The medical word for ringing in the ears is tinnitus. Tinnitus is thought to be caused by ear infections, ear formation, thyroid dysfunction, diabetes, allergies, high blood pressure, and artery disease.
Tinnitus can be caused by a variety of causes, the most common of which are acid and mineral deficiency. The hammer, anvil, and stirrup are three tiny bones in the ear that are generally referred to as the hammer, anvil, and stirrup. These are the smallest bones in the body, and since acid in the body dissolves bone over time, being too acidic will impair hearing.
The ossicles are a set of three tiny bones. Two muscles may restrict the movement of the ossicles. The facial nerve controls the stapedius muscle, the smallest skeletal muscle in the body, which connects to the stapes; the trigeminal nerve controls the tensor tympani muscle, which connects to the base of the malleus. In response to noisy sounds, these muscles contract, limiting sound propagation to the inner ear. The acoustic reflex, also known as the Tympanic reflex, is the result of this. Mineral deficiency could cause the muscles in the ears that regulate sound to malfunction.
Tinnitus sufferers can benefit from the following suggestions:
1. Stay away from noisy noises.
2. Make use of white noise machines.
3. Wear earplugs when bathing and showering.
4. Cut out sugar, wheat, and dairy from your diet.
ShopFreeMart Pure Mag Concentrate, D-Cal Boron, and Vitalize can help to recalcify the bones if tinnitus is caused by bone loss. In the case of tinnitus, I also suggest eating raw Silverbeet or Chard.
When sound waves from the air hit a liquid, the majority of the energy is reflected off the liquid’s surface. The middle ear allows sound moving through the air to be impedance matched to acoustic waves traveling through a system of fluids and membranes in the inner ear. Tinnitus may be caused by a lack of sodium, which is a mineral that controls the body’s fluids. You may need to increase your natural salt intake in this situation.