A Natural Way to Cure, Not Just Cope With Tinnitus
Maybe that ringing, squealing, whining, whooshing, buzzing sound in your ears started after standing too close to mega-speakers at a rock concert, or you first noticed it after a few days or weeks on a job in which you are surrounded by noisy, heavy machinery. Maybe your tinnitus started out of nowhere, with no obvious underlying trigger. It doesn’t matter how your tinnitus started. When you are experiencing it, you’d do almost anything to get it to stop. Tinnitus can cause havoc in a person’s life, contributing to sleep loss, absent-mindedness, and loss of hearing.
If you are ready to quiet your tinnitus naturally, Grocare offers a solution with an over than 80% success rate. Millions of people suffer from tinnitus, but that doesn’t have to include you. To make sure you recover fully from tinnitus naturally, without having to resort to surgery, the best approach is to understand what it is, and how it could have been caused.
Acidim and Oronerv can help you heal tinnitus naturally. Acidim helps balance the pH thereby clearing the toxins around the ear and giving the hair more breathing space enhancing sound. Oronerv helps the nerve endings more receptive thereby slowly healing tinnitus.
Once the toxins are cleared and nerve endings are rejuvenated, the tinnitus slowly disappears. To prevent accumulation of toxins and recurrence of tinnitus, we suggest following a healthy lifestyle.
Over 5500 people have been successfully healed by Oronerv and Acidim without any side effects.
What is Tinnitus and How Does it Happen?
Different people experience tinnitus in different ways. Some people will experience a low, aggravating, buzzing sound, while others will hear a high squeal. This noise can often disappear into the background of life’s business during waking hours, and start to sound more profound when we lay down to go to sleep at night. Essentially, any noise that you hear consistently that doesn’t come from an outside source could be classified as tinnitus.
The causes of tinnitus can vary just as much as the symptoms. Some of the many causative factors include:
- Working at a job that exposes someone to high levels of noise.
- Participating in leisure activities (enjoying loud music, working with a hand-saw for wood-working, etc.) which create consistent loud noise.
- A viral ear infection can damage the ear’s internal structure.
- Wax build up in the middle ear. When the wax touches the ear drum it can cause ringing or buzzing sounds.
- Damage or loss of the tiny sensory hair cells in the inner ear (that can be caused by different factors such as noise damage, medications, and age).
- A head injury.
- General, excessive noise exposure.
How is Tinnitus Diagnosed by My Doctor?
If you go to your doctor to have your tinnitus diagnosed, they will check to see if the sounds you are hearing are in one ear, or both. They will ask you numerous questions to try to ascertain if there is an activity you are participating in regularly that caused the problem. Then, they will do a complete physical examination of the inner and outer ear. Your doctor may suggest an audiogram. There is no need for radiologic testing (X-rays, CT scans or MRI scans) unless your tinnitus is unilateral (in one ear only), pulsatile (pulses), or associated with asymmetric hearing loss or neurological abnormalities (brain damage or trauma as from a fall or head injury).
How is Tinnitus Cured?
The Bad News
Western medicine doesn’t have a ‘cure’ for tinnitus, so they have developed some very interesting coping mechanisms. This is the no-so great news. Your doctor might suggest an invasive surgery, our sound therapy which is meant to mask the buzzing, squealing, or humming in your ears. Other medical practitioners will suggest that you see a cognitive therapist so that you can ‘learn’ to tolerate the buzzing. In other words – they essentially tell you to just get over it and learn how to cope.
As far as the surgeries are concerned, they only work about 40 percent of the time. Surgical treatment of tinnitus includes destructive procedures, neurectomies, stapedectomies and tympanosympathectomies – all medical jargon for ways of cutting out certain portions of the ear.
In some cases you would be prescribed pharmaceutical medications including antidepressants, anticonvulsants, anxiolytics, or intratympanic injection of medications, but this is not recommended for treating tinnitus without an underlying or associated medical problem that may benefit from such treatment.
Other methods of coping include turning on a white-noise machine at night to cover up the tinnitus, thereby letting you sleep, but again, this is a temporary coping mechanism, and doesn’t really address the underlying issue.
The Good News
The good news is that ancient, herbal medicine points to the underlying cause of tinnitus. This is, after all, just a symptom, it is not the disease itself. If you are experiencing the symptoms of tinnitus, something is dysfunctional in your auditory system. This system includes the ear, the auditory nerve that connects the inner ear to the brain, and the parts of the brain that process sound.
The Real Cause of Tinnitus
From the perspective of Ayurvedic science, the thousands-of-years-old wisdom that has helped millions cure ailments throughout the ages, the underlying cause of tinnitus is inner ear cell damage.
You may have noticed that one of the causes for tinnitus listed by traditional medicine is damaged inner ear hairs, the tiny, delicate hairs inside your cochlea that move in relation to the pressure of sound waves.
The movement of these tiny hairs then trigger ear cells to release an electrical signal through the auditory nerve to your brain. Your brain interprets these signals as sound. If the hairs inside your inner ear are bent or broken, they can “leak” random electrical impulses to your brain, causing tinnitus. The hair inside the ear becomes bent or broken largely due to a pH imbalance.
Our modern lifestyle causes the pH in the body to destabilize. Thus toxins start gathering around the delicate inner ear hairs and restrict their movement. These tiny sound wave carriers become bent or broken.
As one doctor explains the importance of pH in the body,
“The body functions best with a slightly alkaline pH. The normal pH of human blood ranges from 7.35 to 7.45. For pH values, 1 is the most acidic, while 14 is the most alkaline. A pH of 7 is neutral, which means it is right in the middle of the acid base scale and is neither acidic nor alkaline. When the body chemistry turns too acidic, we see many disorders and diseases develop.” Tinnitus is just one of them.
How to cure Tinnitus Naturally
Instead of masking the symptoms with white noise, going to expensive cognitive therapy sessions to try to ‘forget’ that you are hearing constant noise, or undergoing a surgery which has little chance of fixing the problem long term, Grocare has a natural, non-invasive, completely natural way to help the body restore the inner ear’s functioning.
It is imperative to understand that to treat your tinnitus effectively, you need to remove the toxins in the nerve endings of the ear. This is not easy. However, Grocare has two medicines Acidim and Oronerv (previously Nervica) which can help you through the process. Acidim helps balance the body’s pH thereby clearing the toxins around the ear and giving the hair more breathing space, and enhancing how your brain processes sound. Oronerv helps the nerve endings to become more receptive thereby slowly healing tinnitus. If this sounds outlandish compared to the typical treatments of western medicine, which often just remove parts of the ear that aren’t ‘working, consider this:
Once the toxins are cleared and nerve endings are rejuvenated, symptoms of tinnitus will slowly disappear. Why? You’ve healed the tiny parts of the ear that are subject to toxic build up caused by the environment and your lifestyle choices.
However, clearing the toxins is not the only thing that happens. It is the accumulation of toxins that caused the disease in the first place, so you need to be careful that no new toxins are accumulated in your body. To do this you need to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
This means getting up early morning and having a heavy breakfast within one hour, having a light dinner by 730PM and also that no eating or drinking any thing that can help accumulate toxins or imbalance pH. This includes items such as tea, coffee or alcohol. You may decide to switch to green tea instead, which can help your body detox naturally.
This is how Oronerv and Acidim can help heal tinnitus naturally, without any side effects.
It is important to note that if the tinnitus is caused by any physical damage – such as an accident or a previous surgery or anything which may have damaged the ear drum permanently, Oronerv & Acidim will not be able to help in those cases
If you can reduce loud noise from your life, and spend time in silence to help your hearing heal, this is also advisable, but for many, Oronerv and Acidim are a wonderful, natural way to stop that constant buzzing or ringing in your ears caused by tinnitus.