Ringing In The Ears Remedy - To Stop Ringing Ears Don't Allow These Foods In Your Mouth!
Looking for a remedy for ringing in the ears? Well, one place you can start is with your diet. By simply avoiding certain foods and drinks you can go a long way to preventing ringing ears. Here you'll discover the foods and drinks to avoid to help stop tinnitus.
If you have ringing in the ears -- tinnitus -- then you know how bad things can be. And you probably know that a complete cure for ears ringing is very hard to come by. They say that only about 3 to 5 percent of folks ever get full relief from their tinnitus.
Ringing in the Ears Remedies Using Mainstream Treatments
Most folks with ringing ears go to their physician. They will recommend conventional treatment like drug-based medications, maskers, hearing aids, electrical stimulation, feedback therapy, and so on. But, as we've seen there is a very low success rate.
Alternative Ringing in the Ears Remedies
So more and more people are using alternative treatments including remedies such as herbal, homeopathic, vitamins, acupuncture, etc. But an important issue is your diet. There are certain foods and drinks that could have the ability to trigger tinnitus, according to some studies.
A Natural Ringing in the Ears Remedy - Foods and Drinks to Avoid
The foods that you should think hard about avoiding as part of a natural ringing in the ears remedy are; alcoholic drinks made from grains, red wine, chocolate candies, chocolate, cheeses, over-ripe bananas, MSG, soy and all soy products, citrus fruits, and avocados. Plus, avoid or reduce your consumption of caffeine and alcohol overall.
Now, a word about artificial sweeteners. Most of these contain an ingredient called 'aspartame.' Some people believe that this can cause tinnitus, but I think the jury is still out on this one. On a broader note, there are many people who believe that it also causes many serious health issues, although there is no proof either way. I just bring this one up as one 'food' you might want to avoid too.
Your diet is just one underlying issue that can cause the ringing in your ears. There are others such as; stress, inner ear infections, compacted ear wax, sinus allergies, noise damage, meniere's disease, otosclerosis, blocked eustachian tube, high blood pressure, some drug therapy, and the list goes on.
This is why, in order to increase your chances of success considerable, it is better to take a more wide-ranging approach to a remedy for tinnitus...
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can shingles be caused by the hand foot mouth disease virus?
I contracted hand foot and mouth disease from my kids and younger sister (sore throat, body aches, head ache and then some slight spots inside my mouth and a couple on my hands and feet). I'm over the symptom-y bit and the spots are pretty much faded, but a couple days ago I felt a tingling on my forehead and discovered some fluid-filled bumps showing up. There is now a big cluster of them about the size of a quarter or a bit larger. The next day I noticed a lump in front of my ear which I take to be a swollen lymph node. I've been looking up rashes and bites and have come to the conclusion that I most likely have shingles. I am wondering if the shingles is related to the hand foot and mouth disease (specifically if it could be caused by the same virus), of if it is just an unlucky coincidence.
Do any of you medically knowledgeable people know the deal? Thanks!
two completely different things. shingles is caused by the chicken pox virus lying dormant in your system. i would say, unlucky coincidence. best of luck to you
Are blood blisters, bruises and shingles an indication of a relapse for Hodgkin's Lymphoma?
I saw my oncologist this afternoon because on Saturday night an urgent care doctor diagnosed me with an acute case of shingles. She said the shingles were caused by my weakened autoimmune system. She sort of freaked me out because she had this look on her face that seemed like she was worried or something. She seemed to be concerned about these bruises I have, but I always have bruises because I'm a dancer and an athlete. I get bruises all the time!
Now it's like 1 in the morning and I woke up because my mouth was throbbing and I was horrified to see that my mouth was filled with blood blisters. I've never had them before. There's like 13 of them, and my mouth throbbing.
I've been totally fine otherwise. I had pneumonia earlier this year, and a few little sinus infections and the like, but nothing seriously wrong. I've lost some weight, but I'm dancer and this is competition season, so that's normal.
I know I just have to be patient and wait for the results, but it's 1:20 in the morning and I'm in total agony and now kind of concerned. Does it sound like I'm relapsing?
I've been NED for HLIIIB for 11 months now.
I asked a question about shingles the other day from my main account because YA was glitching and it wouldn't post here. I just don't want my contacts to read about this issue.
What do I do for the blood blisters? They HURT.
AD - I read the symptoms for leukemia. I do have some of them, but there are other explanations for each one. I do have flu-like symptoms, but that's just a part of having shingles. My gums aren't really bleeding. I just have blood blisters on the inside of my cheeks. I don't think that counts as a symptom.
I am freaked out that they keep coming. They're like all over my mouth now. I didn't even eat anything that causes them! I've done exactly what I was told to do for the shingles. Except for sleeping. I'm scared to sleep now because I toss and turn so much I'm afraid I could accidentally pop one and cause an infection. I just know that I don't have leukemia. I don't even think I could be relapsing with HL already. It's only been 11 months. I just don't think that would happen to me.
Thank you for the information, though. At least now I'm aware of AML's symptoms.
Update: It's 3 in the afternoon now, and my oncologist called my dad and we're going back in at 4 for more tests. They just want to run a few more things. I still have no real answers as to what's going on.
Thanks for your answers, though. : )
Hopefully you have just been pushing yourself a bit hard and this has triggered the shingles.
The blood blisters in your mouth could be a variation on the shingles.
Try gargling with warm water with salt and bicarb dissolved in it. This should calm them down so you can sleep.
Not a lot you can do until you see can see your Dr again tomorrow, unless it is bad enough to go to emergency tonight.
Hugs & good luck! You don't deserve this after all you have already been through.
What is causing my tongue to be swollen?
I had the shingles back in December....my tongue was swollen then. I was given a steroid and z-pack for all of it. The shingles have disappeared, but my tongue is still swollen... It is really hard to talk for an extended period of time and to read to my kids. My mouth gets really tired. Is there anything I can do at home to help this or do I need to go back to the doctor?
call your pharmacist and ask him the side effects of z-pack and your steriod. you could be allergic to them.