The good news is that there is a cure for Tinnitus and you can stop your ears from ringing but the bad news is there is no such thing as a cure all when it comes to Tinnitus. Basically the treatment for this hearing problem can be from a wide range of problems so to figure out the Tinnitus cure you need to figure out how it started in the first place. Throughout this article I will outline a number of causes of Tinnitus and what can be done for them.
1. Ear Infections Can Cause Tinnitus - The first thing you should do in all cases related to ringing in your ears is to seek out a medical professional who will be able to run a bunch of simple tests to see if there is a scientific reason behind the Tinnitus. A lot of the time the ability to stop the ringing in your ears can be as simple as taking an antibiotic for a short period of time and that will hopefully solve your ear ringing problem. It should be noted that all antibiotics have to be taken for the entire time that they are prescribed for as if you stop taking the medication to soon the infection can roar back to life and your back at stage one.
2. Loud Noises Can Cause Tinnitus - There is a good reason why your mom and dad were always harping at you to turn your music down as sustained loud noise can cause permanent damage to your hearing. The strong vibration from the music or loud machinery can damage the microscopic nerves in your ears which in turn leads to Tinnitus aka that annoying ringing in your ears. If the Tinnitus was caused from a loud concert your ears should recover and you will be able to stop the ringing in your ears but if the damage was caused from a long time loud noise than you may need to look at surgery or another highly painful medical procedure.
3. Meniere's disease - Is a rare disorder that causes the person trouble with balance, vertigo and Tinnitus. Meniere's Disease is caused by an abnormal pressure increase in your ear which causes an increase of fluid buildup. Depending on the stage that Meniere's disease is discovered will dictate on how effective the treatment is going to be. For some people a simple solution is to greatly reduce the sodium that is in their diet which goes a long way. Unfortunately Meniere's disease if not treated can lead to the permanent loss of hearing in one or both ears. Again another great reason to start your quest to stop your ears from ringing at the doctors office.