Are you hearing some strange sounds in your ears that nobody else around you are hearing? It can be ringing, clicking, buzzing, or hissing sounds that comes and goes. Or you can be hearing the sounds constantly which can be very irritating and annoying to you. They can be loud or soft, high or low pitch, and they can show up in one ear or both.
This condition of hearing sounds in your ears is called tinnitus. Its not a disease in itself, but rather a symptom of blockages in your ear or the nerves that run through it. According to the National Institutes of Health online publication on the topic of tinnitus, in the past year alone, roughly 25 million USA residents—approximately 10% of the adult population—have experienced tinnitus lasting at least 5 minutes.
Hearing sounds in your ears which is called tinnitus in medical terms is sounds that are not coming from outside, but rather from inside of you. As such, other people cannot hear it, except you. Children can also have tinnitus. For children and adults, tinnitus may improve or even go away over time, but in some cases, it worsens with time. When tinnitus lasts for three months or longer, it is considered chronic. Many people experience tinnitus after being exposed to loud noise in a workplace setting or at a sporting event or concert. Tinnitus is also the most common service-related disability among veterans because of loud noise they may have experienced from gunfire, machinery, bomb blasts, or other similar sources. Tinnitus can be caused due to side effects of taking certain medications, especially if they are taken at high doses. Medications associated with tinnitus include non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (e.g., ibuprofen, naproxen, and aspirin), certain antibiotics, anti-cancer drugs, anti-malaria medications, and antidepressants. Another possible cause of tinnitus is blockage of the ear canal by fluid from an ear infection. Tight jaws, jaw clenching or tooth grinding can also lead to tinnitus as the joint that connects the lower jaw to the skull is close to the ear. Another possible cause of tinnitus is head/neck injury that can damage structures of the ear, including the nerve that carries sound signals to the brain, or areas of the brain that process sound. According to the medical industry, there is no cure for tinnitus. They will only give anti-anxiety drugs and antidepressant drugs which may help make your tinnitus symptoms less bothersome. There is a better way, the natural way. HijamaEnergetics only uses natural healing modalities such as Hijama, herbs, microcurrent therapy and bioenergetic remedies to clear blockages in your ear and brain pathways and get you back to health.
Overcome Ringing in Your Ears with HijamaEnergetics
If you are suffering from tinnitus or ringing in your ears, HijamaEnergetics can help. We only use natural healing modalities such as Hijama, herbs, microcurrent therapy and bioenergetic remedies to clear blockages in your ear and brain pathways and get you back to health.
For tinnitus, there is deficiency in the kidney energy. The ears are the surface opening of the kidneys. By performing Hijama on the kidney channel and clearing blockages there, more kidney energy is produced and able to move through the channel to rejuvenate the kidney points, thereby relieving the ringing of the ears.
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