While a cure does not exist for constant ringing in the ears, also known as chronic tinnitus, there are ways to reduce the symptoms, such as cutting back on caffeine, alcohol and tobacco products, according to WebMD. Exe... More »

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Treatments for tinnitus, or a ringing in the ears, include identifying the underlying cause, suppressing the noise and taking medications, says Mayo Clinic. Doctors also suggest avoiding irritants that worsen the noise, ... More »

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Ringing in the ears, otherwise known as tinnitus, most commonly occurs due to old age, nerve damage and frequent exposure to loud noises, according to WebMD. Tinnitus can also be caused by ear infections, thyroid disease... More »

To treat tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, naturally, avoid alcohol and beverages with caffeine, quit smoking, minimize aspirin intake and exercise daily, according to WebMD. Perform meditation, biofeedback and other rel... More »

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Natural treatments for tinnitus include avoiding smoking, reducing alcohol and caffeine consumption, and minimizing the intake of aspirin, ibuprofen and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, according to WebMD. It ... More »

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Holistic treatments for tinnitus include cutting back on tobacco products, alcohol, caffeine, aspirin and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, states WebMD. These treatments work to improve blood flow to ear structures.... More »

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While it is not possible to cure tinnitus naturally and permanently, WebMD suggests several natural home treatments that may reduce its annoying symptoms, including refraining from alcohol, caffeine, tobacco and NSAIDs, ... More »

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