The purpose of writing you this newsletter is to share information about tinnitus and how to cure it using diets. According to my research, there is a connection between food and tinnitus.

Tinnitus or unwanted ear sounds are as a result of high blood pressure or arteriosclerosis. High blood pressure occurs as a result of unhealthy foods such as red meat (animal protein), refined sugars, salt and flour, and other processed foods. These foods stress the body by constricting the arteries.

Salt and sugar only worsen tinnitus and so they should be avoided. Salt will restrict blood vessel, cause hypertension as well as reduce the flow of blood to the ears and brain thus worsening tinnitus.

Sugar on the other hand will only cause abnormal sugar metabolism to tinnitus patients. This will interrupt with the auditory system causing insulin levels to rise which is dangerous as it worsens tinnitus as well as causing other conditions such as Type 2 Diabetes.

To unclog your ears, you can take fruit and vegetable juice for three days. You can also lower blood pressure, dilate and relax blood vessels by taking garlic juice combined with raw vegetables and fruits.

Tinnitus can also lead to hearing loss. To improve your hearing, reduce the intake of vegetable shortening and margarine, and saturated fats. You can prevent vasoconstriction in the inner ear by avoiding sugar which provokes adrenalin release that promotes tinnitus.

You can also reduce tinnitus by increasing dietary magnesium and potassium. The best sources for these minerals are bananas, leafy green vegetables, apricots, nuts, beets, and baked potatoes.

Multivitamin mineral supplements can also be taken to compensate the mentioned foods.

You might find that you get tinnitus after eating certain foods. You can do some research or experimentation to find out which foods trigger your tinnitus. In some people, tinnitus is triggered by caffeine or other stimulants, salt, sugar, dairy products, or quinine or other preservatives and suppressants.

You can also cure your tinnitus by supplementing your diet with organically grown herbs such as ginkgo, sesame, black-cohosh, lesser periwinkle, goldenseal, spinach, sunflower seeds, fenugreek seed tea, castor oil, onion juice, passion flower, ramson juice, horsetail, mistletoe tea, and plantain.

These herbs help in improving the flow of blood to the brain. They also help in unclogging the ears as well as boosting your energy thus curing tinnitus.

Do not take garlic if you are taking ginkgo because they will react negatively to the blood by making it thin. So, if you have garlic in your diet, do not include ginkgo. The two never goes together.

Now that you have known the types of foods that help in reducing tinnitus, it is time to add them into your menu.



Source by Hasbul Aqill

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