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Ringing in the ears / Tinnitus

Symptom

Most of us have experienced occasional ringing in our ears (hello, loud concerts!). While noise-related ringing in the ears typically fades quickly, some conditions can cause more prolonged ringing. This symptom is referred to as tinnitus, and it’s been linked to anemia, high blood pressure, hypothyroidism, celiac disease, and more. It may also be a byproduct of biotoxins in the body, as we all know that bacteria, viruses, and mold like to cause problems anywhere and everywhere. Tinnitus doesn’t always sound like ringing—it can sound like hissing, buzzing, or even whooshing. Tinnitus can also cause depression and anxiety, but fortunately, there are treatments that can provide relief from the ringing. Some people find feverfew and gingko to be beneficial, while others experiment with hearing aids and sound therapy.

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