Ringing of Ears My Experiences With Ringing of Ears

16Jun/10Off

Ringing of Ears or Tinnitus- My Story

Have you ever lay down to go to sleep and the neighbor decided to mow his lawn, or maybe fire up a chain saw?  It's not a good thing!  Welcome to the world of Tinnitus or ringing of ears.

The Cause of My Ringing of Ears

I've always loved music and learned to play guitar and bass as a young girl.  I loved rock and roll and especially blues and played in bands starting at a very young age.  Loud was cool and I had no thought for the consequences which is pretty typical for young people.

As the years went by I noticed that often I would hear ringing after finishing a gig but by the next morning it was better and then gone.  Then it didn't go away anymore.  My tinnitus consists of 2 sounds: ringing and a sound I can only describe as what you hear if you put a seashell to your ear.   However the nice sound of waves and wind is much louder than is acceptable.

The Search for Help

I went to the doctor and was prescribed drugs.  These worked for a while but never completely gave me relief.  I knew they weren't the answer and then tried various masking devices.  Some of these also helped but again weren't a cure.

Was there a cure?  I didn't hear anything very positive and slowly became depressed and pretty hopeless.  Nights are the worst time for ringing of the ears because the tinnitus condition is at its worst.  It's really no louder but the quiet of night and the attempt at sleep makes it seem worse and it's more invasive.

I read everything I could about tinnitus and a cure for tinnitus.  Doctors say there is no cure for ringing of ears but I'm here to tell you different.  There IS hope!  I found a plan that works for me and I have a few tips to share with you.

Four Tips

1.  Start working out and taking some long walks.  These activities increase the blood flow to your brain and throughout your entire body.  An increase in blood flow has a positive flow on your entire system and can really help your tinnitus.

2.  Drink plenty of water.  Water cleanses your body and will have a positive impact on any health conditions including noise or ringing of ears.

3.  The only way I could come out of the depression I was experiencing was a total spiritual healing.  I had to see my reality in a completely different way and that meant a change in beliefs.  I had heard of others that had reached a cure for tinnitus and so I began to believe in my heart and soul that I would do it also.  I threw out my old self talk that, "This ringing of the ears can't be cured".

4.  I set a goal that I would do something positive with my life.  I wanted to write and play music again.  I knew that I couldn't play in a band but I could do a solo acoustic act.  I'm still not to the point of making a living from my music but it helped to concentrate on a positive goal instead of ringing of ears.

These tips have nothing to do with drugs, masking or doctors.  However I know that they will help with the level of your tinnitus.  I know because these changes and especially the change of focus helped me and quite quickly.

Is There a Cure for Tinnitus?

Is there a cure for Tinnitus?  I'm not cured yet but I'm so improved that I'm living a better life than I ever have.  I'm healthier, in much better shape and happier than I was before the onset of this condition.

I am using a program that combines many holistic approaches. It seems that the proper combination of many areas such as diet, exercise, meditation and other parts of an overall plan is what really makes this plan effective. I know this program can help you and possibly assist you in total recovery from your tinnitus. Click here for more information on a program I consider a miracle.

 

   

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