Tinnitus, Insulin, and Diabetes
Scientists have observed for some time that approximately 90% of patients who suffer with tinnitus also have high levels of insulin in their bloodstreams (hyperinsulinemia.) This is commonly associated with insulin resistance, which often results from excessive consumption of carbohydrates and lack of exercise. A study of patients diagnosed with tinnitus and hyperinsulinemia disclosed some fascinating and significant results.Tinnitus Relief: 5 Easy, Effective and Simple Ways You Should Try
Most people overlook some simple ways to reduce their Tinnitus. Here I will reveal some of these easy ways…Temporary Stuffiness In My Ears
A feeling of pressure in one or both ears, hearing loss, and ringing in the ears can result from many causes. Temporary conditions include wax in the ear canal, water in the ear canal, fluid in the middle ear after flying in an airplane or scuba diving. This article explains what causes these situations and how to properly correct them.Ear Fullness, Tinnitus, and Hearing Loss
This must read article explains how and why a buildup of fluid and pressure occurs inside the inner ear. Prosper Meniere described a triad of symptoms in the 18th century. These were tinnitus, hearing loss, and vertigo. Physicians have speculated for years on the cause and possible treatments to relieve their patients’ suffering from this malady. Recent studies have pinpointed a surprising cause, and, in turn, offer a cure.Different Methods For Tinnitus Sufferers That Have Been Known To Work
Tinnitus is often referred to as ringing in the ears. Sometimes it is a red flag for a condition that is more threatening, more often than not the noise itself is not life-threatening. There are lots of people that suffer from ringing in the ears and it’s been around since the time of the Egyptians. Although there has been lots of research conducted, there is currently no cure that exists. It is a very mystifying ailment that has lots of different elements.