Understanding the Symptoms of Tinnitus and Finding Relief

It’s not unusual that people take their hearing for granted – until something seems wrong. Noticing a change in your hearing can be scary, especially when you’re unsure what’s causing it.

If you’re hearing faint buzzing sounds from time to time, it may be the first indication you have tinnitus. At Miracle Wands Wellness Center™, occupational and massage therapist, Lyndy Ngu, understands how worrisome symptoms of tinnitus can be. Her innovative miracle wand therapy is effective at treating a variety of conditions, including tinnitus.

Learn more about what causes tinnitus symptoms, and the impact miracle wand therapy can have on your quality of hearing.

The cause and effect of tinnitus

Tinnitus describes hearing loss that relates to an underlying health condition, such as a circulatory problem. You can also develop tinnitus-related hearing problems due to an injury in the outer, inner, or middle ear, or because of the natural aging process.

While tinnitus isn’t painful, its side effects can become increasingly frustrating. Some o the most common sounds you may hear in your ears include:

Initially, these sounds occur at low levels and may not interfere with your normal hearing. However, ringing and humming in the ear can become increasingly loud and begin to reduce your quality of life.

Interestingly, some people have tinnitus but only experience flare-ups on occasion. Whether tinnitus sounds are constant or come and go, you can find relief without invasive treatments.

Typical treatments for tinnitus

Traditional treatment options for tinnitus usually involve using medications, like anti-depressants, or hearing aid devices. However, these treatments may not be convenient, comfortable, or even helpful for relieving tinnitus symptoms.

While you should seek guidance from your primary care provider for addressing issues, like excessive ear wax or circulatory conditions, you can find relief from tinnitus symptoms through miracle wand therapy.

Why miracle wand therapy is so effective for tinnitus

Miracle wand therapy is a holistic practice that incorporates aspects of ancient Chinese medicine and thermotherapy. Each miracle wand is made up of microscopic crystals and gemstones which harness heat energy and transfer it to your body.

This heat is highly effective at optimizing your health at a cellular level and increasing blood circulation throughout your body. As an experienced massage therapist, Lyndy applies the wand to designated pressure points on your body to quickly relieve buzzing, humming, and ringing associated with tinnitus.

Miracle wand therapy is simple and painless. Lyndy also incorporates light massage techniques to alleviate pressure in your ear and help you relax.

Following your treatment, you should also focus on avoiding environmental factors that can worsen your tinnitus, such as being around loud music or noises. You should also get daily exercises to enhance your blood circulation and help you keep stress and blood pressure under control, as excess stress can contribute to tinnitus.

If your tinnitus symptoms are causing you anxiety or making you feel overwhelmed, reach out to a licensed therapist for support and schedule a consultation at Miracle Wands Wellness Center online or by phone to learn about holistic wand therapy.

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