Tinnitus is that constant ringing in your ears that will not go away and during times of silence can be very annoying. Tinnitus is not a disease; it is a symptom of an underlying problem so, to cure tinnitus you need to know what is causing it.
If the ringing in your ears is so severe that it causes a lack of concentration, sleepless nights, or stress you should visit a doctor to determine what is causing it. Once you know what is causing it you then, can begin to work on ways to cure it. Although, the doctor may tell you, it is not objective tinnitus but rather subjective tinnitus you will have to learn to live with it.
Objective tinnitus is where the doctor can hear the ringing in your ears as well as you; this is because the tinnitus is being caused by turbulent blood flow through the blood vessels near the ears. This turbulent blood flow can be caused by malformed blood vessels, or tumors located close to the ears. Tinnitus caused by these can be corrected with surgery in most cases.
Subjective tinnitus is where the patient is the only one that can hear the ringing, and can be caused by numerous things. Following are some of those things as well as some things that can help to reduce the level of the ringing.
Cure for tinnitus caused by a build up of fluid inside the ear. If you are suffering from ringing in the ear because of fluid in your ear then, there are a few options. You can relieve the fluid by using ear drop’s designs to help dry up the fluid, or a more simple way is to hold your nose keep your mouth closed and blow, this is commonly known as popping your ears Silencil or making your ears pop.
Cure for tinnitus caused by hearing loss. If you are suffering from ringing in the ear due to hearing loss, your only option may be to get a hearing aid. A hearing aid will amplify external sounds thus drowning out the ringing.
Cure for tinnitus caused by a build up of wax in the ear. Cleaning the earwax from your ears regularly can help keep the ringing in the ears at bay. For some however, the earwax can be excessive and can build up quickly, in these cases you may have to have the earwax professionally removed or flushed out. Removing excessive earwax can alleviate tinnitus.
Cure for tinnitus caused by medications. If you have recently been subscribed medication for any medical condition then shortly after starting the medications you notice the ringing in your ears then, there is a good chance the ring is being caused by the medications. You should under no circumstance stop taking the medications, instead speak with your doctor to see if there is an alternative medication that might not cause the ringing or perhaps a reduced dosage may also help alleviate the ringing.
Cure for tinnitus caused by prolonged exposure to loud noises. The simplest cure for this type of tinnitus is to avoid exposure to loud noises and if it cannot be avoided then wear ear protection such as, ear plugs or ear muffs. Once the tiny hairs attached to the nerve endings in the inner ear are damaged, which is what prolonged exposure to loud noises will do, chances of them healing are slight.