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Hearing X3

by Jerome Jerome Princy (2019-11-07)

Researchers have been good Hearing X3 Review at categorizing Tinnitus based on its supposed causes: Tonal Tinnitus; Pulsatile Tinnitus; Muscular Tinnitus; Vascular Tinnitus; External/Middle/Inner Ear Tinnitus; Nerve Pathway Tinnitus, but the medical profession as a whole has not been very good at explaining that Tinnitus is not a disease - it is a symptom of one or more other disturbances. Tinnitus symptoms can occur temporarily or even persist for a very long time after a single exposure to the loud noises commonly experienced at night clubs and concerts. The condition increases with age and often occurs during stressful periods like the death of a loved one. In many cases the onset is gradual and cannot be attributed to any single identifiable cause. Prescription medications such as anti-inflammatory agents and diuretics are associated with Tinnitus, as are antibiotics, cancer chemotherapy drugs and antimalarial drugs. It makes sense then that Tinnitus sufferers should stop looking for the magic bullet, the blue pill that will eliminate their symptoms, and take a holistic approach that attacks the problem on several dimensions at the same time. Vitamins, herbs, and supplements are just a more homeopathic substitute for the blue pill. Antidepressants, muscle relaxers, and tinnitus maskers can provide some relief but they do not do anything to address the underlying problem or make it go away. You can get your health back and take control of your environment by being resourceful and learning the holistic approach that has already worked for thousands of people worldwide. There seems little doubt that tinnitus has been around for a very long time. For just as long tinnitus sufferers have been trying various ways to find genuine tinnitus relief. And still are. I have been exploring the use of noise as a means of tinnitus relief. The earliest written evidence I can find appears in a medical book written by a Frenchman Jean-Marie Itard in 1821. It seems that in this book he recommended the use of sound as a cure for tinnitus and in particular he was convinced the sound of damp wood crackling on a fire was particularly effective. Well that may be so, and if you want to try it do please let me know how you get on.