Hypnotherapy for Tinnitus
Matthew has trained with some of the worlds leading experts; the obvious benefits to this are that the techniques Matthew applies are proven methods, with well over a 1000 clinical clients with tinnitus. Matthew uses a multi modular approach that will encompass all possible routes helping you each step of the way to either reduction or complete elimination of tinnitus.
Severe tinnitus is considered to be the 3rd most difficult malady to live with; we fully understand the difficulties you are faced with.
Tinnitus can be experienced in one of the three general locations
Central (the head)
Aurium (unilateral – one side)
Binaural (bilateral – both sides)
Tinnitus is heard, stored, and evaluated in the media temporal lobe system of the brain, especially the hippocampal amygdale complex and other parts of the limbic system.
If you have tinnitus that varies in volume throughout the day or is pulsatile, then it is worth trying ginkgo biloba for a few months, it can take some time to “kick in”. There is no actual evidence to support ginkgo biloba works, but may people have experienced good results.
I would recommend you have a look at the British Tinnitus Association website as they offer valuable information with may help.
Membership is £5 and this includes a quarterly publication called ‘Quiet’.
British Tinnitus Association
4th floor white building,
Tel: 0800 018 0527
Most people have experienced tinnitus at least once in their life. Most cases are mild and temporary but there are people who have severe cases that last for months or years. Others may experience periodic episodes of tinnitus. Use the information in this article to put an end to your tinnitus.
Figure out what issues are bothering you, and your tinnitus will get much less annoying. The more stressed out you are, the higher your blood pressure will be, and, therefore, the louder the whooshing in your ears. Try to let the small stuff go and work on a solution for the bigger problems, so you can relax a bit and let the sound in your ears go away.
Visit a hearing specialist. Your primary doctor should be able to refer you to a doctor who specializes in the ear and hearing. This medical professional will give you more information about what is physically happening and how you might be able to treat the tinnitus. It might be as simple as removing wax buildup, for example.
It is vitally important to let your family doctor know if you’re taking any supplements, especially if you’re on any prescription drugs. The interaction between supplement and prescription can actually bring on the symptoms of tinnitus, so give your doctor a list of any vitamins, herbs, or homeopathics you’re taking.
There are many medications that can contribute to the condition known as tinnitus, or ringing in the ears. Some of these include certain antibiotics and the overuse of aspirin, among others. If you hear noises in your head or ears, see your doctor to find out if any medications you are taking could be the cause.
For relief of your tinnitus, you should try to reduce the amount of caffeine and salt that you consume, or eliminate it altogether. Salt will increase and elevate blood pressure levels and caffeine will stimulate an increase in heart rate. Both of which can increase the tinnitus levels and cause you discomfort.
Tinnitus is nothing to get extremely worried about, but it can have an effect on your lives or be caused by something more serious. In most people, it can be removed by simply waiting for the sounds to vanish after a few minutes. If that doesn’t work for you, there are some great tips and bits of advice listed throughout the article below.
Multiple studies have shown that elevated levels of blood fats may cause serious and permanent inner-ear malfunction that is accompanied by ringing in the ears. Follow a diet plan that is low in fat; avoid fatty meats, cheeses, fried snacks, and over-processed baked goods. It is not enough to simply avoid trans fats; to protect the health of your ears, you should limit consumption of all kinds of fats.
If your child complains of strange noises in his head or ears, it could be caused by excess buildup of wax in the ears causing tinnitus. Do not attempt to remove it yourself, but instead, seek your pediatrician’s advice and let the doctor remove the wax in his office. The noises should go away.
Coping with tinnitus can be made easier by cutting back on your smoking or no longer lounging in areas where others smoke. The smoke lowers the blood-flow through the ear and has been known to be a common cause of tinnitus. Try to reduce your inhalation gradually and the problem may cease.
Make sure there are people in your life who know and understand that you are dealing with tinnitus. Since it is an invisible condition, it can be difficult for people in general to comprehend why life can be such a challenge for you at times. Having people close to you who “get it” can make all the difference in helping you to cope day to day.
Things you might want to consider along Hypnotherapy could be: the herb ginkgo, zinc supplements, or lipoflavonoid. Be sure to check with your doctor though before taking a variety of supplements.
The symptoms of tinnitus can often be brought on by feelings of anxiety or stress. These are normal problems in daily life, but if they get out of control you may experience ear noises as a result.
Many people believe they are suffering from tinnitus when it is actually something entirely different. Many other things are known to cause similar symptoms in your eardrum, and it’s not necessarily a sign of tinnitus.
As explained above, most people have experienced tinnitus at one time or another in their life. Unfortunately there are others who have more severe cases of tinnitus that don’t go away or that interfere with their quality of life.
Feel free to contact Matthew for addition information; alternatively you can book a free initial consultation.
Call 07968178020 or Book an appointment with Matthew using the contact from below.