One of the remedies that have been manufactured for the sufferers of tinnitus, lipoflavonoid was created in 1961. It is often used by people whose ringing in the ears is brought about by Meniere's Disease.
Tinnitus, also known as ringing ears, is defined as the perception of sound in one or both ears or in the head where no external source is present. It is caused by various medical conditions, including cochlear damage due to noise, stress, sinus problems, allergies, Meniere's Disease, vitamin B12 deficiency, and circulatory problems such as hypertension, atherosclerosis, and malformation of the capillaries.
Although it usually comes as a ringing noise, it may also come either as a buzzing, roaring, clicking, whistling, hissing, humming, or rushing noise.
How are tinnitus, lipoflavonoid, and overall ear health associated with one another?
Lipoflavonoid is a formula composed of certain vitamins such as eriodictyol glycoside, vitamin B12, vitamin C, niacin, and choline, among others. And these vitamins have something to do with ringing in the ears in one way or another.
Eriodictyol glycoside, for instance, can act as an antihistamine. Histamine induction is known to produce the symptoms of Meniere's Disease, which, as mentioned, is one of the causes of the unwanted sound. Thus, the formula provides relief to the sufferers of the disease. Also, the formula contains vitamin B12, hence, it is also helpful for those who experience th unwanted sound due to vitamin B12 deficiency.
More importantly, the vitamins that the formula contains improve circulation in the inner ear. Improvement in the circulation in the inner ear makes the microscopic hair cells responsible for transmitting electrical impulses of sound to the brain stay flexible and the fluids within the ear canals flow better. Furthermore, the vitamins that it contains promote overall ear health, thus helping in the reduction of ringing in the ears.
There are also other remedies for tinnitus other than lipoflavonoid. These include homeopathic remedies, herbal preparations, and techniques like acupressure, acupuncture, hypnotherapy, meditation, reflexology and relaxation.
Although supplements and remedies have been made available, make sure that not to take the natural treatments for granted. Avoid substances that trigger the unwanted sound such as salty foods, chocolates, coffee, soda, and alcohol. Have a proper and regular exercise and get enough sleep at night. Also, avoid going to very noisy places. But, if going to these places is inevitable, wear ear protection devices such as earplugs or special earmuffs.