Stop Ringing Ears, Stop Tinnitus Fri, 10 Dec 2019 20:39:14 +0000 en hourly 1 Buzzing in Ear – Why You Get it and How to Stop It Tue, 07 Dec 2019 08:16:54 +0000 Hello and Welcome,

Check out this article by Chris Scott from End Your Tinnitus. He points out the research that is going on in the search for a cure for tinnitus.

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By Chris J. Scott

Buzzing in ear – it is a sensation that a large percentage of all people worldwide can get and significantly reduces quality of life. But if you know why it happens then you can learn how to stop it for good. Find out exactly how, in this article.

Where Does The Buzzing In Ear Originate From?

Buzzing in ear sensations are nothing new. Whether you have a buzzing or something that sounds more like a ringing sensation, these symptoms make up a condition called “tinnitus”.

Doctors known that to get tinnitus you must already have some hearing damage. This means that you will have been exposed to either an especially loud noise or to a lower volume (but still high) for a longer period. Either way, if you have tinnitus, you have hearing damage.

Can Hearing Damage Be Cured?

Unfortunately, hearing damage cannot be cured. Think of the delicate sensory hairs in your cochlea (part of the inner ear) as being like blades of grass.

If you sit on grass for a few minutes, it will recover and spring back. On the other hand, if you sit on grass for hours then it will not recover. The same applies for the sensory hairs in your cochlea.

Does this mean that there is no cure for buzzing in ear symptoms? Absolutely not.

How To Stop Your Tinnitus

Doctors know that everyone with tinnitus has existing hearing damage. But they also know that not everyone with hearing damage goes on to develop tinnitus.

That is because there are several secondary co-factors that are necessary for you to develop tinnitus. These co-factors are elements of your lifestyle such as what you eat, where you live, any drugs that you take and more.

Like trying to get rid of an allergy, you must investigate each of these co-factors in your life, one by one, and then you can finally get relief from your buzzing in ear symptoms.

Many people look for a short cut such as a special drug or drink that will supposedly get rid of your tinnitus. I strongly recommend that you do not waste money on such sham cures. They are simply taking advantage of people who want a quick cure. There is no quick cure for tinnitus – the only way to get rid of it is to be organized and methodical in your efforts to get rid of the co-factors.

Is tinnitus driving you crazy? Why suffer anymore when you could start today the path that leads you to freedom from this condition? Discover the easy, step by step way to get rid of your buzzing in ear here: End Your Tinnitus.

I hope that you enjoyed that and found it useful.

Until next time,

Gina Gardner

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Tinnitus Research – The Latest in the Search For a Cure For Tinnitus Fri, 18 Jun 2019 16:54:57 +0000 Hello and Welcome,

Check out this article by Chris Scott from End Your Tinnitus. He points out the research that is going on in the search for a cure for tinnitus.

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Read on:

Tinnitus Research – The Latest in the Search For a Cure For Tinnitus

As yet, there is still no drug available for the treatment of tinnitus. But, even from a purely selfish and capitalist point of view, the drug companies know that the first one to hit find a cure will hit the jackpot due to the hundreds of millions of people around the world who have this debilitating condition.

Where Is The Research Currently At?

It used to be thought that hearing loss causes tinnitus. But this failed to explain why not everyone with hearing loss will then go on to develop tinnitus. In fact, roughly half do not. Why is this?

The current research is trying to discover more about our neurobiology or “brain chemistry”. We know that when the hearing is damaged then the body produces it’s own sounds (the ringing or buzzing) to compensate.

Hence why most of the research is currently concentrating on this area.


The above research hopes to discover the ultimate cure by working on the areas directly affected. But other organisations are looking into the best ways to cope with the condition. For example, tinnitus therapy is constantly undergoing refinements and improvements that help people to manage their tinnitus effectively.

Other CNS Disorders

There is some evidence that tinnitus is more common in people with existing central nervous disorders. Hence this is a hot area of research at the moment.


Some doctors are looking to connect the use of antidepressants with reduced tinnitus symptoms. Unfortunately, the results are far from conclusive so far.

One study, for example, found that sertraline had a positive effect compared to placebo. However, the study did not control for depression – so it may just have been that the increased mood helped to copy with tinnitus rather than actually cure it or reduce it’s real intensity.

Another study, this time using paroxetine, was carried out on a group of tinnitus sufferers who did not have depression. Unfortunately, there was no significant improvement found.

Is tinnitus driving you crazy? Discover the step by step program to naturally eliminating your tinnitus here: End Your Tinnitus.

I hope that you enjoyed that and found it useful.

Until next time,

Gina Gardner

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Vestibular Disorder with Tinnitus Wed, 16 Jun 2019 07:21:19 +0000 Hello and Welcome Back!

This is a really insightful article by Thomas Coleman from Tinnitus Miracle.  Be sure to read through to the end, he includes some really helpful recommendations which helped me get rid of my OWN tinnitus.  This one is a real helpful gem.  Read on:

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Vestibular Disorder with Tinnitus

Even though tinnitus with vestibular disorder sounds difficult for most people, but in reality these are simple clinical terms – tinnitus standing for various strange and bizarre sounds heard by people who are affected with it, while vestibular disorder relates to balancing problems resulting in vertigo, dizziness, etc. And surprisingly enough both originate from the same source – the inner ear.

As a matter of fact, the human ear is provided with an acoustic or hearing nerve and a vestibular or balancing nerve to maintain equilibrium and when something goes wrong with one, the other gets affected too. Generally speaking, the following course of events takes place in both the cases.

v  When the acoustic or the hearing nerve is injured, hearing problems arise. These may include loss of hearing and tinnitus.

v  When the vestibular or balancing nerve is affected, it creates balancing problems, vertigo, giddiness, etc.

In trying to analyze the underlying causes relating to tinnitus that creates the phantom sounds in the ear and vestibular disorder that gives rise to vertigo, dizziness and loss of balance – we must take into account the body’s inherent immune system as well as its inflammatory response structure, both of which play their respective parts in dealing with both the issues.

The immune system, under normal conditions, keeps the body healthy and fit, free of infection and disease and in general, looks after the wellbeing of all bodily organs. But when its beneficial effects are somehow weakened, it tells upon the organs too. In the case of the ear, especially the middle ear which is the most important part, it becomes exposed to infection and decay.

This, as you may appreciate, affects the nerves that are associated with the acoustics as well as the vestibular or balancing devices, causing them to flounder or play havoc. This is one of the most critical causes behind vestibular disorder with tinnitus or tinnitus and vestibular disorder as both are crucially co-related.

Coming down to the body’s own inflammatory response system, we are faced with a totally different picture. In the case of vestibular disorder with tinnitus, it makes a blatant mistake which instead of preventing the issue, causes it to develop and grow.

Under normal circumstances, if anyone accidentally injures an ankle while roller skating or biking, the inflammatory response system immediately pumps extra fluid to counteract the damage caused to the ankle which gets swollen up. It also happens when an eye is fortuitously exposed to dust or any irritating agent – some amount of extra fluid is secreted to wash the irritant out.

However, in the case of inner ear problem, it works as a boomerang. To know how and why it happens, please read on.

Vestibular disorder with tinnitus – how it happens

The inner ear, other than having sundry hearing device comprising fine bones, cartilages, nerve endings, etc also have a small space that is normally kept healthy and pliant with a limited quota of fluid in it. However, when it suffers injury or becomes infected, the inflammatory response system tries to flood it with additional fluid in an effort to ‘wash out’ the infection. But that extra fluid finds no room to expand within that confine, as a result of which pressure builds up within the inner ear.

The pressure thus created then starts to harass the surrounding bones, cartilages, etc and when failing to do so, starts affecting the nerve endings when all hell breaks lose.

As soon as the acoustics nerves are affected, they start sending erratic impulses to the brain and the brain in turn keeps on transmitting ghoulish sound waves to the ear, thus giving birth to tinnitus. The effect of the fluid pressure on the vestibular nerves makes them go haywire too. The abnormal pressure on the nerves totally upsets the balancing mechanism, giving rise to giddiness, vertigo and related problems.

If there is any lesson that can be learnt from this, it consists of the fact that there is practically neither any preventive measure nor any cure for vestibular disorder with tinnitus, except tuning up the body’s immune system.

As for the body’s inflammatory response system, none has the ability to re-train it. The one and only answer to the problem lies in taking a holistic approach towards controlling the disease for which a brief guideline is given below.

Holistic guidelines to keep away from Vestibular Disorder with Tinnitus

* Cut down the consumption of meat or meat-based food items like ham, sausage, bacon, liver, etc.
* Give up alcohol or alcohol-based beverages.
* Consume fruits and vegetables in sufficient quantity. Also good are organic food, food that are rich in vitamins.
* Start yoga and Vedic exercises including deep breathing
* Give up smoking altogether. This includes cigarette smoking or pipe smoking, no matter how much nicotine they are supposed to filter out.
* Do not indulge in using medicated nasal sprays or ear drops.
* Do not go for antibiotics or ototoxic medications unless an infection turns septic and that too only according the guidance of known medical practitioner.
* Lead simple, uncomplicated life and arrange to have adequate sleep.
* Discontinue all medications save and except those that are essential for any special type of disease condition that requires all-time consumption.
* Change lifestyle, if necessary; remain healthy for the rest of your life.

Note: Contrary to conventional modes of treatment that treats the symptom instead of the disease, holistic treatments treat the body considering it as a whole entity.

Its aim is to identify the root cause of the disease and then specify the remedy which may consist of a change in diet, change of habits, change of profession and change in lifestyle.

Pursued rigorously, it sure would provide freedom from vestibular disorder with tinnitus for good.

This article is based on the book, “Tinnitus Miracle” by Thomas Coleman. Thomas is an author, researcher, nutritionist and health consultant who dedicated his life to creating the ultimate Tinnitus solution guaranteed to permanently reverse the root of ear ringing and naturally and dramatically improve the overall quality of your life,  without the use prescription medication and without any surgical procedures. Learn more by visiting his website: Tinnitus Miracle.

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Tinnitus Home Remedies Tue, 15 Jun 2019 00:05:16 +0000 Hi,

You’ve made it to part 6 of my Stop Tinnitus Mini Course!  Congratulations!  Today we have a real gem of an article from Thomas Coleman from Tinnitus Miracle.

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Read on for what you can do for your tinnitus at home:

Tinnitus Home Remedies

Sad to say, but the fact remains that there is no sure fire cure for that undeviating ringing in the ears –the agonizing ailment that affects a great majority of Americans and is commonly known as tinnitus. However, the TV and the added media wouldn’t hear of it. They believe in beating the drums of sundry pharmaceutical agents, provoking the sufferer to go for OTC medications which alas have more harmful side-effects than any real relief.

Frustrated sufferers who have heard of herbal remedies often seek respite from gingko bilboa or black cohosh, both said to improve blood circulation in the upper torso and thus provide relief. But these too can never cure the disorder, merely providing marginal relief.

Since homeopathy has currently reappeared as one of the most effective alternate mode of treatment for many, tinnitus patients often rush for it in the hope of gaining genuine relief and when that fails too, the only way that is left is the good old home remedy to bank upon.

The trouble with over-the-counter medications, as earlier said, concerns its side effects that often prove disastrous in most cases. These include head reeling, nausea, acute constipation, exhaustion, vertigo, loss of control and may also lead to that unenviable corporeal vulnerability called the Irregular Bowel Syndrome.

So far as other alternative treatment courses are concerned that include hypnosis and hyperbaric oxygen therapy, acupuncture or magnet therapy, the last word is frequently denoted by a zilch.

Nevertheless, the home remedy for tinnitus could prove effective only if the causes could match its parameters. And for doing this one has to figure out what mostly causes tinnitus. The causative factors, nevertheless, could be a single issue or multiple trigger factors that give rise to tinnitus. For better understanding of the subject, a list of some of the significant factors is given below.

  • Consistent exposure to earsplitting noise occurring at missile test firing grounds, steel stamping or forging units, high power rifle shooting ranges or metal fabrication workshops frequently end up with tinnitus in single or both ears. Listening to high volume rock music for days on end has also caused tinnitus to many.
  • Inadequate blood supply in the upper torso on account of narrowing of blood vessels in that region due to cholesterol can also trigger tinnitus in people suffering from high blood. One of the most distinctive examples of this type of listening problem relates to pulsatile tinnitus where the patient can hear his/her own heartbeat.
  • Even certain types of food and drink like the grain-based alcohols, red wine, chocolates and cheeses can trigger tinnitus in many people who would never have suspected that unholy link between those innocuous consumables and tinnitus.
  • Some types of jawbone joint problems, especially Temporomandibular Jaw Joint problem, it has lately been found, can cause tinnitus in many patients.
  • Prolonged use of NSAIDs, cancer resisting therapies and some of the loop diuretics are known causes of tinnitus.
  • Tumors, non-cancerous growths or allergies near to the ears or occurring in principal blood vessels carrying blood to the head or neck region can trigger tinnitus in people who are susceptible to such conditions.
  • Tinnitus related hearing loss.
  • Microscopic ending damages that may happen to the nerves that is responsible for hearing.
  • When the bones in the middle portion of the ear hardens.
  • Middle ear infection that causes filling up of the space with fluid or discharge and even too much of ear wax buildup causes tinnitus in many cases.

Even though some Tinnitus Home Remedies are supposed to provide enduring relief to this distressing disorder, most sadly enough are nothing but voodoos. Yet for the sake of identification, some of these are listed below. These include:

  • Much hyped gingko bilboa that is known to have that special trait to help rush blood and thus encourage better circulation in the head and neck region, lack of which triggers tinnitus is believed to provide relief to the disease condition in a more positive way.
  • Bayberry bark, burdock root, hawthorn leaf, goldenseal and myrrh gum are some of the best known relief providers for tinnitus patients.
  • Freshly cut pineapple rings that are believed to have inflammation reducing properties are thought to perk up the blood circulation in the head and neck region, thus relieving tinnitus symptoms.
  • Coenzyme Q 10, taken at the rate of 300 mg per day can also improve the upper torso blood circulation by raising the immune system significantly which in turn would provide relief to tinnitus.
  • A teaspoon of common salt mixed with the same quantity of glycerin and sprayed into the nose and throat is supposed to give respite to tinnitus suffers who are probably considered blessed or lucky.
  • Raw garlic taken daily can also offer respite from tinnitus.

Tinnitus Home remedies, can work effectively only when they function as a component of Holistic Remedies meant for curing tinnitus for good

No matter how much freshly cut pineapple rings one may consume or take concoctions of gingko or black cohosh on a daily or monthly basis, there will never arise any appreciable relief to tinnitus for the simple reason that none of these address the disease condition in any form whatsoever. What these actually do is to deaden the symptoms for a short while and as soon as the provisional therapy is withdrawn, quick marches the symptoms.

Holistic remedies, on the other hand, treat the body as a whole, seldom bothering with the symptoms. Symptoms are mere manifestation of the disease condition and when this is permanently alienated from the body, symptoms die a natural death. Holistic remedies, as a matter of fact, go much below the surface in order to identify the root causes that have created the disorder and then specify the appropriate range of medications that may include change of food habits and if necessary, change of lifestyle, acupuncture, acupressure and aerobics.

But one may do well to bear in mind that home remedies, whether herbal or otherwise will only work when they form a part of holistic remedies – seldom on their own.

This article is based on the book, “Tinnitus Miracle” by Thomas Coleman. Thomas is an author, researcher, nutritionist and health consultant who dedicated his life to creating the ultimate Tinnitus solution guaranteed to permanently reverse the root of ear ringing and naturally and dramatically improve the overall quality of your life,  without the use prescription medication and without any surgical procedures. Learn more by visiting his website: Tinnitus Miracle

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Drugs that Cause Tinnitus Mon, 14 Jun 2019 23:30:58 +0000 Hi,

Today for mini course part 5, here is a list of drugs that list tinnitus as a side effect.

These drugs are listed in the Physician’s Desk Reference (PDR) as causing tinnitus as a side effect. Check out this list and see if you take any of these meds.

This information is given as a service and you are advised to check the product literature supplied with the medications you are on.

You can get more information about tinnitus  by visiting T-Gone right here:

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Now, on to the really (really) long list:

Abelcet Injection (Liposome)


Accutane Capsules

Aceon Tablets (2 mg, 4 mg, 8 mg)

Aciphex Tablets

Acromycin V

Actifed with Codiene Cough Syrup

Actiq (Anesta)

Actonel Tablets

Adalat CC

Aggrenox Capsules

Agrylin Capsules

Alferon N Injection (Interferon)

Alka-Seltzer Original Antacid and Pain Reliever Effervescent Tablets

Alka-Seltzer Cherry Antacid and Pain Reliever Effervescent Tablets

Alka-Seltzer Lemon Lime Antacid and Pain Reliever Effervescent

Alka-Seltzer Extra Strength Antacid and Pain Reliever Effervescent

Alka-Seltzer PM Effervescent Tablets

Alferon N

Alumadrine Tablets


Alumadrine Tablets


Amerge Tablets



Anaprox and Anaprox DS



Anzemet Injection

Anzemet Tablets

Aralen Injection

Aralen Tablets

Arithritis Strength BC Powder

Aricept Tablets

Aricept Tablets

Arthrotec Tablets


Ascriptin A/D




Atacand HCT Tablets



Atrovent Nasal Spray

Atrohist Plus

Avelox Tablets

Azactam Tablets

Azactam for Injection

Azo Gantanol

Azo Gantrisin

Azulfidine EN-tabs Tablet

BC Powder

Bactrim DS

Bactrim I.V.


Arthritis Strength BC Powder

Benadryl Parenteral

Betaxon Ophthalmic Suspension

Biaxin Filmtab Tablets

Biaxin for Oral Suspension

Biaxin XL Filmtab Tablets

Bicillin L-A Injection

Buprenex Injectable



Calan Tablets

Calan SR Caplets


Capastat Sulfate

Carbocaine Hydrochloride

Carbatrol Capsules







Celebrex Capsules

Celebrex Capsules

Celexa Oral Suspension

Celexa Tablets

CellCept Capsules

CellCept Intravenous

CellCept Oral Suspension

CellCept Tablets

Cerebyx Injection

Chibroxin Sterile Ophthalmic Solution

Childrens Advil



Cipro I.V.

Cipro Tablets

Cipro Oral Suspension

Claritin Reditabs

Claritin Syrup

Claritin Tablets

Claritin-D 12 Hour Extended Release Tablets

Claritin-D 24 Hour Extended Release Tablets


Clomid Tablets

Cognex Capsules

Colazal Capsules

Copaxone for Injection

Coreg Tablets



Cosopt Sterile Ophthalmic Solution

Covera-HS Tablets

Cozaar Tablets



Cytovene Capsules



Dapsone USP

Daranide Tablets

DaunoXome Injection





Depacon Injection

Depakene Capsules

Depakene Syrup

Depakote Sprinkle Capsules

Depakote Tablets

Depakote ER Tablets

Depen Titratable Tablets

Desferal Vials

Desyrel & Desyrel Dividose

Diamox Intravenous

Diamox Sequels Sustained Release Capsules

Diamox Tablets

Diovan HCT Tablets

Dilacor XR

Dipentum Capsules


Disalcid Capsules

Disalcid Tablets

Dolobid Tablets

Doxil Injection

Duraclon Injection

Duranest Injections

Dynabac Tablets

Dyphenhydramine [Nytol, Benydrl, etc]





Effexor Tablets

Effexor XR Capsules

ELA-Max Cream




Emla cream

Empirin with Codiene







EtrafonEvoxac Capsules

Excedrin Extra-Strength Tablets, Caplets, and Geltabs

Exelon Capsules

Exelon Oral Solution


Feldene Capsules

Fioricat with Codeine

Flexeril Tablets


Flumadine Syrup

Flumadine Tablets

Fortovase Capsules


Furosemide Tablet


Gabitril Filmtab Tablets





Gastrocrom Oral Concentrate

Gengraf Capsules

Geodon Capsule


HIVID Tablets

Halcion Tablets


Hytrin Capsules


Hyzaar 50-12.5 Tablets

Hyzaar 100-25 Tablets



Imitrex Nasal Spray


Indocin Capsules

Indocin Oral Suspension

Indocin Suppositories

Intron A


Invirase Capsules

Isoptin SR Tablets

Kerlone Tablets


Lamictal Tablets

Lamictal Chewable



Levaquin Injection

Levaquin Tablets

Lexxel Tablets


Lidoderm Patch

Lipitor Tablets

Lipitor Tablets



Lithium Carbonate

Lithobid Slow-Release Tablets


Lodine Capsules

Lodine Tablets

Lodine XL Extended-Release Tablets

Lopressor Ampuis

Lopressor DCT


Lotensin HCT Tablets

Lotrel Capsules


Lupron Depot

Luvox Tablets



Marinol (Dronabinol)

Marcaine Hydrochloride

Marcaine Spinal

Maxalt Tablets

Maxalt-MLT Orally Disintegrating Tablets

Maxaquin Tablets



Marcaine Hydrochloride

Marcaine Spinal

Meridia Capsules





Mexitil Capsules

Miacalcin Nasal Spray

Micardis HCT Tablets

Micardis Tablets

Midamor Tablets

Migranal Nasal Spray

Minipress Capsules

Minizide Capsules

Mintezol Suspension

Mintezol Chewable Tablets

Mirapex Tablets

Mobic Tablets

Moduretic Tablets

Momentum Backache Relief Extra Strength Caplets

Monopril Tablets

Motrin Suspension, Oral Drops, Chewable Tablets


Mustargen for Injection

Mykrox Tablets


Myobloc Injectable Solution

Nalfon Capsules

Nadolol Tablets

Naprelan Tablets

Naprosyn Suspension

Naprosyn Tablets

Naropin Injection

Nebcin Vials, Hyporets & ADD-Vantage

Neoral Soft Gelatin Capsules

Neoral Oral Solution

Neptazane Tablets

Nescaine Injection

Nesacaine-MPF Injection

Neurontin Capsules

Neurontin Oral Solution

Neurontin Tablets


Nexium Delayed-Release Capsules


Nipent for Injection


Nipent for Injection

Noroxin Tablets

Norpramin Tablets

Norvasc Tablets

Norvir Capsules

Norvir Oral Solution

Omniscan [less than 1%]

Ornade Spansule Capsules

Orthoclone OOKT3 Sterile Solution

Orudis Capsules

Oruvail Capsules

OxyContin Tablets

P-A-C Analgesic



Parnate Tablets

Paxil Oral Suspension

Paxil Tablets


Pediazole Suspension

Penetrex Tablets

Pepcid Injection

Pepcid Injection Premixed

Pepcid for Oral Suspension

Pepcid RPD Orally Disintegrating Tablets Pepcid Tablets

Pepto-Bismol Maximum Strength Liquid

Pepto-Bismol Original Liquid, Original and Cherry Tablets and
Easy-To-Swallow Caplets

Periactin Tablets

Permax Tablets

Phenergan Injection

Phenergan Suppositories

Phenergan Tablets

Phrenilin Forte Capsules

Phrenilin Tablets

Piroxicam [1-3%]

Plaquenil Tablets

Platinol-AQ Injection


Pletal Tablets

Pletal Tablets

Polocaine Injection, USP

Polocaine-MPF Injection, USP

Pontocaine Hydrochloride

Ponstel Kapseals

Prilosec Delayed-Release Capsules

Primaxin I.M.

Primaxin I.V.

Prevacid Delayed-Release Capsules


Prinivil Tablets

Prinzide Tablets

Procardia Capsules

Procardia Tablets



Protonix Tablets

Proventil HFA Inhalation Aerosol

Proventil Repetabs Tablets

Proventil Tablets

Prozac Pulvules & Liquid, Oral Solution

Prozac Pulvules, Liquid, and Weekly Capsules


Quinaglute Dura-Tabs Tablets


Quinidex Extentabs

Quinidine Gluconate Injection, USP

Q-vel Muscle Relaxant Pain Reliever

Rapamune Oral Solution and Tablets

Recombivax HB

Relafen Tablets

Rheumatrex Methotrexate

Requip Tablets

Rescriptor Tablet

ReVia Tablets


Risperdal Oral Solution

Risperdal Tablets

Romazicon Injection


Rynatan Tablets

Rythmol Tablets


Salagen Tablets

Sandimmune I.V. Ampuls for Infusion

Sandimmune Oral Solution

Sandimmune Soft Gelatin Capsules

Sandostatin LAR Depot

Sarafem Pulvules

Sedapap Tablets

Sensorcaine Injection

Sensorcaine with Epinephrine Injection

Sensorcaine-MPF Injection

Sensorcaine-MPF with Epinephrine Injection

Septra I.V. Infusion

Septra Suspension

Septra Grape Suspension

Septra Tablets

Septra DS Tablets

Seroquel Tablets

Serzone Tablets

Sinequan Capsules

Sinequan Oral

Soma Compound Tablets

Soma Compound w/Codeine Tablets

Sonata Capsules

Soriatane Capsules

Sporanox Capsules

Sporanox Oral Solution

Sporanox Oral Solution

Stadol NS Nasal Spray

Streptomycin Sulfate

Sular Tablets


Surmontil Capsules

Sustiva Capsules

Talacen Caplets

Talwin Compound Caplets

Talwin Nx Tablet

Tambocor Tablets

Tarka Tablets

Tasmar Tablets

Tavist and Tavist-D

Tegretol Chewable Tablets

Tegretol Suspension

Tegretol Tablets

Tegretol-XR Tablets

Tenex Tablets



Teveten Tablets

Tequin Injection

Tequin Tablets

Thalomid Capsules


Thiosulfil Forte

Tiazac Capsules

Ticlid Tablets

Timolide Tablets

Timoptic in Ocudose

Timoptic Sterile Ophthalmic Solution

Timoptic-XE Sterile Ophthalmic Gel Forming Solution

TOBI Solution for Inhalation



Tolectin 200 Tablets

Tolectin 600 Tablets

Tolectin DS Capsules

Tonocard Tablets

Topamax Sprinkle Capsules

Topamax Tablets

Toprol XL Tablets

Toradol IM Injection, IV Injection

Toradol Tablets




Tricor Capsules, Micronized


Trileptal Tablets

Trilisate Liquid

Trilisate Tablets

Trinalin Repetabs

Trisenox Injection

Trovan I.V.

Trovan Tablets

Tussend Syrup

Tussend Tablets

Tympagesic Ear Drops


Ultram Tablets

Uniretic Tablets

Univasc Tablets

Vancocin HCI

Vancenase AQ Double Strength Nasal Spray 0.084%

Vancocin HCl Capsules & Pulvules

Vancocin HCl Oral Solution

Vancocin HCl, Vials & ADD-Vantage

Vantin Tablets and Oral Suspension

Vascor Tablets

Vaseretic Tablets

Vasotec I.V. Injection

Vasotec Tablets

Verelan Capsules

Verelan PM Capsules

Viagra Tablets

Vicoprofen Tablets

Vioxx Oral Suspension

Vioxx Tablets

Vistide Injection

Vivactil Tablets

Voltaren Tablets

Voltaren-XR Tablets

Wellbutrin Tablets

Wellbutrin SR Sustained-Release Tablet

Xanax Tablets

Xylocaine Injection

Xylocaine with Epinephrine Injection

Zagam Tablets

Zanaflex Tablets

Zebeta Tablets

Zestoretic Tablet

Zestril Tablets

Zestoretic [0.3-1%]

Ziac Tablets

Zithromax Capsules, 250 mg

Zithromax for IV Infusion

Zithromax for Oral Suspension, 300 mg, 600 mg, 900 mg, 1200 mg

Zithromax Tablets, 250 mg

Zoloft Oral Concentrate

Zoloft Tablets

Zomig Tablets

Zomig-ZMT Tablets

Zonegran Capsules




Zyban Sustained-Release Tablets

Zyprexa Tablets

Zyprexa ZYDIS Orally Disintegrating Tablets

Zyrtec Syrup

Zyrtec Tablets

To your health.

Gina Gardner

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Unilateral Pulsatile Tinnitus Mon, 14 Jun 2019 22:58:22 +0000 Howdy,

Welcome to Part 4 of the mini course.  Today we’re going to talk about unilateral pulsatile tinnitus and then about how to GET RID OF IT starting today.  Lets get started:

Unilateral Pulsatile Tinnitus

To understand it better, let us take the headline apart and see the result at once. Unilateral stands for hearing the buzzing in one ear (bilateral involves both the ears); pulsatile stands for pulse-like sound effect while tinnitus represents all those tinkling, hissing. whooshing, roaring, tingling sounds that are heard by the affected person day in day out, turning him/her crazy like hell.

Rejoining the title head we find the picture in its entirety where the person suffering from pulsatile tinnitus hears the resonance of his/her own heartbeat from which the name of the disease has been taken.

However, the reason behind this strange phenomenon is erratic or constricted blood flow in the arteries that run through the head and neck region of the patient which sometimes correspond to the beating of the heart.

Unilateral pulsatile tinnitus falls under the category of subjective tinnitus in which the sound is heard only by the affected person and no one else. Detailed studies have revealed that it is usually associated with otologic disorders having two basic types of hearing problems – Conductive and Sensorineural. While the first one relates to inhibition of sound transmission to the inner ear, the later results from infection, disease condition or abnormality found in the inner ear.

The uncommunicativeness can be triggered through a number of factors that comprise inflammation of the external acoustic canal from the otis externa, perforation of the tympanic membrane, cerumen impaction, collection of excessive fluid or discharge in the middle ear, etc. It may also happen due to otosclerosis, signifying abnormalities in the ossicular bone chain. Of course, problems arising out of the cochlear part of the 8th cranial nerve should not be ruled out in this matter. NIHL or Noise-induced Hearing Loss and presbycusis (progressive loss of hearing with advancing age) are some of the common etiological factors responsible for this kind of hearing loss.

Unilateral Pulsatile Tinnitus – some of the causes

Though there is hardly any fatality factor associated with unilateral pulsatile tinnitus, it can, nonetheless be caused by heightened pressure in the head (hydrocephalus) as well as hardening of the arteries, both considered to be lethal in terms of medical science. However, one of the causative factors resulting in unilateral pulsatile tinnitus can be linked to the carotid artery and the jugular vein, both of which are located fairly close to the inner ear and so are likely to conduct noise to it.

Sometimes a vericosal vein structure can also transmit beating sound to the middle ear, resembling heartbeat. A rather rare but plausible cause that may give rise to the beating sound is ‘dehiscence’ that is the missing bone of the jugular vein and an unusually formed carotid artery. This part of the information has seemingly been gleaned from a post mortem examination conducted on person suffering from unilateral pulsatile tinnitus.

Apart from such complex issues, unilateral pulsatile tinnitus is also caused due to hyperthyroidism, below normal blood viscosity and poor and erratic blood flow in the head and neck region.

How does unilateral pulsatile tinnitus affect the victim?

Very unenviably indeed! The patient suffers from two different kinds of ailment. While one type makes him/her suffer from giddiness, loss of balance and unilateral feeling of heaviness in the ear, the other subjects the person to hear his/her own heartbeat day in and day out 24 x 7.

On top of all that there is no hope of recovery unless one opts for Holistic way of treatment which is rather rigid, having no room for tomfoolery. However, here are some of the basics, cited for the benefit of the readers. It involves some of the following and many more:

  • Elimination of meat and/or meat-based food items, viz. ham, bacon, sausages, salami, beef, pork and other kinds of exotic meat dishes.
  • Elimination of tinned or processed food
  • Elimination of fried and spicy food
  • Elimination of fast food
  • Discarding alcohol or alcohol-based beverages
  • Consuming fruits and vegetables on regular basis
  • Eating fibrous food like whole grain bread, organic food and dry fruit
  • Practicing Yoga and deep breathing
  • Following less stressful lifestyle.

If someone follows what has been mentioned above, the person can get a cure from the factors that go on to cause unilateral pulsating tinnitus, which is…

  • Sinusitis in acute form
  • Tension and stress
  • Damage to the cochlear nerve

This sure will lead to a healthful physical state that would take care of the three factors (acute sinusitis; stress and tension and cochlear nerve damage) that are responsible for unilateral pulsating tinnitus. However, one should bear in mind that in Holistic method of treatment the body is treated as a whole in order to identify and locate the root causes of the disease condition and then specify the appropriate remedy.

Conventional medicine, on the other hand, put emphasis on the symptoms, ignoring the root cause of the disease and that is precisely why the holistic remedy is ideal for treating unilateral pulsatile tinnitus.

This article is based on the book, “Tinnitus Miracle” by Thomas Coleman. Thomas is an author, researcher, nutritionist and health consultant who dedicated his life to creating the ultimate Tinnitus solution guaranteed to permanently reverse the root of ear ringing and naturally and dramatically improve the overall quality of your life,  without the use prescription medication and without any surgical procedures. Learn more by visiting his website: Tinnitus Miracle

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Major Cause Of Tinnitus Mon, 14 Jun 2019 22:41:20 +0000 Hi,

Welcome to Part 3 of the Stop tinnitus mini course.  Today we’re going to talk about:

“Tinnitus From Exposure to Noise Is BY FAR the MOST COMMON cause of tinnitus.”

That quote comes from another good website about tinnitus at T-Gone and is certainly worth examining further.

Just what do I mean by exposure to noise?

* If you have ever left a bar or a party with your ears ringing, you have been exposed to noise.

* If you have spent much time in clubs, you have been exposed to noise.

* If you have been in a motor accident where the airbags have been deployed, you have been exposed to noise.

* Have you worked in a loud factory or a noisy environment?

Often we are exposed to loud, sudden noises (such as fireworks or gunfire) that we have no control over. These occurrences can and DO cause cochlear damage that can lead to hearing loss and tinnitus.

Discover the root cause of your tinnitus and you WILL get the relief you need.

Click here to go to T-Gone for help with determining the cause of your tinnitus.

So hang in there and you will get relief from tinnitus and get to enjoy a life free from those awful ringing noises!

To your health,

Gina Gardner

T Gone

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Cochlear Damage Induced Tinnitus Mon, 14 Jun 2019 22:18:09 +0000

Hello Fellow Tinnitus Sufferer,

How are you today? Welcome to part 2 of the Stop Tinnitus mini course. Next,I thought I would let you have some additional information regarding COCHLEA DAMAGE INDUCED TINNITUS resulting mostly from exposure to noise.

Actually give you some insight into what actually happens when cochlea damage occurs as a result of exposure to noise.

There are some of the fifteen thousand microscopic sensory hair cells in the the Organ of Corti which are very fragile and are easily damaged.

There are three tiny bones that vibrate and act as amplifiers, in fact probably the beat amplifiers ever invented.

If you look at the illustration shown you will get a better idea of what I am talking about.
When the movement of the tiny bones in the middle ear vibrate the oval window of the cochlea, waves are created in the fluid surrounding the cochlea.
These waves bend the basilar membrane in place corresponding to specific frequencies.
Hair cells in those places then brush against the overlying tectorial membrane (shown in blue) generating an electrical impulse which gets sent to the brain.The brain interprets those electrical impulses as sound. The nerve endings are shown in yellow in the illustration.

When the tiny hairs and nerve endings become damaged as a result of exposure to noise, high frequency hearing loss and tinnitus often results.
I hope this helps you somewhat and remember to visit T Gone if you need any help with your tinnitus.
To your health.

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Stop The Ringing Review | Geoff Barker Sun, 09 May 2019 19:01:26 +0000 stop the ringing reviewReviewer: Gina Gardner
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Product Reviewed: Stop the Ringing by Geoff Barker

Tinnitus is a condition that affects millions of people in the U.S. Caused by exposure to loud sounds and noises, tinnitus can result in substantial damage to your hearing. Unfortunately, the onset of tinnitus can be sudden and at present, no cure exists.

In this review I’ll discuss the book Stop The Ringing by Geoff Barker, which covers the various natural treatments available for eliminating tinnitus. I’ll tell you about my experience with the recommendations in the book and what it has to offer for people with tinnitus.

To begin with, Geoff Barker has done research on tinnitus and discovered a number of ways to get rid of the ringing in your ears. The biggest benefit of the treatments he presents is that they are completely natural, and thus don’t come with side effects and other risks.

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And that’s my favorite thing about using natural treatments. When you take the natural approach, you can forget about causing damage to your body or ending up with other types of medical problems as a result of your treatment. Another thing about natural treatments that appeals to me is that they’re inexpensive, and for the most part you can buy them at a grocery or discount store.

I’ve known many people who suffered from tinnitus, and tried all sorts of methods to get rid of this problems – without success. Some of them thought they could use other sounds, like the radio, water or a fan, to drown out the ringing and get a good night’s sleep. In fact, I tried these methods myself. Most nights I didn’t sleep at all, and it caused me to have a lot of difficulty concentrating when I was at work. Finally I had had enough, and so I became determined to find some type of remedy that would stop the incessant ringing in my ears.

I searched for treatments online and bought several products, only to discover that the majority of them were simply useless. I can’t tell you how many hours I spent in my search for tinnitus relief. And then I found Geoff Barker’s book Stop The Ringing.

In his incredible book, Geoff Barker outlines 11 techniques that can help you reduce or permanently eliminate the constant ringing in your ears caused by tinnitus. I only needed to try one of his techniques and my tinnitus stopped.

Geoff Barker’s eboook Stop The Ringing – 11 Proven Techniques to Stop Tinnitus, features the results of his research and teaches you the following:

* The truth about tinnitus, including new information about the condition that is rarely discussed elsewhere.
* The fastest, safest ways to put permanently stop the ringing in your ears.
* Ways to tailor the techniques to suit your own circumstances and give you fast, effective relief for your tinnitus, no matter how severe your condition is.
* Eleven techniques that have been proved to lessen or completely eliminate tinnitus.

No doubt one of these techniques and recommendations will be able to help you stop the ringing in your ears for good.

With this program you will get a lifetime membership to, which gives you informational updates for free on the site’s members area. What this means is that when new techniques and methodologies are developed for eliminating tinnitus, you will be among the first people to hear about them.

After reading this book, I have only praise for everything it has to offer. Using the techniques that Geoff Barker outlines, I learned how to get rid of the ringing in my ears fast, and I no longer have to look for new ways to cover up the annoying ringing. Also, I can now get a full night’s sleep without switching on a fan or some other form of noise, I am able to focus at work, and I don’t have to worry about the ringing in my ears anymore.

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Banish Tinnitus Review | Paul Carrington Thu, 06 May 2019 03:07:33 +0000 Banish Tinnitus Review, Paul Carrington ReviewReviewer: Gina Gardner
Rating: Banish Tinnitus Review
Product Reviewed: Banish Tinnitus by Paul Carrington

You have come looking for a straightforward, objective review on the Banish Tinnitus eBook, and that is exactly what you will find here. We will find out in this review if this book manages to meet its claims for curing tinnitus in 3 steps or not.

I would first like to state my reasons for writing this Banish Tinnitus Review. I once had a tinnitus issue and, like you, I was prudent (albeit curious) before purchasing the Banish Tinnitus book.

At the time I wasn’t able to find a proficient Banish Tinnitus Review, but I went ahead and bought it to give it a shot since I figured I had nothing to lose. I am writing this today with hopes of helping someone out there to find a straightforward Banish Tinnitus review, as I am sure you definitely don’t want to lose money.

Since we have ascertained that this is an un-endorsed Banish Tinnitus Review, you will be able to visit the official website by clicking here.

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Please take note of the fact that I will be emphasizing both the positive and negative aspects of Banish Tinnitus in 3 Simple Steps, so now you know there could possibly be some parts you don’t like.

Banish Tinnitus, published by a fellow past tinnitus sufferer, is an eBook. At first glance, one can see that he understands the things tinnitus sufferers endure, and this shows well. After reading the ebook’s first couple of pages, I felt like I had so much in common with the author’s personal experiences. Lack of sleep and an inability to focus because of unrelenting, annoying ringing of the ears was having a toll on my personal and professional life.

Then, he tells you in his Banish Tinnitus book about why we are plagued with this problem. Some symptoms to be found in tinnitus sufferers are sinus problems, ear nerve damage and anxiety. It is true that anxiety is one of tinnitus’ main causes, and I was starting to realize how and why.

This book educates readers on how to discern the origin of their tinnitus issues and hot to heal it. There may be instances in which you believed you had found the cure for your tinnitus just to hear that annoying ringing sound come back to your ears later on. This book has shown me that you will have to heal all three primary causes of tinnitus in order to be completely rid of it.

The negative aspect of this is that you may need to learn meditative methods or something like that to heal your anxiety. Not that I have any reason to complain, but I might be somewhat lazy. However, it’s better for me to get my feet wet and figure out how to heal my tinnitus instead of dealing with this issue any longer. In order to clear things up, getting rid of tinnitus is no miraculous cure, but it will take some true effort on your end for there to be any success.

Excluding that, the eBook Banish Tinnitus is truly in great presentation form and has incredible techniques to implement that will cure your problem with due time. To be completely honest, I didn’t see any improvements of my condition until two weeks had passed.

I highly advise reading the Banish Tinnitus book if you are always dealing with the hassle of ringing ears since it helps you to get to the bottom of things and be rid of tinnitus forever. I haven’t seen any signs of tinnitus since reading that book, and it has nearly been an entire year – I have every reason to believe that I’ll never see it again.

It is my hope that you this Banish Tinnitus review helps you, and I’d like to thank you for visiting my page to read this. As a fellow tinnitus sufferer to another, the eBook Banish Tinnitus in 3 Simple Steps is ideal if you want to find a long-term antidote!

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