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Dean Giovanni
Why do my ears keep ringing? (Mainly my left ear) Also, why do I take forever to fall asleep?
At night, when trying to fall asleep, I could take up to an hour or more just to fall asleep. I have this ringing in my left ear that sometimes won't let me fall asleep. For Example: I know I'm sleepy, so I head for my bed to get some sleep, but when I lay there, everything is quiet and I hear the ringing. Even in the day time I hear it but I don't concentrate as much on it as I do at night. Like a week ago, I was listening to my mp3 player loud like always, but I had the ear bud in my left ear only. I think the ringing came from that, but it's been like a week and I still have it.
                      









Psteve_uk
you poor poor thing, it sounds like the onset of tinitus. This is where your ear drum starts to get desensitised (sorry about the spelling) to loud noise. And worse still, it's permenant.

There's a chance it's not reached the permenant stage so for goodness sakes, do the following two things urgently!

1) turn the ipod down. Chances are, if you're playing that loud, that's what's done it
2) get to the doctors and get yourself a hearing test.

Trust me, as someone who has hearing problems, it's hell.


Anthony
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Its tinnitus. Never listen to your ipod like that again. Wait for a few more days and see if things settle down. If they don't, you have a problem at hand.

There is hardly a cure with the conventional medicine for this nerve related disorder.

Valium, Xanax and Klonopin are benzodiazepine drugs that many doctors prescribe for tinnitus. These are conventional medications which achieve only limited success in tinnitus relief, and usually their bothersome side effects such as dry mouth, blurred vision, and constipation often discourage use.

They are addicting to varying degrees and cannot be used continuously for a long period of time. They are helpful in reducing tinnitus symptoms and aid in sleeping. Valium is the most addicting of these and is not used often for this reason.

Xanax is very popular and is prescribed often for tinnitus. However, the ATA report on medications that cause tinnitus lists Xanax as causing it in 6.6% of cases.

Some herbal remedies exist which can be used to support all body systems involved in helping the ear to perform its tasks of clear hearing and balance, as well as the circulatory, cardiovascular, and nervous systems.

Some of the most common herbs & biochemic tissue salts used are
• Ginkgo Biloba is excellent for a number of cerebral and circulatory disorders. It is probably the most widely-used herb for tinnitus and many sufferers swear by this natural ingredient.
• Rosemary dilates and strengthens blood vessels and is an excellent circulation tonic. Rosemary is particularly useful for tinnitus that is caused or worsened by high blood pressure and other circulatory conditions.
• Avena Sativa is effective in reducing high cholesterol levels which can contribute to circulatory problems which cause tinnitus.
• Wild Hyssop s also useful in reducing pain and inflammation.
• Salicylic Ac. (30C) is indicated for tinnitus with loud roaring or ringing sounds, which may be accompanied by deafness or vertigo. This remedy is particularly useful in people whose symptoms began with a bout of flu, Meniere’s disease or long-term use of aspirin.
• Ferrum phosphoricum (Ferrum phos. D6) is a homeopathic biochemic tissue salt which supports the absorption of iron in the body. The protective myelin sheath which surrounds all nerve tissue needs iron to supply this vital nutrient to the nerve cells it encases. Regular use of Ferrum phos. can help to prevent dizziness, headaches and restlessness and is of great benefit for those who tend to feel irritable, tense and tired.
• Magnesium phosphate (Mag. phos. D6) well-known as a homeopathic painkiller, Mag. phos. is also of great benefit to the health of the nerves. It acts as a natural anti-spasmodic and a nerve and muscle relaxant and is also frequently recommended for stress headaches.

Hope all this helps

Good Luck!

You may check the source link below for more details on the above


My Stoopid Brother
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It is called tinnitus.


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