How to Stop Tinnitus
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What is tinnitus? It’s actually the medical term wherein the person hears or feels a ringing sensation in the ears. While this could just be a temporary and minor occurrence, but when it gets frequent, it could be a symptom of a health condition. That’s when it gets serious.
Age can cause tinnitus. Being exposed to loud noise frequently can also cause the ringing. It could also be a side effect of medications like antibiotics, diuretics, antidepressants and several cancer drugs. A previous head or ear trauma can also attribute to the ringing noise.
Now, how to stop tinnitus? For minor tinnitus, getting away from or minimizing the noise can surely alleviate. A simple massage can also do the trick faster. Dr. Jan Strydom developed an easy technique as a tinnitus remedy. With the use of the index and middle fingers, beat the back of the head like a drum. The back part is specifically the portion just above the point where the skull ends.
Repeat the procedure 20 times, until there’s no ringing anymore. Assessing the severity of the tinnitus is also important. Rate it from 1-10 with 10 being the highest, then right after every repetition and see if the ringing has lessened.
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