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My husband has tinnitus, and has found in business meeting conversations that many others have it as well.  Has anyone come across successful treatment?
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My husband has tinnitus, and has found in business meeting conversations that many others have it as well.  Has anyone come across successful treatment?


Well, I often have this condition myself. Right now for example as I type this. In my opinion this is but one of so very many symptoms of repressed feelings. These repressed feelings exert a very real force through out our nervous systems, electrical impulses that for some, spill over into the auditory aspects of our brains. The cure is called PRIMAL THERAPY. A good cry, will temporarily alleviate this symptom. A couple of beers seems to help, but only temporarily. It always comes back with beer therapy and almost always worse than before. A part of what Janov calls a primal rebound when using alcohol or drugs to numb out pain, fear, whatever the repressed feelings are. You can learn all about primal therapy here if you wish to:     http://www.primaltherapy.com/


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I have this condition also. About 4 years ago I had some kind of headaches, had all kind of tests and a spinal tap.   The problem was not resolved but after a year the problem went away. The tinnitis stayed.

I had MRI's and so many tests but nothing was found, they told me there was nothing they could do so I got lucky at least the headaches went away and have been searching for a solution to the tinnitis which sometimes is bad and sometimes it goes away for a day.


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I was wearing a wireless phone earpiece at work for months. I started to get tinnitis. I stopped using it and I no longer have tinnitis. My suggestion would be to eliminate all wireless devices that you place near your head, this includes your cell phone, cordless phones, wireless headphones/music players.  Instead don't use them or look for other options like wired headsets and speaker phones.
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Life Extension has some suggestions at http://ask.lef.org/4096/Tinnitus#bm4112 

This recent article http://www.pnas.org/content/108/36/14974.abstract is interesting.  Also of interest is the fact that many women experience tinnitus during menopause as a part of vasomotor symptoms.  Additionally, drugs like aspirin can cause tinnitus.  So it is not just due to the ears, although it can accompany hearing loss or Meniere's disease.
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Thanks for the responses! I will start with Lef's B vitamin suggestion and work through all the suggestions in time. I am sure beer therapy will be the most popular. Rolleyes
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