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Tinnitus: if I am told I have nothing, why do I keep hearing them?

In daily practice it happens to us ENT specialists that the patient comes to us because he/she has already been evaluated by other specialists who have performed all the pertinent tests required by the medical protocol and still have tinnitus

The problem is that often no disease is found but the symptom persists. In these cases is when we think of a lack of metabolic balance. What does it mean? The inner ear or snail is a very sensitive organ, a small laboratory that is altered at the slightest “stress”. When we doctors talk about stress, we are not thinking about the patient having been nervous, but about metabolic stress, about ions that damage other ions. According to the American Tinnitus Association, severe tinnitus is, after severe pain and balance disorders, the third most disabling symptom that a human being can suffer. Tinnitus is considered a symptom of the ear and of the central nervous system. The exhaustive medical diagnosis will surely be made by other specialists and we will receive idiopathic tinnitus or tinnitus of unknown cause, which represent 90%. As for treatment, we will make our contribution from micronutrition for the improvement of cochlear balance: a complement to the clinical practice guidelines for tinnitus and it is advisable to treat them with less than 6 months of onset, so it is very important that the patient consults us quickly.

As most of the studies carried out conclude and agree that the patient with tinnitus usually has anxiety or a very demanding personality, that is why we want to make our contribution through brain micronutrition since the brain is the organ that may be suffering and is the one that is needing that we provide micronutrients, which are natural active ingredients that have begun to lack in our brain and our ear and we have not realized until tinnitus has appeared

At CIO we see the patient with a different, comprehensive approach, which will make us look for the latest treatments that the world literature advises to help with this noisy symptom