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Right Ear Ringing Means - Here Are 3 Common Causes and How You Can Stop It!
Right Ear Ringing Means

One of the chief questions I get when dealing with tinnitus is how spells ear ringing? It seems like a obvious question, but the answer is often times not so easy to uncover. Tinnitus is a terrible affliction too makes several people to suffer day in and day out, but by knowing how causes it you can then start on to learn how to treat the ringing in your ears. Right Ear Ringing Means

1. One of the main causes of tinnitus is exposure to recreational events such as concerts or the shooting range. Any loud and sudden noises that you would experience at either one of these venues could cause tinnitus, and as a result you need to be aware of this. If you are going to be doing any of these activities you need to take special care to protect your ears from damage.

2. Another reason could be exposure to factory settings, or a job where you are around loud and heavy machinery. I know many employees of large hardware stores have complained and wanted to know what causes ear ringing. Tragically this is a job for some people which means you cannot just quit and seek medical attention. Fortunately some natural cures exist that will save you your job, time, and money. Right Ear Ringing Means

3. The third reason you may have tinnitus or ear ringing is due to increased levels of stress or anxiety. It is not uncommon at all to experience these symptoms when dealing with high pressure situations or dramatic events. The best thing that you can do is to perform an activity such as golf or a spa bath that you can enjoy and get rid of some stress. When asking the questions what causes ear ringing there are many answers, and these are just some of the more common ones.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    How can I stop ears ringing?
    How can I stop ringing ears? I want to know how to stop ringing in ears or how to clear tinnitus.

    • ANSWER:
      You can get how to stop ears ringing here.
      http://www.cure-tinnitustoday.info/articles/cures-tinnitus/tips-to-help-you-to-stop-tinnitus

  2. QUESTION:
    how to stop ringing in the ears?
    I'm 29 and have serious problem with my ears. I feel like there are bees inside my ears. it's very irritating. I want to know how to stop this ringing in the ears. Anybody can help me?

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  3. QUESTION:
    What is the best or fastest way to stop ringing in your ears? Stopping the loud music effect?
    I was at the rock show this weekend. Loved the bands it was a great show. Being close was awsome, but it left another lasting effect on me that I don't want. So any one know how to stop the loud music effect? My ears keep ringing.

    • ANSWER:
      What you're hearing is the difference between the sound level then and the sound level now. The receptors in the inner ear canal are still attuned to the onslaught they took at the concert. There is no "quick" remedy, as it takes time to compensate. Next time, buy a couple of the earplugs you can get in a decent music store that will cut the sound by at least 10dB. You'll still be able to hear the music fine, you just won't get blasted and have ringing in your ears.

  4. QUESTION:
    How do I stop my ears from ringing?
    I was in a club last night and my ears haven't stopped ringing yet. I'm pretty new to partying and I never expose myself to other loud noises.
    I'm sure I don't have tinnitus or anything serious.
    Does anyone know of any simple home remedies?
    Or has anybody had a similar experience. If so, how long did it last?

    • ANSWER:
      It will probably stop in a few days. However, repeated exposure to noise in which you experience ringing in your ears afterwards can lead to hearing loss. The ringing in your ears is your body telling you the noise you were in was tooooo loud. Wear ear protection to the clubs, mowing the lawn, target shooting etc. It is not worth it.

  5. QUESTION:
    Is there anything i can do to get my ears to stop ringing ?
    Both my parents had their ears ringing permanently, but that started in their 30s, I'm 17. It stated on Thursday, and hasn't let up since then. Is there anything I can do to make it stop, or at least lessen ?

    • ANSWER:
      A ringing in the ears is commonly suggestive of elevated blood pressure. Your blood pressure fluctuates constantly in response to the demands of the body, and it is normal to have a ringing in the ears occasionally.

      However, if the ringing has been consistent and if it lasts for more than a couple of days, you should tell your doctor because it can be a sign of heart disease/defect or several other more serious problems. I would ask your parents though, high blood pressure can be hereditary and they probably know the source of their "ringing" so you might want to find out from them.

  6. QUESTION:
    When will my ears stop ringing?
    I went to a concert over a week ago and my ears have been ringing ever since. I've been to concerts before but usually my ears recover in just a couple days. Will my ears ever stop ringing? Is there anything I can do to help them "heal"?

    • ANSWER:
      If they've been ringing for this long I'd advise you go to the doctor to make sure you don't have permanent damage.

  7. QUESTION:
    How can I get both of my ears to stop ringing?
    Please help.

    My ears started ringing sometime in 2009 and it won't stop! I haven't gone to a doctor yet. I thought it would have gone away by now but it hasn't. What can I do?

    I have cleaned the wax out of my ears but it doesn't stop it. Can someone give me answers?

    • ANSWER:
      What you have is called tinnitus. Relief depends on the cause. Sometimes it's medicine related, like taking too much aspirin. Often, no cause can be found and you have to wear devices on your ears that match the sound so that you don't notice it. For more information, try the link below. (Mayo clinic)

  8. QUESTION:
    how to stop ringing in the ear?
    this is for a friend of mine. she is 38 y.o. she always feel there's buzz and a ringing in her ears. some of my friend call it tinnitus. i wonder how to stop ear from ringing. anybody know how to? thank you before :)

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  9. QUESTION:
    How can I make the ringing in my ears stop?
    5 months ago for some reason I put a little toy gun to my head it was already pretty loud but I had it directly on my ear and the noise made my ears ring and they've been ringing ever sense it's called tinnitus I know that and I'm going to an ear specialist very soon but I need some remedy or way to make the ringing stop now I can't sleep at night and the ringing is driving me Insane please help

    • ANSWER:
      If the ringing has persisted that long then, yes, you should see a ENT specialist. You may also want to try Murine ear drops available over the counter in some stores. Muring stopped my tinnnitus once. The tinnitus never came back. I guess I was lucky. It can get really annoying after a while.

  10. QUESTION:
    How do I get my ears to stop ringing?
    okay so last night i went to a concert, and some guy screamed in my right ear
    this morning my left ears totally normal, but my right ear keeps ringing... i can still hear out of it, but it's pretty annoying... is there anything i can do? and if not, how long do i have to wait this out?

    • ANSWER:
      It tends to last about 15hrs, but gets better. This is basically because ringing ears are due to a certain level of permanent damage to your ears. You can't make it go away simply, but if make sure you're not in complete silence - when you're going to sleep, like perhaps put on the radio or put quiet soft music, youll find it easier to sleep til it wears of, conversation in the day usually drowns it out, try avoiding loud noise for a while :)

  11. QUESTION:
    how long does it take for your ears to stop ringing?
    yesterday i shot a 44 magnum pistol out in the woods. i took out my ear protection (yes i know that was a stupid idea) when i shoot a 12 gauge my ears only ring for a few minutes. this was yesterday and my ears are still ringing! how long should it take and are there any techniques to make it stop faster?

    • ANSWER:
      You might try a remedy that sounds wierd, but... it might work.
      Use your hair dryer, on mild heat, and let it blow in your ear.
      The warmth will ease the discomfort and the ear ringing will leave
      with time. This also works for pain with ear infections.

  12. QUESTION:
    why wont my ears stop ringing ?
    ive had a cold for three weeks now and for a whole week now my ears have been ringing. They either ring or they are blocked and i can hardly hear. Its frustrating and i dont feel like i need to go to the doctor im just sick of it. Im trying to write an essay for uni and i cant concentrate because i need silence to study and the problem is in my ears !! Is it worth going to the doctor or should i just ride it out ?

    • ANSWER:
      Since this came about in connection with a cold, I think a doctor visit is advisable. You have tinnitis, which sometimes comes and goes without reason. But sometimes there is a reason and it should be looked into.

  13. QUESTION:
    How to stop ringing in my ears?
    my left ear wont stop ringing, this has happened to me multiple times ago but only for like a minute or less. but it wont stop ringing for hours! what to do??? but like instantly that helps! i tried drinking water, cleaning my ears, and ignoring it till it goes away already! HELP

    • ANSWER:
      put in in silent mode

      trolololol

  14. QUESTION:
    How to stop ringing in ears?
    I have had ringing in my ears for about a week straight what can I do? I'm gonna loose it. Now I'm prone to ear infections for some reason and I don't even swim I'm going crazy with my ears please any help would be much appreciated

    • ANSWER:
      Sounds like tinnitus , i would consult before getting permanent damage .

      In wiki :
      Subjective tinnitus can have many possible causes, but most commonly results from otologic disorders – the same conditions that cause hearing loss.

      Just encase go see your doctor .

  15. QUESTION:
    how long for ears to stop ringing after a concert?
    Good afternoon, all.

    When I was younger (in my teens), I used to go to concerts and shows all the time. They were often incredibly loud (which was great, I'm not complaining). I would sometimes wake up the next morning with my ears "ringing" but I didn't care because I was just an idiot kid, and it would usually go away by the second day thereafter. At its worst, I would have some residual effects by the end of the 2nd day after, but never by the third.

    I'm now 27. I went to a show this past Friday, and was right near the speaker. When I went to bed later Friday night, and woke up Sat morning, my left ear was ringing terribly, and I couldn't hear out of it very well. Unlike 10 years ago, it hasn't seemed to get better quickly - now 3 days later, it's still sort of buzzing out of that ear.

    Anyone with medical knowledge want to hazard a guess as to whether this will get better? If so, how long will it take? And is there anything I can do about it?

    • ANSWER:
      >First Off< Let me say that I am not a doctor, I didn't/don't play one on T.V., nor did I stay at a Holiday Inn last night.

      Having gotten that off of my chest, let me just inform you that you are doing >SERIOUS< & >PERMANENT< damage to your hearing.

      The "Ringing" you are experiencing is called Tinnitus. It is a result of the damage you are doing/have done to your inner ear.

      It results in a loss of some or most of the frequencies in the range of human hearing......(IE: You go deaf!)

      If you Ever want to be able to hear >Anything< within a few years (YES! I'm SERIOUS!) Start wearing hearing protection, or avoid ANYTHING that has sound levels of 80dB or more.

      The damage you do when you expose your inner ear to sound pressure levels of 80dB+ is BOTH damaging, AND cumulative (It "Adds" up & NEVER goes away!).

      Go see an "Ear,Nose, and Throat" Doctor or an Audiologist, and see if you have a chance to save your hearing......

      And "Grow up", Loud Music is cool!......Being deaf because of it ISN'T! You're not 15 anymore......

      T.S.

  16. QUESTION:
    How to stop ringing in your ears immediately?
    There's a ringing in my ears from something called Tinnitus and I need to know how to stop it for the short term effect.

    • ANSWER:
      i wish i knew my ears have been ringing non stop for 35 years. if you find a cure let me and other suffers know.

  17. QUESTION:
    How do you stop ringing in your ears?
    I went to a concert on Thursday, and i happened to get shoved all the way over by the speakers. By the end of the night i could barely hear and my ear is ringing non stop. My hearing is slightly coming back, but the ringing still has not stopped. Sometimes it feels like my ear is going to pop like when your driving up a hill, but it doesn't. I hate this feeling and the ringing is getting really annoying. Please help me...It's only my left ear by the way.

    • ANSWER:
      If it doesn't go away by it's self in a few days (it should) go to an audiologist.

  18. QUESTION:
    What is a good way to get your ears to stop ringing?
    i just had something really loud pop in my ear and its been ringing for 20 minutes and its still hard to hear. how do i get this to go away?

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  19. QUESTION:
    How To Stop Ringing In Ears?
    is there any way to stop the ringing in the ears? because this is very annoying and I have a lot to do medicine, but until now has not stopped ringing in the ears

    • ANSWER:
      There,my friend is OK now, he shared his health experience to some friends as well ...

  20. QUESTION:
    My ears wont stop ringing?
    two months ago i went to a party and my ear rang for 6 days after and stop completely. I went to a club tonight and now my ears are ringing louder than ever!!!! will my ears stop ringing again?? I DID put toilet paper in my ears 30 min into the club because the speakers were really loud. im really nervous...btw i am 18 so i am young so maybe my ears will forgive me again SO SCARED

    • ANSWER:
      You'll be fine. Same thing happened to me the other day (except it was cuz I was blaring music at home). The pain in my ears was unbearable. My ears are always 24/7 ringing slighty literally because I love loud music. This is what I did and it helped Tremendously! :
      1. I put some Ear Drops in each of my ears. (You can buy it for a few bucks on the shelf at Publix, Walmart, etc. No prescription needed).
      2. I took some cotton balls and ripped each in half and put a medium sized peice in each of my ears. (not too small and not too deep). It will be uncomfortable at first but you get used to it. I promise. I actually preferred wearing them longer even after my ears felt better.

      These things should help. If your ears continue to ring loudly for more than 3 days, see a doctor. If you don't have the money, call and ask a doctor in town if there's any other home remedys to help your ears. Keep repeating the steps I gave you till you feel better.

      P.S- Make sure you stay away from loud music, ear-plug headphones, concerts, clubs, any loud places or things untill youre ears feel better.

      Hope I helped :) hope the ringing stops soon :)

  21. QUESTION:
    How can I make my ears stop ringing?
    I just got home from taking my little brother to his first concert (Styx!) and my ringing ear are driving me crazy! He's fine, though. We were in the third row, really close, and there was a lot of really loud, high-pitched music going on for the entire show! I've been to tons of concerts and gotten even closer in the past, but this has never happened to me! I really want to go to sleep but the ringing in my right ear is keeping me up. Is there anything I can do to make it stop? If not, how long do you think this will last?
    I'm 17, if that helps.

    • ANSWER:
      it's because it's so quiet and your ears are adjusting. put on the tv not to loud but a little. you need to hear a little noise and it will stop. or listen to music not to loud, on your ipod. it will work trust me. it happens to me.

  22. QUESTION:
    How can I stop Ringing in My Ears?!?
    I have had a nagging ringing in my ears for years now, and it's been driving me crazy. I have tried natural therapy, a couple of medications, and some other tips but nothing seems to work. How can I stop this ringing in my ears!?

    • ANSWER:
      Hello!
      It's good to hear that someone has the same problem as me! :) Mine went on for a few months, but now im ok. First, try not to get so crazy about the sound. My doctor told me that it's not a problem. It's something similar to how you eyes/ knees sometimes twitch naturally. I also took a hearing test to see if anything was a problem and the results were perfect hearing. So i just waited for a few months and i rarely hear any ringing. I recommend to just wait unless it completely affects your lifee :) good luck!

  23. QUESTION:
    Is there anyway to stop ringing in my ears so I can get a decent amount of work done in the day?
    I honestly can't concentrate with the ringing in my ears, I'm seeing an ENT specialist next week. I've got sedatives to help me sleep but I can't concentrate in the day. It's driving me crazy, I'm in consent pain and nothing works, I feel like I'm going deaf. I struggle to hear people and I'm getting to the end of my rope.

    • ANSWER:
      Try to lay on a bed with only your head hanging off the side. Put your fingers over both ears, like if you were trying to ignore someone. Then move your head side to side a few times slowly. This sounds dumb but i have seen it work!

  24. QUESTION:
    How to stop ringing in your ears? From the disease Meniere?
    I constantly get headaches and feel dizzy but lately I am constantly hearing a ringing in my ears, how do I make it go away?
    I often feel ringing in my ears and want it to stop, I do feel dizzy but the ringing does not go away.

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  25. QUESTION:
    how do u get your ears to stop ringing?
    i just went ot a concert last night and i was told the ringing would go away in the morning but my ears are still ringing. i can still hear other things so its not that bad but its very annoying. thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      It's called Tinnitus.
      Should go away after 48 hours, don't worry.

  26. QUESTION:
    Anyone know anything about how to stop ringing in the ears?
    Anyone know a home remedy for ringing in the ears? I think it's called tendinitis or something like that and it's driving me nuts! I can't go to the doctor till Wednesday! when I get paid.

    • ANSWER:
      It's called tinnitus, and it happens for a variety of reason. With me, it was a side effect to the medication I was on. I told my doctor, he switched my meds and the ringing stopped. In the meantime, if you go to the drugstore, they have drops (I think it's called Ring Away) that you can put in your ears that helps stop the ringing.
      Good luck! I know how much that sucks!

  27. QUESTION:
    Make my ears stop ringing?
    Just got back from a Korn concert, and was in the front row. Is there anyway to make my ears stop ringing?
    It's 11:00 pm and no stores are open.

    • ANSWER:
      Go to Walgreens and get some Quietus.

  28. QUESTION:
    how to make your ears stop ringing?
    ok so i was in my garage and i was shooting my mini spud gun then all of a sudden the back blew off and made a really loud noise so 20 sum odd minutes later my ears are still ringing what should i do

    • ANSWER:
      Answer them. (No only kidding.)

      I had something similar happened to me as a kid when a firecracker blew up near me.

      Most of the time it should go away by the next day. If not, check with your doctor.

  29. QUESTION:
    How can I stop ear ringing? I need to get rid of tinnitus, any ideas?
    I have tinnitus, which we all know is a ringing in the ears. I need to stop ear ringing, because it is really starting to bother me. So, what is the best way that I can naturally cure the ringing in my ears? The faster I can stop ear ringing, the better!

    • ANSWER:
      The best way for you to stop ear ringing is a combination of some simple medicine, combined with all natural cures. I cannot speak for everyone else, but to cure my tinnitus I combined two aleve per day, or the recommended dosage with some simple home remedies.

      However, this alone did not cure my tinnitus. Learning some quality relaxation strategies and home remedies really is the way to go. Here is where I found some great information, and maybe it can help you out as well. http://stop-ear-ringing.blogspot.com. This should help stop the ear ringing, at least it worked well for me.

  30. QUESTION:
    Why won't my ears stop ringing?
    I went to a night club last night for new years eve and of course the music was too loud so i tried to stay farthest away as i can but some part of the night i was intoxicated and sat on the stage and the speakers were also on the stage. you could even hear its vibration but I thought nothing of it. After my friend and I went to the washroom, i noticed that i could barely hear and my ears were ringing. I thought well we still are in the club ,.. maybe there's some kind of after effect. So we left the club an hour later after than and it was still going on and I still thought it was an after effect and I wake up this morning and the same thing is happening. I feel kind of weird because now its 3:00 and its still happening? I read about titanus but have anyone ever experienced a half a day worth of ear ringing?? and did it go away?

    • ANSWER:
      It should go away however I would recommend you be more careful in the future as to avoid permanent damage. I am a semi active rock and roll musician and I generally take a sheet of tp and tear it in half. I then fold up each of the halves and put one in each ear. This takes a lot of the shock and the excessive high frequencies out without making you feel like you are in a tank or unable to hear your neighbor. Use a whole sheet of tp if you are using the "industrial" type.

  31. QUESTION:
    will my ears stop ringing anytime soon?
    i went to a concert last night. i was right next to the speaker. i also have a cold and my ears fee clogged on and off all the time. by the time the show was over i could barley hear but after a few minutes my right ear was fine but my left ear was ringing and it feels stuffy. does this mean i am going to go deaf soon, will it go away in a few days, or should i go to a doctor. im kinda worried please help me =)

    • ANSWER:
      Loud concerts can cause ear ringing for the next 24 hours after event. Since you have seen this for several days, yes you should see a doctor to check out your ears. If they say all is ok, I would recommend that you bring some ear plugs with you to future concerts you attend.

  32. QUESTION:
    How do you stop ringing in your ears (Tinnitus)?
    Had a few too many drinks and we ended up right by the speakers last night in the club. I was too drunk to care then, I suppose, but now I'm half deaf and my ears are ringing.

    Is there a quick "fix", or will it just have to go away on its own? Any advice appreciated.

    • ANSWER:
      I don't know of any quick "fix" for tinnitus, (I would know, I've had it constantly for about 2 years now) It will just have to go away on it's own, but if it persists for a while, then I would suggest going to an ENT.

      God Bless!
      ~Hillary

  33. QUESTION:
    How do i stop ringing in my ears?
    It's a serious question, but i bet all the comedians will like to comment on this, well done.

    • ANSWER:
      I believe you have tinitis, I have this too and it can drive me crazy at times but unfortunately you just have to learn to live with it. For me it's worse when I am alone or in a quiet room, and sometimes when I go to bed at night. I wish there was something to be done about it but I don't think there is. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

  34. QUESTION:
    Easy home-way to stop ears ringing?
    My girlfriend asked me to Ask. She's 46. She says it's usually in the morning, but it's bothering her for the first time tonight.

    Anybody know a quick fix?

    • ANSWER:
      Mineral oil, you can warm it up a little if you want. Just make sure it isn't too hot.

  35. QUESTION:
    Is there a herb that will stop ringing in the ears?
    I think I saw an infor comercial for one.

    • ANSWER:
      Yes. The latin name for it is turnofi telefoni.

  36. QUESTION:
    How to stop ringing in ears incessantly?

    • ANSWER:
      have your ears checked by an EENT specialist. you might have an inner ear infection or meniere's disease. i also have the same problem for years already & the docs can't give a solution to it.

  37. QUESTION:
    How to stop ringing in ears or prevent ?

    • ANSWER:
      Utilize masking noise. Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) is usually more bothersome when the surroundings are quiet, especially when you are in bed. A competing sound such as a ticking clock, a radio, a fan or white noise machine may help mask tinnitus. Small hearing aid like devices which generate a competitive sound may help reduce the awareness of the tinnitus. You may combine such maskers along with herbal & homeopathic remedies.

      Valium, Xanax and Klonopin are benzodiazepine drugs that many doctors prescribe for tinnitus. These are conventional medications which achieve only limited success in tinnitus relief, and usually their bothersome side effects such as dry mouth, blurred vision, and constipation often discourage use.

      They are addicting to varying degrees and cannot be used continuously for a long period of time. They are helpful in reducing tinnitus symptoms and aid in sleeping. Valium is the most addicting of these and is not used often for this reason.

      Xanax is very popular and is prescribed often for tinnitus. However, the ATA (American Tinnitus Association) report on medications that cause tinnitus lists Xanax as causing it in 6.6% of cases.

      There is actually no cure for tinnitus with the conventional medicine. Actually, since last many years, the onus has been on the herbal industry to provide relief, if any, to tinnitus sufferers.

      Tinnitus is usually due to damage to the microscopic ends of the hearing nerve in the inner ear. Perfect hearing is possible only if these nerves remain healthy and any damage to these nerves results in tinnitus or hearing impairment.

      Some herbal remedies exist which can be used to support all body systems involved in helping the ear to perform its tasks of clear hearing and balance, as well as the circulatory, cardiovascular, and nervous systems.

      Some of the most common herbs & biochemic tissue salts used are
      • Ginkgo Biloba is excellent for a number of cerebral and circulatory disorders. It is probably the most widely-used herb for tinnitus and many sufferers swear by this natural ingredient.
      • Rosemary dilates and strengthens blood vessels and is an excellent circulation tonic. Rosemary is particularly useful for tinnitus that is caused or worsened by high blood pressure and other circulatory conditions.
      • Avena Sativa is effective in reducing high cholesterol levels which can contribute to circulatory problems which cause tinnitus.
      • Wild Hyssop s also useful in reducing pain and inflammation.
      • Salicylic Ac. (30C) is indicated for tinnitus with loud roaring or ringing sounds, which may be accompanied by deafness or vertigo. This remedy is particularly useful in people whose symptoms began with a bout of flu, Meniere’s disease or long-term use of aspirin.
      • Ferrum phosphoricum (Ferrum phos. D6) is a homeopathic biochemic tissue salt which supports the absorption of iron in the body. The protective myelin sheath which surrounds all nerve tissue needs iron to supply this vital nutrient to the nerve cells it encases. Regular use of Ferrum phos. can help to prevent dizziness, headaches and restlessness and is of great benefit for those who tend to feel irritable, tense and tired.
      • Magnesium phosphate (Mag. phos. D6) well-known as a homeopathic painkiller, Mag. phos. is also of great benefit to the health of the nerves. It acts as a natural anti-spasmodic and a nerve and muscle relaxant and is also frequently recommended for stress headaches.

      Hope all this helps

      Good Luck!

      You may check the source link below for more details on the above

  38. QUESTION:
    how do you stop ringing in your ears?
    I've done the diet, the water pill,is there any home remedy?

    • ANSWER:
      This is a condition called Tinnitus. It can result if you have a blockage, damage to the ear or sensor hairs in the ear. If the sensor hairs are broken, bent or falling out, this will result in this noise. An ear infection or fluid build up can also cause this problem. Flue, allergy, noise, and nutritional deficiency are some of the other factors that can bring this on. The noise is the brain's attempt to rewire itself.

      I am not sure what diet you have done. If you have done everything suggested in this link http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AqPc0OuCIcECj3NqlVpE65zsy6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20090214114159AAld7nV for more than 3 months, then you might need to try include the suggested nutrients in the form of supplements along with the foods suggested or get the advise of a doctor.

      If you go the route of obtaining the supplements, try to acquire supplements that are formulated from natural foods (if you do not know of any, I can assist you in this area) and double the recommended dosage. Continue taking these for at least 3 months.

  39. QUESTION:
    Is there a way to stop ringing in the ears?
    Question says it all. Problem started a few months ago, it went away but has come back (so it's not permanent and I hope it never will be), it's very quiet so only heard in absolute silence. Is there a way to stop the ringing for good?
    My hearing doesn't seem any different

    • ANSWER:
      I have it bad too. Cut back on the caffiene and aspirin, that does help.
      Also the best way to deal with it is to have sound thats slightly louder than the noise. Doesnt matter what the sound is. It really works

  40. QUESTION:
    How do I make my ear stop ringing?
    I went to a friend's rock concert last night and my ear still hasn't stop ringing from the loud music. Is there any way to make the ringing go away or AT LEAST make it lower (in volume, I mean). It's really annoying and I can barely hear it when I'm outside in a busy street. Please help, and thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      Put olive oil in your ears to sooth them after that put a heating pad over yours ears

  41. QUESTION:
    I was suddenly exposed to a very load noise and my ears won't stop ringing. What should I do?
    At work today, a tire exploded in my face and threw me 10 feet through the air and ever since, about 8 hours ago, my ears have been ringing constantly.
    I was looking for an option other than a doctor. I'm not much of a doctor person.

    • ANSWER:
      Definitely seek medical advice especially if the tyre blew in you face. You could have hurt your eardrums.

      Edit: So if you were bleeding to death would you say: im not much of a doctor person, i was looking for an option other than a doctor????

      No you wouldn't so do you like your ears???? If so go to the doctor to have them checked!

  42. QUESTION:
    How can I stop ringing in my ears. I have tried at least 15 types of pills and potions claiming they stop?
    These are some of the products I have tired --Ring Stop --
    Er Long Zuo Ci Wan -- Snake and Dragon-- drinking Aloe Vera --Circuflo---Bio Ear—liquid put in ears---Lipo Flavonoid---
    Drenamin

    Thymex

    • ANSWER:
      its called tinnitus ... you need to see a doctor for a referal to a hearing specialist they can usually resolve the issue

  43. QUESTION:
    Has anybody ever had tinnitus or ringing in the ears for several days/weeks and had it go away? What helped?
    I was taking a certained medication and had my ears start ringing. When I quit taking the medication my ears stopped ringing. Now, maybe 3 months later, they're ringing again and I'm not taking anything! Help!

    • ANSWER:
      Dai-
      Tinnitus can arise in any of the four sections of the ear: the outer ear, the middle ear, the inner ear, and the brain. Some tinnitus or head noise is normal. If one goes into a sound proof booth and normal outside noise is diminished, one becomes aware of these normal sounds. We are usually not aware of these normal body sounds, because outside noise masks them. Anything, such as wax or a foreign body in the external ear, that blocks these background sounds will cause us to be more aware of our own head sounds. Fluid, infection, or disease of the middle ear bones or ear drum (tympanic membrane) can also cause tinnitus.

      One of the most common causes of tinnitus is damage to the microscopic endings of the hearing nerve in the inner ear. Advancing age is generally accompanied by a certain amount of hearing nerve impairment, and consequently tinnitus. Today, loud noise exposure is a very common cause of tinnitus, and it often damages hearing as well. Unfortunately, many people are unconcerned about the harmful effects of excessively loud noise, firearms, and high intensity music. Some medications (for example, aspirin) and other diseases of the inner ear (Meniere's syndrome) can cause tinnitus. Tinnitus can in very rare situations be a symptom of such serious problems as an aneurysm or a brain tumor (acoustic tumor).

      Oral antioxidant therapy in patients with idiopathic tinnitus seems to reduce the subjective discomfort and tinnitus intensity and may be considered as an additional treatment modality.

  44. QUESTION:
    How do i get my ear to stop ringing?
    Yesterday I was shooting a pistol with my did and after I shot it for the first time my ears started ringing. The ringing in the right war when away but it is still ringing in my left. I went to bed hoping that the ringing in my left ear would stop, but I woke up this morning and my left ear is still ringing, and sometimes my right ear will start ringing too. I am also 14 so what do I do?

    • ANSWER:
      The recoil of the gun must have made you tighten up your neck muscles and that coupled with the recoil can lock muscles in place. Your neck muscles go to the top of your head and pass right inside of your ears. When they are tight they can press into the nerves going to your ears to cause pains in them or for you the ringing. To get rid of that you have to free up the muscles in your neck and here's how to free them up:
      Neck
      Put your hands alongside your head so your thumbs are on the front of the muscle under your ear and your fingers are on the back of the muscle behind your neck. Squeeze your thumb and fingers together and hold. Relax your body. When your fingers and thumb touch, about two minutes, slowly lower your head as far as you can, release the pressure but hold your neck lowered for another 30 seconds.
      For best results relax your body first by taking a deep breath and exhaling then remain this relaxed.

  45. QUESTION:
    how can I stop ringing in my ears?
    I have a constent ringing in my ears, is there anything that can be done to make it stop

    • ANSWER:
      Hello,

      Wax buildup in the outer ear, ruptured eardrum, congested Eustachian tubes, some infection, Ménière’s disease, Side effects of certain drugs like sedatives, antidepressants, pain killers etc., Damage caused due to overexposure to loud noise, Elevated cholesterol and triglycerides level, diabetes, head or neck injury etc. are some reasons why humans have tinnitus.

      Valium, Xanax and Klonopin are benzodiazepine drugs that many doctors prescribe for tinnitus. These are conventional medications which achieve only limited success in tinnitus relief, and usually their bothersome side effects such as dry mouth, blurred vision, and constipation often discourage use.

      They are addicting to varying degrees and cannot be used continuously for a long period of time. They are helpful in reducing tinnitus symptoms and aid in sleeping. Valium is the most addicting of these and is not used often for this reason.

      Xanax is very popular and is prescribed often for tinnitus. However, the ATA report on medications that cause tinnitus lists Xanax as causing it in 6.6% of cases.

      Natural and holistic tinnitus remedies can be effective in assisting with the relief of symptoms, as well as addressing the individual’s overall health and well-being.

      Tinnitus herbal remedies can be used to support all body systems involved in helping the ear to perform its tasks of clear hearing and balance, as well as the circulatory, cardiovascular, and nervous systems.

      Some of the most common herbs used are

      • Ginkgo Biloba is excellent for a number of cerebral and circulatory disorders. It is probably the most widely-used herb for tinnitus and many sufferers swear by this natural ingredient.
      • Rosemary dilates and strengthens blood vessels and is an excellent circulation tonic. Rosemary is particularly useful for tinnitus that is caused or worsened by high blood pressure and other circulatory conditions.
      • Avena Sativa is effective in reducing high cholesterol levels which can contribute to circulatory problems which cause tinnitus.
      • Wild Hyssop s also useful in reducing pain and inflammation.
      • Salicylic Ac. is indicated for tinnitus with loud roaring or ringing sounds, which may be accompanied by deafness or vertigo. This remedy is particularly useful in people whose symptoms began with a bout of flu, Meniere’s disease or long-term use of aspirin.

      Hope all this helps

      Good Luck!

  46. QUESTION:
    Will my ears ever stop ringing?
    Today I went to band practice as usual and I always come out with a mild ringing in my ears which usually ends in roughly 1-2 hours. I was going to start wearing earplugs but I forgot. Its been 7 hours now since then and my ears are still ringing a little bit. I'm hoping it will go away once I sleep...INFO PLEASE!

    • ANSWER:
      The technical term for ear ringing is tinnitus. Many, many things can cause it, and it has no "official" duration. Also keep in mind that the more you pay attention to it, the louder and more annoying it'll seem.

  47. QUESTION:
    What can stop ringing in your ears?
    I've tried using Q-Tips I've tried ear-drops,but nothing seems to be working. Is there anything that's safe I could take or put in my ear to help make the ringing stop? I'm 15

    • ANSWER:
      Answer the door to me.

      Seriously, you could have tinnitus which is a medical condition where you perceive sounds inside your ears which the sounds are not orginally from an external sound source.

      Playing loud music on earphones or infection can cause tinnitus. You should seek a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.

  48. QUESTION:
    When will the ringing in my ear stop?
    Last night I went out and shot some gun with some guys at work! I had hear plugs in and one fell out and I didn't know and my buddy shot a 9mm and my ear won't stop ringing, it's be almost 24 hours! Alot of people say it's never gonna go away! Please help!

    • ANSWER:
      You should be VERY careful with your ears when shooting a firearm. I wear earmuff style ear protection which will not fall off and better muffles the sound covering more than just my ears. Sometimes you should wear earplugs and earmuff style protection together. This being said, your hearing should return to normal within the week; its unlikely that unless the gun was right by your ear that you will have permanent damage.

  49. QUESTION:
    How To Stop Ringing In Ears effectively ?

    • ANSWER:
      There are steps that can be done. Avoid places where there is a loud noise, get enough rest, and exercise every day. Can also be caused by diseases such as dental pain and allergies. You better see a doctor immediately to find a solution

  50. QUESTION:
    How do you stop ringing in your ears when you go to sleep?

    • ANSWER:
      You may not be able to stop it at all. I have the same thing, called tinnenitus. Avoid caffeine this may help.


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