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One of the more common causes of the treatable condition tinnitus is damage to the cells in the inner ear, according to Mayo Clinic. Certain injuries or other health conditions can also cause tinnitus, and removing exces... More »

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Vinpocetine, derived from periwinkle flowers, is a natural remedy for tinnitus. Biofeedback therapy treats tinnitus without drugs, and gingko biloba is touted as a natural tinnitus remedy, but it is probably no more effe... More »

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An individual can treat ringing in the ears, also called tinnitus, at home by avoiding loud noises. Loud noises cause or worsen tinnitus. An individual can wear protective earmuffs or earplugs if the source of the loud n... More »

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Ménière's disease is an inner ear condition marked by vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus and a fullness sensation in the ear, according to the American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery. This disease is also c... More »

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Some causes of tinnitus are prolonged exposure to loud noises, the aging process, conditions such as earwax blockage and ear bone changes, illnesses such as Ménière's disease, and some medications, according to Mayo Clin... More »

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Meniere’s disease is a chronic inner ear condition that causes episodic vertigo and a feeling of pressure in the ear, according to Mayo Clinic. The condition often triggers ringing in the ears, known as tinnitus, and per... More »

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Treatment of tinnitus involves managing an underlying condition and may include earwax removal, treating a blood vessel condition and changing medications that can cause the disorder, according to Mayo Clinic. Noise supp... More »

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