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Tinnitus, Help! 2 months 3 days ago #46522

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I developed Tinnitus. It's more of a constant buzzing noise, when you are too close to a speaker and later you hear this type of ringing. But I haven't been to any concerts or in a space that would have effected my hearing.
Anything? I need it to stop, it was subtle for a few days today its louder and constant.
I am open to suggestions.
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Tinnitus, Help! 2 months 3 days ago #46525

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Perhaps Serrapeptase, or the probably expensive combo that includes it.

newswithviews.com/Howenstine/james178.htm

Patients suffering from tinnitus for as long as 17 years have made complete recoveries using Wobenzyme therapy. Other potent enzyme therapies(Vitalzym X, Nattokinase, Lumbrokinase{Boluke} could also be expected to be beneficial as they are all capable of blocking inflammation when used in high dosage. My preference among these is Vitalzym X which contains the potent enzyme serrapeptase, protease, papain, bromelain, amylase, rutin(protects against capillary blood vessel fragility), and amia(potent natural source of Vitamin C). Eight to 10 Vitalzym X three times daily should be adequate therapy.


www.tinnitustalk.com/threads/tinnitus-fl...nd-serrapeptase.443/

I am not sure where to post this... hard to say anymore, so please move this Markku if you wish.

I am finding several complaints that are on the web where people have eye floaters and tinnitus symptoms together. When searching the web I found also that some people were taking serrapeptase (enzyme) for them.

Floating spots or strings in vision and Ringing in ears symptomchecker.webmd.com/mul...ging-in-e...85|193&locations=3|4


I found this intriguing since I had a scare with "strings/webs/floaters in my one eye and went to the ER and ophthalmologist (September) for it just before the T happened (October). I certainly had other things going on - like changing BP meds and installing a new wifi and cable box EMFs) at around the same time.

Sooooo... with further research on blogs and remedies, serrapeptase seems to be used for both conditions. It will also help with high blood pressure and fibrous conditions in the body.

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Tinnitus, Help! 2 months 3 days ago #46531

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Thanks Babs,

I knew Serrapeptase was good in treating chronic sinusitis I actually recommended it to my niece who is still suffering even after trying sinus surgery.
I used to have sinus problems but I didn't feel like they were currently acting up. I feel strongly its stress and possibly circulation issues and not drinking enough water. But this ringing is quite bad now.
Physicals tapping and pulling ears exercises (youtube videos) only stopped the ringing for 10 seconds.
I can almost cry that I have this going on.
The sound of running water and the bathroom fan is my only relief right now.

What scares me about Serrapetase. The price lol. and It actively works to break down scar tissue which would be good for my L4-L5 scarring but my L5- S1 level the scar tissue is acting to serve a purpose. I am a bit apprehensive that taking it would break down needed scar tissue. I need to read up a lot more on it. I will consider taking it if everything else fails.

I am going to up my vitamin C now for sure.

I going to read and re read your links. I should get my but into my doctor to look at my thyroid levels too.
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Tinnitus, Help! 2 months 3 days ago #46533

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I have had tinnitus for a while. Been mostly ignoring it. But this topic reminded me of a homeopathic remedy I tried last time i had it in the form of ear drops. It was one of the common brands. I think it was called Ringittus or something like that and it worked for me! I ended up throwing away the rest of the bottle because after a week or so I did not need it and it expired. Thanks for reminding me. I am going to try it again.

I am sorry about your suffering Nan70. I hope you find something to help.
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Tinnitus, Help! 2 months 2 days ago #46555

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Nan,
I'm sorry to hear that. :(
You've had more than enough to deal with lately to also deal with that.
My wife and I both have it but we're old. :unsure: I believe it is something that happens with age. :angry:

For me a sound machine with white noise helps to mask the sound so I can sleep. I don't get to use that often because Liz hates the sound. :( But she likes to got to sleep with the TV on. ??? :-?

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How are you and Liz doing. Don been missing you (don't tell liz):x

Buzz, Bizz, buuzzzz, bizzzzzzzzzzzz, bizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
I already know I have suffered hearing damage, first generation walk man user here. I work in a loud environment. Traffic noises, construction, street preacher, shred-it trucks, police sirens.
I am trying to trace the recent cause to help focus on what might help. When reading there is no cure for tinnitus on the internet what a panic of fear this might not go away.
I had tension stress headaches behind my eyes in the sinus area after my uncle's funeral. One time I felt I might pass out. I think although I have zero history of high blood pressure stress might have spiked it. The wet cold weather change has me physical challenged.
It started constant after my dentist appointment, hmmmmm. I have just developed a chest cough. I am hoping a perfect storm of events is the cause so I can have a little hope it will go away. I have upped my vitamin C a lot and added electrolytes. If I put my palms over my head and put pressure on my ears when I release the buzzing stops for 30 seconds. I am trying two physical techniques I found on YouTube, stops the buzzing but only briefly,
I will have to see if the chest congestion clears maybe it will stop.
Serrapeptase is there also to try if needed.

Anyone interested in the videos-



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Tinnitus, Help! 2 months 1 day ago #46584

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Nan,
I'm doing pretty good. Was even able to have Tuesday and Wednesday as KF days because of no headache. Liz also wanted me to do it to see if the kratom was causing me to be angrier than normal. :angry:
She and I didn't notice any difference until I stopped watching the news. :woohoo: :lol:

She has another UTI so she is sick but not letting it keep her down. Our daughter and grand daughters have the B flu so Liz is over their house taking care of them today. She will probably get us both sick with that. :dry:

Some of that Tinnitus is likely due to all that rock and roll music you mentioned. :ohmy:
Especially that Phil Collins character. :lol:
I'm sure a lot of my tinnitus is due to rocking out at sound levels that we should never listen to music at. :(

Dentist? :ohmy:
I don't mean to scare you but a beautiful young woman (62), who always gave me hugs, passed in her sleep a few weeks ago after going to the dentist. Nobody knows the cause. :ohmy:

I wouldn't worry though, I'm sure that is a very rare event. :-?
Seriously I'm just teasing to try and cheer you up with my odd sense of humor. :cheer:

One website I went to listed the following as causes of tinnitus:

Hearing loss (though not everyone with tinnitus has a hearing issue)
Exposure to loud noise
Ear disease
Ear or sinus infections
Ear, neck and head injuries
TMJ disorders
Earwax build up
Hormonal imbalances in women
Cardiovascular disease
Thyroid disorders
Some medications, including (but not limited to) antibiotics, antidepressants, diuretics, cancer medications, and very high doses of aspirin

I never knew there were so many things that could cause it.

Tonight I'm going to try the ear moving thing that lady shows on the video that helps her. I'm curious to see what it does.

Thank you for sharing and being there for all of us.
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Tinnitus, Help! 1 month 4 weeks ago #46698

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Hmmmm
Dentist?

I don't mean to scare you but a beautiful young woman (62), who always gave me hugs, passed in her sleep a few weeks ago after going to the dentist. Nobody knows the cause.

Definitely the dentist's fault. They practice torture and which-craft. I am never the same after a visit. :-?

I have given in and currently waiting for my doctors visit. I am hoping for some raging sinus ear infection so I can take my medicine like a big girl and get better. If I have to live with this buzzing it could at least have a rhythm or variation its boring me to death.

For Liz- Utis become chronic for some reason after you start getting one or two. Now that I am bladder leak challenged by violent coughing(feminine leak protection not fun but needed) /I have been looking up some prevention ideas.

(spam detector will not let me post links)

Seems like vita C, cranberry extract supplements and lots of water are key.

Get well and stay healthy everyone
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