Tinnitus Remedies What Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You And May Not Even Know
Hi, this article is going to outline some effective tinnitus remedies for you. And I think I know what most of you may be thinking. If you’ve been suffering from tinnitus for any length of time, I’m sure you’ve heard it before. There is no cure for this condition and you’re just going to have to learn to live with it.
Wow, sounds like a death sentence!
But what most doctors aren’t telling you (and what many of them don’t even understand) is that there are, in fact, effective tinnitus remedies that are already getting great results for your fellow sufferers. The truth is, most doctors are well-intentioned enough, but they just don’t fully understand the condition of tinnitus, and as of yet, there aren’t many specialists on the subject. Of course, with as many as 1 in 5 men and women suffering from this often debilitating condition, you’d think there would be.
I have read numerous threads in numerous tinnitus forums, and have been moved by both the severity of this condition, as well as the kindness and sense of community that tinnitus sufferers have toward each other. And through these communities, many ideas and treatment options have been shared… and more than a handful of folks claim to have experienced major breakthroughs.
Tinnitus Remedies You Can Try Right Now:
White noise therapyAcupuncture and/or acupressure Hydrotherapy 7-day juice fast Low volume music through high quality headphones Fresh pineapple, and lots of it! Ginkgo biloba, daily 300mg. Coenzyme Q10, daily Use plenty of garlic in your food Various supportive herbs* 3x daily glycerine spray**Try any of these you haven’t already implemented. Remember, these are merely home remedies and steps you can take to provide yourself with some much-needed relief from mild to moderate tinnitus. You can implement all of these tinnitus remedies at once, or try them each individually if you would like to know specifically which ones have helped you.
* Supportive herbs include Bayberry bark, burdock root, goldenseal, hawthorn leaf, and flower and myrrh gum, along with raw alkalizing greens (vegetables, grasses, sea vegetation, algae) and their juices.
** Glycerine spray is a homemade mixture consisting of:
1 tsp sea salt (fine, not coarse)1 tsp glycerin1 pint warm waterFill a nasal spray bottle with solution and spray into each nostril, alternating between left and right, until it begins draining into the throat. As an added measure, you can also mist your throat with the spray, as well. Do this three times daily.