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Tinnitus is a widespread disease

Updated: Thursday, Sep 24,2009, 4:23:34 PM
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Aurium Tinnitus is a widespread disease. The sounds nuts to drive patients were described by patients as: growling, buzzing or ringing, ringing (similar to that of bells), rhythmic beating. Another patient described this way: whistling, singing, humming, buzzing, hissing. Phenomena occur also echoes like the sound. Or there are clicks in the ear or snaps during chewing or swallowing. These sounds are present either continuously or periodically disruptive. They may worsen when listening to music, or conversely, they may even tend to improve.

The cure is possible if these diseases are considered very carefully and, if the real causes are taken into account when processing an individual and person-oriented basis. Without doubt, these diseases can be considered disorders of the auditory system alone. Generally, this tinnitus symptoms rather than as a causal factor. External origins such as injuries that have caused irreversible damage to the auditory system represent only minor problems with the therapist when investigating causal factors. However, important causal links in the system of the body can cause sudden hearing loss and these interactions are not always easy to understand.

A model for understanding the disease within a specific context is the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). I am aware that his understanding of the Asian disease in our ways of thinking is not an easy task. However, when it comes to tinnitus, these lessons are invaluable resources that go beyond the subject's ear. As discussed, we can reach the same conclusion by other means,

The causes are as varied as the symptoms. Some people become ill after sudden deafness, others become sick due to metabolism of renal compensation, while a third group may experience blocked cervical vertebrae.

one of the main causes of tinnitus is a disorder of kidney / bladder area.
In my opinion (which is based on practical experience), tinnitus can be traced to this single source of at least 60% of cases.

Traditional Chinese medicine offers the following explanation: Besides the ability to reproduce and regeneration, kidneys and their meridians govern the regulation of body fluids, the functioning of joints (hips and knees), hair growth, and functioning of the ear and brain. In fact, the kidneys are the starting point of our life force itself.

For example, tinnitus May also be caused by the weakness of the kidney that are developed within an organization due to other conditions, or stress, poor nutrition and abuse of alcohol and drugs.

Other causes may include obstetric problems resulting from sensitivity to cool internal (against cold drinks, salads, etc.) or cool outside (cold weather, swimming too long, etc..) The symptoms of these disorders can range from pain in the lower abdomen / uterus (which can be somewhat mitigated by the heat), to periods of delay or missing, needs frequent urination (especially at night), etc., until to and including tinnitus. Often / weak bladder kidney also plays a role here too.

For example, if the kidneys are suffering from lack of heat (which can actually be felt in this area!), Then this condition means a lack of yang energy. Consequently, the results are lumbago, cold and painful knees, dizziness, hypothyroidism and tinnitus (among others). In the case of yin deficiency (eg an excess of yang energy), then reverse the symptoms occur such as increased body temperature, red face, (night), sweating, insomnia, nervousness, etc., which also includes pain in the lower back and heels and also noise in the ears, as mentioned above.

Liver problems (Yin / Yang in excess) resulting from excessive alcohol consumption, smoking, poor diet, etc. may lead to neuroses, increased blood pressure and eye and ear complaints. Of course, renal involvement should also be taken into account. Make kidney problems never really exist without affecting liver metabolism? The consequences are stress, dizziness, aggression, headaches, etc., and tinnitus.

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