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Tinnitus Roaring Hissing Ear Homeopathic Medicines Treatment



Tinnitus is a Latin term inherited from tinnitus means "tinkling". Tinnitus is the medical term for ringing in the ears.

Tinnitus is primarily a neurological phenomenon that is linked to the sense of hearing. A tinnitus patient hears sounds that are not caused by external sources. Unlike schizophrenics and other people with delusions as hear sounds, tinnitus is a physiological disorder, and sounds cannot be "conjured away" with help from a psychologist. Tinnitus is a physical problem!

Those who have tinnitus may experience different degrees of intensity, and the sound may have different characteristics. How tinnitus appears depends on the cause.

In recent years, we have seen that even very young people develop tinnitus as a result of headphones and concerts, noise in kindergarten, school or professional life, or reckless use of cotton swabs, and physical damage to the inner ear.
Many people who have tinnitus learn to live with it, not knowing that there are actually managements that can make a full recovery. It is estimated that about 1 in 4 who suffer from tinnitus visit the doctor. Therefore, there are three of four people who choose to ignore problems with tinnitus. This is unfortunate since tinnitus can worsen and provide more extensive problems later. One must do
something with the problems now; do not wait until it is too late!

Tinnitus and ringing sound the sound (or noise) one experiences when one has tinnitus in many cases a steady hissing or "hiss". In other cases, the pulsating, or a sound that only occurs periodically.

Tinnitus can be a monotonous sound, or can be perceived as both a light and dark sound simultaneously. The sound may occur in only one ear , both ears , or in some cases one may have difficulty identifying which ear the sound is coming from (a feeling that tinnitus comes from somewhere " inside the head").

A noisy world creates disturbances and is found to be ruining the hearing process of the ear. Even though the world is aware of noise pollution, no one takes care of the ear unlike taking care of eyes with dark glasses. Ear is the messenger of words to the brain. Clarity in hearing is very essential to avoid confusion. Unnecessary noises may lead to misunderstanding and may lead to trouble. Such noises in the ear usually distract people and often lead to hardness of hearing. Noises in the ear are medically termed as "tinnitus aurium". Tinnitus often threatens to become deafness. Many people find tinnitus a nuisance but often ignore and wait for it to go away on its own. This often leads to making people hard of hearing. So it is crucial to learn/follow preventive measures to take care of the ear.

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 A noisy world creates disturbances and is found to be ruining the hearing process of the ear. Even though the world is aware of noise pollution, no one takes care of the ear unlike taking care of eyes with dark glasses. Ear is the messenger of words to the brain. Clarity in hearing is very essential to avoid confusion. Unnecessary noises may lead to misunderstanding and may lead to trouble. Such noises in the ear usually distract people and often lead to hardness of hearing. Noises in the ear are medically termed as "tinnitus aurium". Tinnitus often threatens to become deafness. Many people find tinnitus a nuisance but often ignore and wait for it to go away on its own. This often leads to making people hard of hearing. So it is crucial to learn/follow preventive measures to take care of the ear.

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Physiological process behind hearing

The ear is a miniature gramophone of our body. It helps in hearing even the minute sound that may be whispered. The ear makes us learn, communicate, love music, admire beauty of nature acoustically, etc. It warns us about a strange situation when there is a strange sound. Sound perception is as important as vision perception. For example – theatre sound system needs to be good to provide good impact of the film.
 
The ear is one of the most sensitive and delicate organs of our body. It is a complex tiny organ with tiny bones and labyrinth. The ear consists of external (outer) ear, middle ear and inner ear. The external ear is nothing but a trumpet/flap of tissue which marks the entry route for sound. It simply collects and projects the sound inside. The middle ear consists of tympanic membrane (ear drum), tympanic cavity and tiny bones which conduct vibration to the inner ear. The inner ear (labyrinth) consists of vestibule, semicircular canals and cochlea. The vestibular apparatus gives balance to our body with respect to head positions and movement. Cochlea is a snail-shaped, lymph-filled organ that responds to the vibrations of sound and converts vibrations into impulses. These impulses are carried to the brain by the vestibulo cochlear (acoustic) nerve. Sound perception is attained by two ways i.e. air conduction and bone conduction (through vibration).
 
About hearing – Normal conversation scales about 50-60 decibels and it can be heard for 20–30 feet. The ear can tolerate up to 95 decibels. Any more should be considered as noise pollution as it may lead to hearing loss. Crackers, fire weapons, factory machineries, etc., often cross 110 decibels. Short time exposure won’t cause any serious hearing loss or tinnitus whereas sustained hearing of sounds that are more than 115 decibels often induces temporary hearing loss and tinnitus. Loss of hearing and tinnitus may be temporary or permanent depending upon the intensity of the noise pollution. It can affect one ear or both ears. In case of elderly people, nervous weakness caused by diabetes, hypertension or natural ageing process may induce tinnitus and hearing loss. Hearing loss can be easily noticed with requirement of high volume speech and confusion caused by noises.
 

Types of Tinnitus

Tinnitus is classified medically as objective & subjective tinnitus

Objective tinnitus is that which can be detected by someone else. The ear noises are audible to the patient, and to others. Objective tinnitus includes somatic tinnitus, which is caused by body noises. This can be due to blood flow, muscle spasms or twitching, or other characteristics of the anatomy.  As such, pulsatile tinnitus is typically considered somatic, especially if it is "heart rate synchronous", or seems to be in rhythm with one's pulse. This may be related to the blood flow around the ear.  

Subjective tinnitus is that which is perceived only by the patient. Tinnitus has many possible causes, and often the exact cause is unknown.  It may be a side effect of a medication, or result from impacted ear wax, or be a symptom of another condition such as Meniere's disease. A common cause is believed to be noise induced tinnitus, resulting from exposure to loud noises, either in one single instance or after many repeated exposures over time.  Noise induced tinnitus is often accompanied by some degree of hearing loss, which is also a function of advancing age. For many patients, tinnitus may have no obvious external cause.

Any type of tinnitus can be temporary, or chronic.

Causes of Tinnitus

 No known cause will be the end result, in most of searches in tinnitus cases. Anyway, the possible related causes are
 

Maltreated middle ear infection

Neglected hole in the ear drum

Negligence in caring for the ear by letting water enter it

Increased wax and impaction

Obstruction with foreign substances

Eustachian tube infection which arises from throat complaints

Age-related hearing loss due to nervous weakness

Meniere’s disease – inner ear disease with vertigo, tinnitus, nausea and hearing loss

Prolonged use of drugs like Aspirin, pain-killers and antibiotics

Continuous exposure to loud sounds like rock music, machinery sounds in factories, crackers, firing weapons, etc.

Systemic illnesses like hypertension, diabetes and anaemia

Tension and anxiety

Hardening and sclerosis of bones and ligaments of the middle ear

Tumours

Increased vascularity in blood vessels due to deformity or malformation

Head Injury causing damage to brain/ear

Symptoms of Tinnitus

Usually tinnitus is referred for ear noises like buzzing, hissing, blowing, ringing, whistling, roaring, pulsating, etc. This often refers to a sound like the roar of the tides in the seashore or shell acoustic sound. Occasionally, according to the intensity of the suffering,

nausea, vomiting, vertigo, headache, restlessness, irritability, loss of concentration, etc., may accompany tinnitus. Since tinnitus itself is a symptom, its presence sometimes represents a symptom of inner diseases. It may also sometimes seem to be a hallucination of the sufferer.

 

Self Care Measure in Tinnitus

Pin drop silence often reveals even the ticking of the clock. Likewise, a silent situation often seems to amplify tinnitus. So, people often use radio or watch TV to get sleep without noise/tinnitus. Tinnitus can be managed temporarily with any sound masker. Treatment should be started soon or otherwise hearing loss will be rewarded in a slow manner. For self management,
Avoid
  • Taking coffee, tea and alcohol
  • Tobacco chewing and smoking
  • Continuous exposure to loud noises
  • Tension and anxiety since it usually increases the volume of the tinnitus
Prevention – To hear properly,
Do’s
  • Use ear plug, if you happen to be in a loud sound area
  • Learn to listen to music in a pleasant volume, especially when using headphones
  • Maintain BP with low salt, brisk walking and better sleep without tension
Don’t
  • Clean ears with hairpins, matchsticks, keys, etc.
  • Pour oil or water into the ear on your own
  • Bathe without cotton plugs in the ear to avoid water getting into it (in case of ear complaints)
  • Use unnecessary medications unless otherwise prescribed for specific time

 

Homoeopathic Treatment for tinnitis

Homeopathic management of tinnitis- Homeopathy is one of the most popular holistic systems of medicine. The selection of remedy is based upon the theory of individualization and symptoms similarity by using holistic approach.

We have Tailor made prescription for each individual not a ready-made prescription according to ailments.

Homeopathy usually gives importance to subjective feelings/symptoms of the patients, which are characteristic to that individual. Homeopathy medicines are often prescribed individually for the exact feeling they experience like i.e. buzzing, hissing, humming, roaring, whistling, gushing, ringing, drumming, reverberating, echoing, pulsating, steaming, clicking and even for the sound of air escaping through the ear or water flowing in the ear, etc. Even the sound of silence can be very well heard without any noises, after taking proper homeopathic treatment.

In Homeopathy (“homeo-” means “similar”), each of us is a total complete individual, no aspect of which can be separated from any other . In Homeopathy each patient is evaluated as a whole person- mental, emotional and physical. The prescribing remedy is based on the unique patterns found on all three levels. This means that each person is given a remedy that will stimulate his or her particular body to heal. Ten people with Tinnitus might receive ten different homeopathic remedies. 


Homeopathy has holistic approach towards patient which means treating patient as a whole and not his specific disease or parts of body. While selecting constitutional medicine of patient his physical, emotional and general factors are considered. These make our life force called work in harmonious way, and help us to improve our immune power. A constitutional remedy chosen by an experienced prescriber is the most appropriate way to help a person with deep-seated or chronic conditions.

Homeopathic Remedies(medicines)

Besides some of the following ingredients, the product contains Dr Gurpreet Singh Makkar(punjab,India), Research based, highly effective medicines

Carbo vegetabilis: Useful if ringing in the ears occurs during flu or other conditions involving vertigo and nausea. The symptoms may be worst in the evening and at night. You may feel cold and faint. You may have a craving for fresh and moving air.

China (also called Cinchona officinalis): Helpful if you feel touchy, weak, and nervous with sensitivity to noise and tinnitus. This remedy is often given after fluids have been lost through vomiting, diarrhea, heavy sweating, and surgery or other conditions involving blood loss.

Chininum sulphuricum: Buzzing, ringing, and roaring sounds that are loud enough to impair the person's hearing suggest a need for this remedy. A tendency toward chills and vertigo, during which the tinnitus is often worse is another indication for this remedy.

Cimicifuga: This remedy is useful for people who are very sensitive to noise, along with tinnitus, and often have pain and muscle tension in the neck and back. They are usually energetic, nervous, and talkative, but become depressed or fearful when not feeling well. Other indications for this remedy are: headaches and problems during menstrual periods.

Coffea cruda: This remedy is indicated for an excitable, nervous person with tinnitus accompanied by extremely sensitive hearing and a buzzing feeling in the back of the head. They often have insomnia from mental overstimulation.

Kali carbonicum: Useful for tinnitus with ringing or roaring, accompanied by cracking noises and itching in the ears. Vertigo is another indication. Persons who benefit most from this remedy are often quite conservative, with a rigid code of ethics. They tend to feel anxiety in the region of the stomach.

Natrum salicylicum: Beneficial if ringing in the ears is like a low, dull hum. Loss of hearing related to bone conduction, as well as nerve interference and vertigo, may be involved. This is a useful remedy when tinnitus and tiredness occur after influenza or along with Meniere's disease.

Salicylicum acidum: This remedy is often indicated for tinnitus with very loud roaring or ringing sounds, which may be accompanied by deafness or vertigo. Flu and Meniere's disease are other indications. This may also be helpful if tinnitus has been caused by too much aspirin.

 

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Dr. GURPREET SINGH MAKKAR is a dynamic homeopath from India(pb). He is an ardent student of classical Homeopathy. He is a registered doctor degree holder (B.H.M.S.) from Sri Guru Nanak Dev Homoeopathic medical college(S.G.N.D Barewal Ludhiana,PUNJAB, India.
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