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Has somebody positive experience in tinnitus treatment?

I am interested in any experience in successful tinnitus treatment when I have that for an year already. Thanks

It is estimated that around 80% of patients referred to tinnitus clinics can be helped simply by relevant examination and reassurance

For those needing more treatment the approach varies among professionals and countries but is usually multidisciplinary. There is no cure for tinnitus in the common sense of the word–no drug has been proved effective in attenuating not to say abolishing tinnitus for an appreciable proportion of patients. Antidepressants or nocturnal sedatives may deal with the effects of tinnitus for highly emotional patients for a short period while the underlying psychological disturbance is being treated.

With a few exceptions, surgery specifically aimed at eliminating tinnitus is obsolete.

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Any Ideas On Tinnitus? Remedies or Treatments?

Okay, I’ve done some research and have asked a few people but I want to know if you guys have any advice on this.

Do you know of any ways to keep tinnitus in check?

So far, I know if you drink alcohol, it doesn’t bother you, valium is the same, and I smoke weed.
I have also heard Dramamine works.
So any other ideas?
Please help.

By the way, I’ve asked a doctor friend of mine and he said that mairijuana does help by calming your nerves.
So all you anti-marijuana people, I have a doctor telling me its okay so stop saying it is not.
You do not have a diploma from a recognized medical school.
There is no actual proven fact that marijuana smoke is addictive.
Plus, it is legal for medicinal purposes in many states. So it is not illegal.

You need to find out why you have the tinnitus. You could have a benign tumor in your inner ear canal, it’s called an accoustic neuroma. It can become very bothersome because the ringing get’s so loud and eventually your face starts to feel numb. You just need to have an MRI of your brain. Make sure they order it as a Brain IAC (which means internal auditory canal) so it includes pictures of the area in questions. Don’t go to an open MRI because the picture quality won’t be clear enough to detect these abnormalities.
As for the pot, well, I’m sure it does help, I’m not saying it’s right or wrong, but still, you need to get to the answer of why you have the problem in the first place. Good luck.

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How to Let Go of Tinnitus by Julian Cowan Hill

Folks, what a wonderful video. Julian Cowan Hill’s work is very similar to Dr. Hans Greuel’s in Germany, yet Julian has “let go” of his own tinnitus. Good for him! It’s such a release just to watch his face as he speaks.

Video Title: How to Let Go of Tinnitus by Julian Cowan Hill

You know, here’s a treat for you, I wrote a song called “let go” a while back, and here it is, for subscribers only.

Is Aggressive Treatment for Tinnitus a Wacky Scam?

Basically, these videos and web pages advertise the eBook:

Geoff Barker’s 11 Proven Techniques to Stop Tinnitus, which I reviewed here:

Now, the book ain’t bad, and if you’re looking for a starting point, by all means, get the book. But it isn’t aggressive, and “aggressive” treatments, in my opinion, are the last thing a tinnitus patient needs.

We need “peaceful” treatments, joyful treatments, and compassionate practitioners, partners, and listeners.

The whole idea of putting the word “aggressive” into the marketing mix just seems inappropriate to me.

So, it’s not really a scam, but I don’t think it’s helpful.

Try the book for a few tips, it does come with a guarantee.

Tinnitus: How am I supposed to clean my ears without candling or putting anything into my ears?

If you do your research, medical advice websites and home encyclopedias recommend that you clean the outside of your ears, and some make sure that you don’t try ear candling.

Here are some questions:

If the passageways from my outer ear to my inner ear to my nasal/sinus cavities are clogged up due to pollution and other factors, why should I not put “anything” into my ears?

If people put oil into their ears and it helps the wax come out, thus supporting the natural process of the ear cleaning itself…why shouldn’t I do that? Also, why would the medical community have so much advice about leaving ear cleaning to professionals? I mean, am I going to jab some kind of object in my ear? I’m not foolish. As a matter of fact, I’m just talking about putting oil into my ears. AND, you can even BUY ear oils. Now just because something is available for sale does not mean that one should purchase or use it, but it seems to me that the whole idea of “leave your ears to the professionals” takes the power away from the person whose ears they actually are.

Why would doctors advise their patients against ear candling? Because they may burn themselves or their home? Well, maybe their patients can handle fire responsibly. What about benefit to the ears?

Doesn’t it make sense that having clean ears and nasal passages is a good idea for everyone, not just people with tinnitus?

Cheers and many blessings!