Tinnitus – What are the treatment options for ringing in the ears?

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  • jenn says:

    For those people whose relative are suffering from Tinnitus and maybe reading this, I find it hard that people are still ignorant of herbal medicine when it comes to treating Tinnitus. I have been through many phases over the last couple of years since my (audiological) exam/diagnosis, my tinnitus once buried me in a negative place where many of you are now – or have been. Believe me when I say, “I’ve been there.” I had sudden sensorineural hearing loss (SSHL), losing 70 percent of my hearing up to 4,000 kHz. I began noticing a low level of tinnitus around 51 years old and the diagnosis changed my life in many ways, I spend most of the time in denial and I keep thinking the tests were wrong. But deep down I knew they were correct. The level spiked dramatically, spiraling me down into a pit of depression. I could not sleep or eat; I stayed in bed with sweats and shaking spells; I lost strength and considerable weight. My wife held me in her arms, trying to comfort me, and still I thought I was going to die.

    Though sharing his story is very difficult. I was always very successful in being able to accomplish anything I set my mind on doing. Tinnitus is a bitch. I feel a need to express my thoughts and feelings about how it affected my day to day living and how its deteriorated since despite the help of some wonderful medics and medicine.
    I remind myself how lucky to come across aparajita tan herbal medicine which is able to control Tinnitus without any side effect, I felt a moment of relief hoping that I am free from this ailment, and  nothing compares to the healing power of nature. Now I believe almost every health problem can be addressed in one natural way or another. The only thing I wanted was for me to feel better. I’m proud to say am Tinnitus free. You can also contact him for advice and more info.

  • zack says:

    terrible buzzing in right ear=after I stayed in Toronto== to bad place they will get a medical law suit=please call after 1pm till 9pm thankyou==zack====

  • nita says:

    Dr Williams herbal medicine is really a complete and permanent cure to tinnitus with his herbal portion am now also free from the ringing in my ears .

  • Tammy says:

    It just comes and goes, Tinnitus, I want to find a Healthy medication that I can take to just bit by bit, takes away the sound.
    Thank you

  • Albert Klausevits says:

    You don’t have to live with deafness! Nowadays problems of people with hearing problem completely solved and it is hearing aids. At first I didn’t want to wear a hearing aid because I was afraid that it would be too conspicuous. When I was recovering at the hospital the doctor advised me to new almost invisible hearing aids Siemens Hearing Aid on or Oticon Haring at http // I’m more inclined to the Siemens aid, what do you advise?

  • Jill Grosh says:

    Thanks for this Article, having suffered with Tinnitus for so many years with nobody being able to help me, I went to The Tinnitus Clinic. I felt very well looked after and at last there seems to be no chance of either improvement or cure, no herb could help until I met Dr. William, an herbal Doctor who uses his medicine to change my story, I am now permanently cure of Tinnitus. Here is his contact details for advice and possible solution (

  • Rudy says:

    I am looking into Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for my severe tinnitus, what are your thoughts regarding this procedure?
    I did some research on it and it does look pretty positive for an reduction in the ringing, which is better than nothing.
    Any recommendations for a safe medication for tinnitus?


  • Keren Jenings says:

    Thanks a lot for sharing the possible treatments Paul :) Does they work for any type of tinnitus? I have the SUBJECTIVE TINNITUS

    • MaryEllen Boel says:

      My husband has been bothered with hearing loss and tinnitus for a number of years. There is a genetic component that is associated with this but he also had a gas tank blow up about 15 years ago and that started everything rolling. I was wanting to know more about the magnetic therapy as it sounded like a possible solution to his tinnitus. Obviously there is no real or simple solution from what I have read from your blog.

      • Paul Taylor says:

        At the time I wrote this blog, the published results for magnetic therapy in tinnitus patients showed a modest short-term improvement and only in a minority of cases.

        Maybe further research will show better results. But, for now, you’re essentially making a leap of faith when you opt with this treatment.

  • Dwight says:

    I’m not a doctor so just inogre this post if you want to but if I were you I would go see the doctor you made an appointment with already and if he doesn’t help you might want to invest in going to see a different, non low income clinic doctor. If you don’t have the money for it now, save up. The only real medical advice I have is if your early morning headaches start to come with nausea, vomiting, or any neurological symptoms like poor balance(not caused by dizziness) or poor memory go to the ER. I really hope you can get some answers and relief soon. Hang in there.

  • ringingears says:

    Thank yor Paul Taylor, Using Vinpocetine for Tinnitus Treatment is good or not? and i also want more details about it can you tell me?

    • Paul Taylor says:

      This is one of those “buyer beware” situations. This supplement is being promoted as a treatment for tinnitus. But I am not aware of any good scientific studies that back up that claim beyond a reasonable doubt.

      Here is a link to one study that found it had no effect when compared with several other proposed treatments:

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