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Dr Marina Stone is a retired qualified doctor, psycho-therapist and Reiki Master, also a qualified acupuncturist and massage therapist. She carried out extensive research into the causes and treatment of tinnitus before making this therapy available.
What is tinnitus and what causes it? Tinnitus involves the annoying sensation of hearing sound when no external sound is present.
Tinnitus symptoms include these types of phantom noises in your ears:
* RingingThe phantom noise may vary in pitch from a low roar to a high squeal, and you may hear it in one or both ears. In some cases, the sound can be so loud it can interfere with your ability to concentrate or hear actual sound. Tinnitus may be present all the time, or it may come and go.
There are many theories and reasons but whatever triggers tinnitus, the cause is a change to the transmission of the signal going from the cochlea (the hearing organ, or the inner ear) to the part of the brain where sound is processed, known as the auditory cortex.
This means that some of the neurons, or nerve cells, in the auditory cortex do not receive signals as they used to. In some people, these neurons react by developing spontaneous 'chatter', which becomes synchronised to create the illusion of sound. This is called neural synchronisation. Over time, this firing pattern is strengthened and the tinnitus can become a constant sound.
The one thing we know for certain is that our brain is the nerve centre of the body and is an incredible computer-like human organ. Like a computer it transmits and receives signals that determine, for example, which muscles we use for different purposes, how we act and react to different circumstances. But unlike a computer we can't just plug something in and programme it, but there are ways to send it messages and our system of using sound frequency is one of them.
As a practising doctor I had experience of using acoustic therapy to cure certain muscular and post traumatic problems using this modern technology. It was this experience that made me think that this could be a way to treat tinnitus and after some research discovered that this technique was already being used by scientists and specialist all around the world.
It works by sending different frequency signals to the brain which change the patterns causing the sound you hear. These sounds are only in your head, they are not outside noises.
Although I can't guarantee that this therapy will work for you, recent trials have produced positive results, in some cases reducing the intrusive sounds and even stopping them altogether.
The problem is knowing what has caused the tinnitus in the first place and there are many causes. In many people, tinnitus can be caused by one of these conditions:
* Age-related hearing loss. For many people, hearing worsens with age, usually starting around age 60.
* Hearing loss can cause tinnitus. The medical term for this type of hearing loss is presbycusis.
* Exposure to loud noise. Loud noises, such as those from heavy equipment, chain saws and firearms, are common sources of noise-related hearing loss.
* Portable music devices, such as MP3 players or iPods can also cause noise-related hearing loss if played loudly for long periods.
* Tinnitus caused by short-term exposure, such as attending a loud concert, usually goes away; long-term exposure to loud sound can cause permanent damage.
* Earwax blockage. Earwax protects your ear canal by trapping dirt and slowing the growth of bacteria. When too much earwax accumulates, it becomes too hard to wash away naturally, causing hearing loss or irritation of the eardrum, which can lead to tinnitus.
* Ear bone changes. Stiffening of the bones in your middle ear otosclerosis) may affect your hearing and cause tinnitus. This condition, caused by abnormal bone growth, tends to run in families.
* And there are many others, certain prescription drugs can cause tinnitus, poor sleep and so on.
So, obviously, if you have for example a build up of wax, no amount of audio therapy will change it. My experience is that my therapy can improve hearing by reducing tinnitus in a high percentage of cases.
Sound therapy will not change the cause of your tinnitus but can re-programme the brain to reduce or cure the symptom.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for considering or using my method, I hope it's succesful!
Dr Marina Stone
UK number +44 1273 78 2955or email me email@example.com
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