100% natural methods, making small and simple changes to your daily habits, nutritional advice and other crucial measures that will help to bring safe and natural tinnitus relief.  

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Larry Silverman 

Rochester, NY    

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I almost gave up on getting help with the horrendous ringing in my ears. Then I found your site Paul and now I want to scream at my doctor! Your method is so simple and it works like nothing else.

Since taking your advice tinnitus has completely vanished from my life… and it’s been over 9 months! It’s absolutely incredible… you’ve restored my sanity!

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Nov 19

Tinnitus may affect more than half of the American population. A curable ailment within the inner ear canal, tinnitus is noticed by continual ringing, hissing & swishing noises in ears that will not subside. When you suffer from tinnitus, you will feel like you’re insane and no one else can hear the noises.

But you don’t have to suffer – tinnitis symptoms are curable.
5 Small Steps To Silence Tinnitus Symptoms:

Tinnitus symptoms may be common amongst more than twenty five percent of the American population. A curable ailment originating from problems in the inner ear canal, tinnitus is inherent with endless buzzing, ringing or swishing noises that never subside. When the levels of ear ringing are high, it can constitute feelings of insanity and leave you feeling all alone. But you don’t have to feel isolated – noises in ears can be treated and homeopathic treatments have helped many sufferers ease the pain.

tinnitis symptoms can come in a single episode, temporarily for a few days or weeks, or for good. The noises in ears can interfere with an individual’s ability to concentrate and may also cause sleep disturbance with the noises in ears.

General tinnitis symptoms and Causes

* Immense ear wax. When excess wax builds up in the ear canal, it can weaken the ability to hear outside noises and may worsen noises in ears.

* Otis media is the medical term for a middle ear infection or inflammation of the middle ear. If left undiagnosed or untreated, Otis media can lead to infection of the mastoid bone behind the ear, a ruptured ear drum, and hearing loss. Sometimes, tinnitus symptoms begin again following a middle ear infection.

* Brain or head injury. General symptoms of a brain or head injury include loss of consciousness, confusion, drowsiness, personality change, seizures, nausea, headache and vomiting. Roughly 25% of individuals who sustain a brain or head trauma, experience tinnitis symptoms following the injury.

* Meniere’s disease is a disorder of the inner ear that affects balance and hearing. The tinnitus experienced by Meniere’s patients is continual and does not subside with time, although its levels may vary.

* Otosclerosis is an abnormal bone growth in the middle ear that causes noises in ears. About 75% of people with otosclerosis also experience tinnitis symptoms.

* Weak Circulation may be an indication of a serious heart disorder. Common symptoms of poor circulation include cold hands and feet, white fingers, dizziness when standing quickly, numbness, varicose veins, migraine headaches, tinnitus and noises in ears.

* High Blood Cholesterol: High blood cholesterol clogs arteries that supply oxygen to the nerves of the inner ear. Lowering blood cholesterol levels may reduce tinnitis symptoms.

A helpful tinnitus fact:

Ginkgo biloba has been known to help symptoms of tinnitus as well as depression and your memory.

5 Steps To Silence – Ease Common Tinnitus Symptoms

* Avoid all loud sounds and noisy places.
* Avoid total silence try and mask the tinnitus with white noise.
* Avoid exorbitant use of alcohol, caffeine, or aspirin.
* Wear ear protection when using chain saws, guns, lawn mowers, loud music or power tools. Exposure to loud noises can make tinnitus worse and can also cause additional hearing loss.
* Control stress levels and learn how to relax in stressful situations.

Most people with tinnitus also suffer from anxiety and lack of sleep. At night when all is quiet, the ringing in your ears may sound louder, making it harder to sleep. The lack of sleep, in turn makes you more tired during the day which increases your anxiety and stress. Poor sleep induces depression, negative thoughts and a resultant higher level of anxiety and tinnitus symptoms.

John Currie

Nov 18

Tinnitus Maskers

Tinnitus is a problem of the ear that causes the sufferer to experience distortion of sound or to hear sounds such as ringing buzzing or humming in the ears. Normally these sounds are short-lived, but for some they can continue for many years causing quite a lot of distress for the sufferer.

Tinnitus can be caused by a number of different reasons such as exposure to loud noises, side effects of certain medications or as a result of a chronic ear condition. For those who cannot manage their tinnitus, or are finding that it is interfering with their normal daily life, there is a range of treatment options including the use of devices called tinnitus maskers.


What Exactly are Tinnitus Maskers?

Tinnitus maskers, otherwise known as white noise generators, are electronic pieces of equipment that have been designed especially for the treatment of this condition. The aim of these devices is to try and make the tinnitus less noticeable, they do not claim to make the condition go away or cure the underlying problem.


The generators create white noise or static sound that can be heard externally, with the hope of reducing the presence of the tinnitus. Initially the sufferer retrains their brain to listen to the noise, but over time, they become used to the noise, by which time the tinnitus has become less of an importance therefore less noticeable.


Types of Maskers

Maskers do not necessarily have to be expensive pieces of equipment and trials can begin at home using simple machines such as radios. By playing static sound at a low volume the brain will become slightly confused and will focus on this sound rather than the tinnitus. If this is successful it may be worth considering buying a masking device that can be worn on the body, behind the ear permanently.


As many people find that their tinnitus is worse at night or when there are no background sounds, some companies have created bedside devices specifically for night time use and can be plugged in next to your bed. The advent and increasingly popular use of MP3 players has also opened doors for sufferers of tinnitus as there is now software available that is purely static sound, and this can be downloaded and played as a masker.

Many suffers of tinnitus have developed their own CD’s to be played via a portable CD or MP3 player and suggest using gentler sounds such as waves or breezes as these are less harmful to the ear long term. These can be found and purchased over the Internet though there is no guarantee they will work.

Tinnitus maskers can prove to be very successful in the management of tinnitus, but constant exposure to noise 24 hours a day may not be the healthiest option for your ears. It is best to use these devices intermittently or at set times during the day or night.

If you are suffering from long-term tinnitus, always see your GP to try and determine the cause before using any masking device as there may be an underlying condition that needs treating.

Article from http://www.earhelp.co.uk/TinnitusMaskers.html

Nov 17

Tinnitus is the ringing in your ears. It’s actually pretty common. Damage to the nerves in your ears due to exposure to loud noises will cause tinnitus. Also, diabetes, tumors, high or low blood pressure, thyroid problems, allergies, and certain kinds of medication can cause this. To avoid this, you should: * Avoid exposure to loud sounds and noises. * Get your blood pressure checked. If it is high, get your doctor’s help to control it. * Decrease your intake of salt. Salt impairs blood circulation. * Avoid stimulants such as coffee, tea, cola, and tobacco. * Exercise daily to improve your circulation. * Get adequate rest and avoid fatigue. * Stop worrying about the noise. Recognize your head noise as an annoyance and learn to ignore it as much as possible. Concentration, relaxation, and masking the sound can be of bennefit for coping with this.

Oct 6

Do you long for a cure to the endless ringing in your ears? Are you desperate for an effective treatment for tinnitus? Have you tried every tinnitus cure you could possibly find, but are still plagued by maddeningly ringing ears? There could be a good reason why no treatment for tinnitus has stopped the ringing for you. And knowing this reason points the way to a possible answer, a promising new tinnitus cure.

Recent research has shown that for people with long-term tinnitus problems, their ringing ears often have multiple causes. Standard treatments often don’t work for these people because those treatments target only one of the causes of the patient’s ringing ears at a time.

For example, two of the common causes of tinnitus are stress and certain antibiotics. Picture yourself as being stressed out because the new antibiotics the doctor prescribed caused a bad case of tinnitus and it is affecting your work and your relationships. You go to the doctor and complain about your ears ringing. The doctor, knowing that the antibiotic she prescribed can cause tinnitus in some people, puts you on a different antibiotic or takes you off antibiotics altogether. If all the ringing is caused by the antibiotics, this might be expected to provide a tinnitus cure. But if you are still stressed by what happened, the stress itself could be a secondary cause of your tinnitus, keeping it going after the antibiotics are done.

If you suffer from multiple causes of your tinnitus (and remember that most long-term sufferers do), then you need a comprehensive treatment that addresses all the causes, not just one. Ideally, this tinnitus cure should be all natural, and not require drugs or surgery or any of those strange noise-making gizmos. And it should work quickly to banish tinnitus so you can start living a normal life again.

Bill Mann

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