Tinnitus is a subjective disorder that affects an estimated 50 million adults in the United States with about 12 million of those people seeking medical help for severe tinnitus every year. Tinnitus is frequently diagnosed in the elderly, as it's a common problem related to the hearing loss associated with the aging process. For most people, tinnitus is merely an annoyance and a distraction. However in severe cases, tinnitus can cause people to experience hearing loss and have difficulty concentrating and sleeping. It can also create psychological distress when it interferes with work or relationships.
Tinnitus is characterized by ringing, roaring, buzzing, humming, chirping, whistling, and hissing in the ears in the absence of background noise. It's for this reason that you may be more aware of it at night when you're trying to fall asleep in a quiet room. Tinnitus noise can be intermittent or continuous, and can vary in loudness. In rare cases, the sound beats in sync with your heart. Tinnitus may disappear independently or it can disappear when an underlying problem is successfully treated.
In my May 2012, Your Health Teleclass, I discuss a variety of conditions and illnesses that can cause tinnitus, and share the hidden psychological and metaphysical meanings behind it. I talk about the chakras that are involved and where you'll find the associated energy blockages in the body. I also share a variety of therapies and suggestions that may help provide substantial relief.
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