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Tinnitus is a medical term for ringing in the ears. Some causes of tinnitus are believed to be ear infection, growth in the ear, thyroid malfunction, diabetes, allergies, high blood pressure and artery disease.

There are many factors that may lead to tinnitus, but primarily acid and lack of minerals. There are three tiny bones in the ear, most commonly known as the hammeranvil, and stirrup. These are the smallest bones in the body and since acid in the body gradually dissolves bone, hearing can be affected by being too acidic.

These three tiny bones together are called the ossicles. The movement of the ossicles may be stiffened by two muscles. The stapedius muscle, the smallest skeletal muscle in the body, connects to the stapes and is controlled by the facial nerve; the tensor tympani muscle connects to the base of the malleus and is under the control of the trigeminal nerve. These muscles contract in response to loud sounds, thereby reducing the transmission of sound to the inner ear. This is called the acoustic reflex or Tympanic reflex. A lack of minerals could cause the muscles which control sounds in the ears to malfunction.

Suggestions for people suffering from tinnitus are:

1. Avoid loud noises.
2. Use white noise generators.
3. Use ear plugs while swimming and taking a shower.
4. Stop eating sugars, wheat and dairy.

If tinnitus is caused by bone loss, ShopFreeMart Pure Mag Concentrate, D-Cal Boron and Vitalize may help to recalcify the bones. I also recommend that you eat raw Silverbeet or Chard in the case of tinnitus.

Ordinarily, when sound waves in air strike liquid, most of the energy is reflected off the surface of the liquid. The middle ear allows the impedance matching of sound traveling in air to acoustic waves traveling in a system of fluids and membranes in the inner ear. Sodium is the mineral that regulates the fluids in the body and lack of sodium could be the cause of tinnitus. In this case, you may need to increase your intake of natural salt.

Note: I used to have ringing in my ears, but I no longer have that problem.

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