I am constantly asked in the clinic about various Internet treatments for tinnitus. Most of these methods are expensive and do nothing for the tinnitus or a hearing loss. A few years ago, I wrote a whole series of articles titled Homeopathic Medicine and Tinnitus Treatment. These articles discussed the development of homeopathic medicine which,Read Full Article
Over the past few years Kathleen Campbell, Ph.D., an audiological researcher at Southern Illinois University, has been researching the use antioxidants to treat noise induced hearing loss. Her research involves the use of D-Methionine to reduce or eliminate the free radicals in the cochlear structure. In noise induced hearing loss, the noise presented to theRead Full Article
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