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11 Unconventional Remedies That Cure Ringing Ears Fast

If your ear ringing has left you with sleepless nights and constant anxiety during the day, then read ahead to consider a new approach to treatment.

This combination of treatments for ringing ears can not only get rid of those constant sounds…

…but will also boost your body’s vitality, your mind’s sharpness, and your immune system’s fighting power!

Try these easy, powerful treatments to get rid of ringing in the ears.

  1. Ginkgo biloba extract – This natural supplement can improve blood circulation in the body, protect against cell damage, and can also help with memory and concentration. You can take this supplement in the form of a pill or as a powder. If you take ginkgo biloba as a powder, you can make curing your tinnitus a treat with this delicious smoothie.

    Here are some basic instructions:

    + Chop up some of your favorite fruits. Fruits that work well in smoothies include apples, pears, melon, berries (blueberries, strawberries, blackberries), bananas, and oranges.
    + Then add two handfuls of spinach.
    + Mix in a splash of almond milk.
    + Add a pinch of ginkgo biloba powder as recommended and blend thoroughly.
    Click here for 5 tinnitus fighting smoothie recipes.

  2. Vitamins and minerals – The top supplements known to help with ringing ears are zinc, folic acid, melatonin, and vitamin B12. These can be easily found at your local natural or organic health food store. Although homeopathic treatments may not be effective for everyone in treating ear ringing, they are worth trying because the side effects are minimal. Look here for a 3 day tinnitus fighting diet plan.
  3. Reduce caffeine and salt intake – Sodas, coffee, and tea can be decreased or eliminated from the diet to help reduce ringing in the ears. Modifying your consumption of salt can also help reduce symptoms by decreasing your blood pressure. Again, improving blood circulation and blood flow can help those suffering with ringing in the ears.
  4. Reduce or quit smoking – Decreasing or eliminating nicotine can help cure ringing ears as nicotine can reduce blood flow to structures of the ear.
  5. Sound masking machines – These can be a cheap and effective way to change your environment in order to cure ringing ears. They can produce white noise or environmental sounds like wind blowing, dripping water, ocean waves, birds chirping. Although some may be in the form of a small machine, you can also get one to wear in the ear to mask the constant sounds.
  6. Hearing aids – If you have hearing loss in conjunction with tinnitus, your hearing aids can be effective in amplifying your current hearing and reducing the ringing sounds. Sound maskers can also be worn in the ear like a hearing aid device. See your audiologist or healthcare professional for more information and to get fitted for this device.
  7. Tinnitus retraining therapy – A healthcare professional will engage you in learning to change your focus from the nagging tinnitus to other, more neutral sounds. In addition to retraining your ears, you will learn to decrease your negative responses to the ringing sounds.
  8. Hypnosis – Some research shows that hypnosis can help cure ringing ears. When you are hypnotized, you are in a state of increased awareness and concentration. Hypnosis can help reduce stress and anxiety related to the constant ringing in the ears. A trained hypnotherapist will work with you on desensitization of the negative emotions related to tinnitus and refocusing away from that pestering noise.
  9. Acupuncture – Small needles inserted into different parts of the body can release toxins and reduce stress. This ancient technique has been found to reduce symptoms in some sufferers.
  10. Music therapy –  Playing instrumental music with even loudness has been shown to soothe systems in the body related to emotions and emotional processing which is tied to the negative feelings associated with ringing ears. Additionally, playing music tailored to the frequencies of the individual’s ear ringing can reduce the perceived loudness. Some programs even offer applications for the computer or phone so you can try this treatment at home.
  11. Support groups – Joining a support group is an effective way to speak to others battling similar problems and share what treatments have worked or have not worked for you. Sometimes, just speaking openly about your ringing ears can help you come to terms with the role it plays in your life. For others, it is an entryway into initiating treatment and starting the journey to find your cure for ear ringing.
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14 Responses to “11 Unconventional Remedies That Cure Ringing Ears Fast”

  1. Gerry Malond says:

    Tinnitus is like hell on earth.Nobody has a clue what it’s like except those who have it.

    • Tami Long says:

      This is true! I have been trying to “live” with it. I found that cannibas is the only thing that has helped me by reverting my attention away from the noise in my head. I will go get ginkgo today and try that as well. Some days I can “live” with it and other days like today it just debilitates me completely. It is a difficult disability to handle and even harder to explain to anyone that does not “live” with it. : (

      • james says:

        Dear Tami,I recently developed tinnitus about three months ago.since getting it i have spent countless hours online researching possible cures,or ways to reduce the ringing in my brain.It has taking over my life and i am trying to get it back.i’m very curios on any relief and seen your post on cannibas as a potential relief to this.What do you suggest.Are you taking it edibley or smoking.I unfortunatly live in a state that does not allow use even medically.I am considering visiting, or downright moving to colorado if it helps me deal with this nitemare.Also i am curius if a certain strain seems to be better than another.If you have any suggestions please let me no. Thank you

    • Ada Berezina says:

      Thank you for posting, everybody! I appreciate you sharing your experiences. Hopefully, you have found something that helps you.

    • David says:

      Starting experiencing Tinnitus a few months ago, it’s not fun at all.

  2. Rjames says:

    I had a cold and that and my ears went blocked and now in one ear its ringing and will not stop the doc keep saying to me it get better and that and its not wot can I do about it ???

    • Ada Berezina says:

      Hi, and thanks for commenting! There are many ideas to try to help with ear ringing symptoms. You could try some medicines that you can buy over the counter or online but they do not work for everyone. Natural solutions can sometimes work as well or methods to reduce how the ringing impacts you such as yoga or meditation. I just posted an article about ideas for homemade treatments here. I hope you find something that helps you!

  3. Maureen says:

    I appreciate your website. It seems to have lots of helpful suggestions. I have had tinnitus since the 1980’s and it now seems to be progressively worse. I am 73 years old, and find that I now wake up hearing the ringing (tinny noise) and it never ceases. I am going to try several methods especially the essential oils as I have used them in the past with great success. Gingko is another supplement I will probably take.
    Thank you for this website. Anything that I can do to at least lessen this noise would be wonderful.

    • Ada Berezina says:

      Thank you so much for your comment! I hope you are able to find something that works for you. I will keep looking for and evaluating the various solutions that help others with ringing in the ears. Many people have been able to find relief with some of the methods and I hope the same for you. Keep us posted on what has worked for you. Wishing you the best!

      • Maureen says:

        What a coincidence – my name is Maureen, and I have been living with ringing in my ears for decades, like you. Luckily, until recently, I only noticed it when I thought about/listened for it. Lately, though, it has become more noticeable and I’d heard helichrysum helped so I got some. I’ll definitely try some of the other oils, and maybe combine them, too. I’m wondering, when not related to colds, what causes long-term tinnitus? And what is it about the EOs (or other suggested substances) that eases it? Thanks!

    • James says:

      Maureen, what type oils are you referring to? I have had tinnitus for3 years and have found nothing that helps. Any information is greatly appreciated. Good luck with your tinnitus. Thanks, James

  4. Ron R Robles says:

    A neighbor of mine is from Mexico, and they use real snake oil over there for ear infections , wondering if it might work for tinnitus .

  5. Karry says:

    Tinnitus is awful… A long time ago when I had it really bad I used to listen to the dial tone of a telephone To drown it out .

  6. Gabrielle Dingle says:

    What disage of ginkgo would be helpful?

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