Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Arches Tinnitus Formula
15 followers -
Natural Supplements for Tinnitus Relief From Arches Tinnitus Formulas
Natural Supplements for Tinnitus Relief From Arches Tinnitus Formulas

15 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment
I recent study showed teenagers are hurting their hearing through personal listening devices like iPods. Over half of students reported having tinnitus at some point in the past and almost 29% heard tinnitus in a sound booth. Find out how this damage is occurring and what can be done to mitigate it in this article.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A study in JAMA Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery found about 1 in 10 adults in the UD reported experiencing tinnitus in the last year. Some effective techniques for coping with it are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness. Both of these therapies train the brain to make more positive associations with tinnitus, thereby reducing the anguish of the condition. Stress reduction exercises are also very helpful.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Here's a good article from an Audiologist in the UK who describes tinnitus and the various treatments for it. Being an audiologist, she left out any herbal therapy, of which quite a few can be helpful. But it's a good article anyway and she believes drug treatments for hearing loss are right around the corner.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Diet has a direct influence on tinnitus. Most people with tinnitus have impaired sugar metabolism and should adhere to a diet suitable for those with diabetes. They should also avoid sugar substitutes, excessive salt, flavor enhancers like MSG and saturated and trans-fats. This leaves the great majority of wholesome and flavorful foods. The Mediterranean Diet incorporates these foods in its daily recommendations.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
A very disturbed reader writes in with a question about Temporo-Mandibular Joint Dysfunction:

Comment: Hello, my Name is Tamara, I'm 23 years old and from Austria. I have Tinnitus for a year now, caused by TMD and it took a lot of patience and many visits at different doctors to find out the cause. Since June the 1st I'm in a lower repositional Splint, and I had my first physiotherapy this week. Now my questions are - can tinnitus caused by TMD still disappear completely, even if it's older than a year?
And what would you suggest me to do now/what are the best therapies to get rid of the noise? You see, I'm sometimes on the verge of suicide, so it would help a LOT if someone who's really got a clue of the whole TMD/Tinnitus thing gave me back the hope, that I have a high chance to get my silence and my normal life back.
kind regards
Tamara

Dear Tamara,

Please do not despair. You are doing the right thing and your tinnitus will improve. TMD typically causes tinnitus and treatment reduces the ringing. The ringing may not go completely away but it should diminish to a great extent. Once it has diminished your brain will feel relief and stop concentrating on it, making it even less intrusive. I think you have a high probability of getting a normal life back.

I have had tinnitus very severely and at times could not fathom continuing on. Now mine is reduced by 2/3 and, even though it is still there and probably always will be, I seldom pay attention to it. I think you should have the same experience at least. And it is possible that it will completely resolve.

You are engaged in the first stage of treatment with your splint. There are many other treatment possibilities and they are almost always painless and non-invasive. They concentrate on relieving the pressure on the strained muscles in the face and neck. It’s important to know the correct specialist for this is a dentist with further training in TMD. You can read an article about this here. https://www.tinnitusformula.com/library/tinnitus-and-tmj-dysfunction/

I sincerely hope that you improve greatly. Best Wishes for a speedy recovery.

Barry Keate
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
It' summertime and many people will be flying to family, the beach or other vacation spots. But people with tinnitus sometimes have trouble on airplanes. Loud noise and pressure changes can affect tinnitus and make some of us pretty miserable. This article describes what you can do to have an enjoyable flight without damaging your hearing.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
It is well known that the excitatory neurotransmitter glutamate increases electrical activity in the brain and worsens tinnitus while the calming neurotransmitter GABA reduces activity and improves tinnitus. Now we see from a clinical study at Harvard Medical School that yoga increases tinnitus by as much as 27%, thereby reducing tinnitus.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
This article on Diet and Tinnitus discusses which foods should be avoided by people with tinnitus. Some foods trigger tinnitus. These include salt, simple sugars, most sugar substitutes and flavor enhancers. Find out how these foods aggravate tinnitus and why they should be avoided.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
This paper concerns itself with the fact people can be more highly exposed to noise in the summertime and need to protect themselves from hearing loss and tinnitus. There are several good treatment options discussed although the authors are behind the times on the use of ginkgo for tinnitus.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
This systematic overview of clinical studies was published in the International Journal of Audiology. It points out that people with chronic tinnitus suffer from cognitive difficulties especially in the area of attention control.
Add a comment...
Wait while more posts are being loaded