Unless you like the sound of a low grade ringing in your ear, tinnitus is no fun. There is still a lot of mystery as to why tinnitus occurs. Damage to the tissues within the ears itself is one answer, and is irreversible for the most part. However, many people have this problem constantly and have just learned to live with it. Other people may get it once a week or once a month, where one or both of the ears gets a high pitched ringing for a few seconds or up to a few minutes. These cases are usually hormonally driven. Like most symptoms, they are stress provoked. Proper glucose metabolism is also a factor in solving the mystery of this ringing in the ears for many people. That means maintaining stable blood sugar levels by eating every few hours, staying off the caffeine, junk food and hydrogenated fats, and adjusting your diet and lifestyle to one that is more aerobically balanced.
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Dr. Stephen Gangemi
I'm a board certified chiropractic physician and clinical nutritionist with a passion for true natural health care. I implement dietary & nutritional therapies, exercise & movement practices, and lifestyle changes along with manual therapy techniques to help the body heal and prevent illness and injuries.
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