Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
Ringing in the ears, whistling in the ears.
Tinnitus is an auditory sensation that is unrelated to a sound generated by a vibration outside the body and is inaudible to others. The sound may resemble a buzzing, whistling or even ringing in one's head or in one or both ears.
According to Dr. Jean-Paul Curtay, tinnitus is often caused by a magnesium deficiency. Other experts believe it is due to circulatory problems in the ear.
Avoid consuming too much calcium or vitamin D in excess of 1000 IU daily, unless prescribed by a health professional. Avoid simple sugars.
- DC 22 or DC 37
- DC 52
- See a doctor first to rule out possible physical factors, such as problems with your inner ear or auditory ossicles.
- Check for heavy metal poisoning, food allergies or sensitivities, and the presence of amalgams (e.g. fillings).
- Supplementation with Ginkgo biloba is also very useful.