Ringing Noise In Ear – Home Remedies That Work

Ringing noise in ear, medically known as tinnitus, occurs when the normal hair-like tissue in the inner ear is damaged. This usually happens when there is a tear in the delicate bony drum that houses the hearing nerve. The drum is actually made up of several bones and tissues and a small sac called the bony labyrinth. When the drum is damaged, it is not able to produce or transmit sound from the external auditory nerve to the brain.

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Tinnitus is very common and can affect anybody at any time. It has been found to be more common in people who are suffering from other medical conditions, such as high blood pressure or diabetes. However, anyone can get it if they have a certain type of hearing disorder like sensorineural hearing loss, conductive hearing loss or sensorineural mixed hearing loss. Some of the other types of tinnitus are otosclerosis (also known as middle ear disease) and vascular tinnitus.

One of the many causes of ringing noise in ear is the wearing of some kind of hearing aid or a CIC (complete interceramic joint) device. The use of aids like this can help to improve the hearing in people with severe hearing loss. The problem with using aids of this nature is that they are only effective if the person wearing them is constantly exposed to sound, such as music or the television. They are less effective if the person is living alone, or even at a relatively close distance from the sound source.

There are several home remedies that claim to help alleviate this symptom. For example, one home remedy suggests placing a few drops of vinegar in one of each ear simultaneously and then listening to an instrumental CD with a noise-masker program while doing so. This has been shown to help reduce some ringing. Another home remedy for this condition suggests the following:

Two tablespoons of fresh basil leaves boiled in two cups of warm water may help some people with hearing loss or tinnitus. Cooked basil was found to reduce the symptoms of hearing loss in laboratory tests. The boiled basil was combined with honey and then strained to collect the extract. This mixture was then used by mixing it with an equal percentage of camphor and then using this to rub the inner ear of a patient suffering from tinnitus. A slower release of this mixture could be helpful for a patient who suffers from constant ringing in the ears.

These home remedies seem to show promise in helping those who suffer from tinnitus. However, there is no proof that these methods actually work. For example, one home remedy suggests that by rubbing a cotton ball firmly against the side of the head, the brain releases chemicals that decrease ringing in the ears. While it may seem like a good idea, the effect of this method hasn’t been tested in a clinical trial. As with any alternative medicine, it’s important to do your research before trying any of these treatments.

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