Hey everybody, it's Doctor Jo and Remi-corn.
And today I'm gonna show you a treatment for tinnitus, which is ringing in the ears.
So let's get started. Oh no!
So tinnitus, which is a ringing in your ear, is 90% of the time caused by repetitive loud
noises over a long period of time.
But sometimes it can be something a little more scary.
It can be due to an ear infection, it can be a tumor that's maybe pressing on your auditory
nerve in your ear, so make sure if you have tinnitus, go to your regular doctor or an
ENT, ear, nose and throat specialist, to find out what is causing it.
So a lot for you have asked me about how do you treat tinnitus.
And a lot of times, it's change of your diet, doing things like that.
But I got really interested cause this is not my speciality, and I don't really know
if there were any exercises or stretches that you can do.
And I do have tinnitus.
It was definitely lots of 80s and 90s rock band music listening too loud when I was growing
But so I do have it occasionally, I don't have it, it's not constant that goes on.
Every once and a while I'll just get really loud ringing in my ears.
And so I found this treatment, and it works for me.
So I don't know if it will work for you, it probably depends on how severe your case is.
But I was really excited because it works for me.
And a lot of times once the ringing starts, I'll do this treatment.
Most of the time it goes away instantly, with one round.
But sometimes I'll have to do 2 rounds, but every single time I've done it, it has gone
And it has actually decreased the repetitions of time that it comes.
It used to happen like once ever day.
Now it might happen once every 2-3 weeks.
So it really does seem like it works.
So to start off with, it's actually doing a movement with your ear, so if you have something
like big hooped earrings, make sure to take them out.
I'm gonna take my earrings out.
But if you have something like a Cochlear implant, hearing aids, things like that.
Just use common sense, don't be doing this movement when you have things in your ears.
You know if you have a big ole gauge in your ear, don't pull on the loop and make it a
bigger hole or something like that.
So just be careful with this and don't try and rip your ear off.
Because the treatment is more about the speed, not the force of it.
So as I tell you a little bit more about it, I'm gonna go ahead and take out my earrings.
And so this is a really quick simple thing that you can do.
And again, I just thought it was so cool because it worked almost instantaneously for me.
So the movement is gonna be, you're gonna grab your ear lobe, but kind of grab it close
to your ear.
Don't grab on the end.
Make sure you get a good firm, solid hold.
And you're gonna do a really quick movement, 5 times.
Up and away.
But again, this is for speed, this is not for power.
So you're not trying to pull your earlobe off, you're just gonna do a quick up and away
Sometimes you'll actually hear a popping noise in your ear, and as long as it's not painful,
You're just kind of vibrating that ear canal to reset everything.
So you grab that earlobe, and it's a quick up and away kind of movement.
So just 5 times That's it.
And then, like I said, 9 times out of 10 my ringing went completely away.
But again, make sure that you're being safe doing this, and that you're grabbing nice
and tightly and it's up and away.
So almost at an angle this way.
But again, you're not pulling hard, you're pulling quick.
So 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
And I can hear a little kind of popping in my canal.
You know I'm not exactly sure the science behind why this happens, but my thought process
is, you know, you're getting that canal making that kind of vibration, breaking it up maybe
if there is and infection or something in there.
If that ringing is just causing, you know going in through the ear.
It's almost resetting everything in there.
And again, like I said, it might not work for you, but it's such and easy simple thing
to try, I think it's worth trying, and it definitely worked for me.
So there you have it, that's how you treat tinnitus.
Yeah, what's that?
Ringing in the ears.
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