01. July 2014 · Comments Off on How do I make my ears stop ringing · Categories: Uncategorized

I’m sure you will agree with me that nothing is more bothersome than hearing a mosquito like buzzing sound hovering in your ears and not able to silent it? And worse of all, this resemble like “crickets chirping” stick in your ears 24 hours a day, 7 days a week persistently.


Ringing in the ears, often known as tinnitus in medical world, affects almost every 1 out of 5 adults. This hearing disorder is no doubt annoying and could easily “rob” away your peaceful life. Fortunately this is not a life threatening condition and there are WAYS to handle them effectively.

WAYS to make my ears stop ringing

1. Stop the noise. One of the key factors for your ringing ears distress is probably the way you “take care” of your hearing. You see, if you keep making your delicate eardrums listening to rowdy noises persistently, it will start to “self generate” noise even when the external source is absent (because the hair cells and nerves in the ear is damaged). This is when you will experience ringing in the ears. Always protect your ear canals with earplugs or earmuffs if you are working in noisy environment and lower the volume of the music if you are enjoying it with an earphone or headphone.

2. Side effect of medications. Your tinnitus could be the side effects of themedicine medications that you are having right now. Think about when did your ringing ears started to flare up? Did it appear right after you start taking new medications? Medications such as aspirin, sedatives, antibiotics, antidepressants and stimulants can trigger ringing ears for some folks.

3. Ear conditions. Certain ear conditions such as excessive wax buildup, infection or a hole in the eardrum can possibly lead to ringing in the ears distress. Any injury to your neck or head can also trigger tinnitus. For these cases, usually the ringing ears will vanish once the injury is healed. For earwax, you would need to seek for doctor treatment to have them removed.

4. Tinnitus-caffeine connection? No scientific proof as of now. But it seems to work on my tinnitus. I usually go for at least 3 cups of coffee daily. But since I started having ringing ears, I had cut down to just a single cup of coffee each day and it did help in providing relief on my tinnitus. Do give this a try, avoid any caffeine beverages for a week and observe if it did help in your ringing ears.

I would say that in most cases, tinnitus might go away on its own after staying with you for many months or years. But do you really willing to have your ringing ears sticking with you all day long and upsetting your life? In fact, tinnitus can be easily treated with the natural remedies listed HERE within just 30 days .

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