Tinnitus is when a person hears sounds in the ear that aren't actually present. There can be ringing, buzzing, whooshing, cracking and popping. Tinnitus sometimes comes with vertigo and can be associated with Menieres disease.
It is recommended to seek the help of a licensed Homeopath to prescribed appropriately but in an acute case, you may find some of the following remedies helpful.
This is a great remedy for tinnitus where there is an excessive build up or discharge of mucous in the nose and throat area. Popping and crackling noises in the ear are typical of this remedy and the crackling noises get worse when swallowing.
This remedy is used to treat tinnitus that develops as a result of Meniere’s disease. There are three symptoms that include noises in the ear, hearing loss, and vertigo. The sounds are low in tone and almost constant. Vertigo gets worse when sitting up or rising and it's better when lying down.
This is used to treat tinnitus where there are sudden spells of vertigo. The person may be able to hear high pitched sounds but be deaf to human sounds. The noises in the ear in these cases are mainly buzzing, ringing or roaring in nature. Tinnitus synchronous with heartbeats is another feature indicating the need for this medicine.
This remedy is used to treat tinnitus when the symptoms are worse with movement of the head and jaw. The noises in the ear are usually hissing, buzzing, whistling or roaring. There may be cracking sounds in the ears too. A "clogged" ear or and dryness could also indicate a need for this remedy.
This remedy is used when tinnitus has intense and various kinds of ringing, roaring, and buzzing. Vertigo and a worsening of hearing could also indicate the need for this remedy. In some cases, a severe headache may be present. Chininum Sulph is also used as an effective homeopathic remedy for Meniere’s disease.
If you suffer with Tinnitus, Menieres disease or vertigo and would like to talk about whether or not Homeopathy could help, please contact Eryn at 705-790-0132 or firstname.lastname@example.org