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Ringing in the ears is an annoying problem

Any ear issue can be solved with proper treatment

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I remember for the longest time, my stepdad had problems with his hearing and a weird feeling in his ears.  He complained often about this funny whooshing, ringing in his ear. He said it was a very annoying feeling. (At the beginning, we didn’t know what the hell was going on! Never thought about Tinnitus) We knew this ringing of the ears issue wasringing in the ears no laughing matter, but still due to ignorance on me and my brother’s behalf, we made light jokes on my dad’s inability to hear.

I think we should have known better because we had classmates who had difficulty hearing. Of course we never knew if our classmates really had a hearing problem or were they intentionally trying to ignore the teacher. Also, back in the day, there was no social media going on. No such thing as Facebook, Instant Messenger or Twitter to discuss problems you may have to others. Boy! Have we all got it made today.

Having Early Issues

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Anyway, a while back when our dad’s ear issues begin, it first started with buzzing, ringing and howling in his ear. It was getting worse and worse and continue to linger for a longer period of time.

So after a long overdue ENT ( Ear, Nose & Throat) specialist appointment, the doctor was able to evaluate him and give him a complete examination.ringing in the ears

It was revealed dad was suffering from what’s commonly known as Tinnitus or Vertigo. The specialist told my family that 50-60 million Americans suffer from this ‘ringing in the ears.’

Today, some ENT specialist whose close with their patients, recommend handy things that could help families who’s dealing with hearing impaired family members or other relatives. They advise these families of individuals suffering from a serious case of complete hearing loss, should have a special doorbell installed at home. This ensures that no one is left hanging around on the doorsteps ringing the buzzard, and not getting an answer, if the non-hearing person is left at home alone. This seem to be a very clever idea!

In regards to dad, It was also explained to us that his hearing loss and dizziness may occur if the Tinnitus is due to Meniere’s disease. Here are some more interesting questions tinnitus sufferers should be asking themselves regarding their condition.

What’s currently done during private consultations, the family ENT specialist would recommend products he felt would help his patients. This is what’s recommended to all his patients with similar issues as my dad. (It would later show tremendous improvement).

He strongly recommends VertiGONE, saying it’s the best on the market with satisfactory results from many and is very affordable.  Proprietary plant based blend promotes inner ear vestibular balance for natural vertigo relief. DIZZINESS: Targeted formula for symptom relief from spinning or swaying sensations associated with Vertigo. MOTION SICKNESS: Fast acting motion sickness relief from cars, boats, trains, planes the natural way! USA: Bottled and tested in a USA GMP certified facility under the highest regulatory standards. 30 DAY SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: If you aren’t 100% satisfied, send it back for a FULL REFUND.

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It’s safe for anyone suffering from tinnitus and should be taken as instructed. Our family doctor ensured us, this will give our dad and anyone suffering with Tinnitus the most satisfying results. Guaranteed!

Discovering this product through our physician was ‘Heaven sent’. Our dad was very happy experiencing such a remarkable improvement. Ringing eliminated down to zero! To check latest prices and more reviews, go to Amazon.

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Author:Ronald Kennedy

Ron attended the Art institute of Chicago in 1980 and Harold Washington College in 1997. He graduated from Malcolm X College in May, 2000 majoring in 'Hearing Loss in America' and 'Children with Hearing Disabilities Around the World' (Ron has another interesting website, https://lovefolks.com regarding Love, Dating & Relationship). A Graduate of Malcolm X College in 2000 with an associate's degree in applied science, Ron also worked with the 'Chicago Area Autopsy Service' which is affiliated with the Medical Examiners Office, near downtown Chicago. The service covered all the local and suburban hospitals when reports of a death is called in.

92 responses to “can-ringing-ears-be-cured-look-here-for-answer”

  • Sam March 10, 2017 at 1:51 pm Reply 

    I would like to thank you for the great information you provided .Actually I was , sometimes , hear some ringing in my ear , I did not know why until I read your article .
    An other point it provided great information and help for teaching a deaf and blind children.


    • Ronald Kennedy March 10, 2017 at 10:04 pm Reply 

      Hi Sam. Thanks for commenting on my article. I try to put forth the best quality and informative material I could provide for my readers. Paying attention to ones ear and hearing health, is of the up-most important things you can do for yourself and family. Some minor health issues to many folks go ignored, thinking that It’ll ‘pass.’ But in reality, will only get worse if left untreated. This is why regular check ups with your family physician is so important.

      In regards to you ‘ringing in the ear’ issue, I recommend you to go here for some temporary relief. This is safe, reliable and used by thousands:

      Thank you again for commenting, Sam. Let me know if I can assist you with anything else.


  • Shay Smith June 11, 2018 at 9:05 pm Reply 

    Great article with a lot of really good information! There needs to be a lot more awareness out in the world for those who are blind, deaf, or deaf-blind. I have actually noticed ringing in my ears over the past year. I attribute it mostly to the fact that I work on the phone a lot. Again, great information!


    • Ronald Kennedy June 12, 2018 at 1:03 am Reply 

      Hi Shay. Nice hearing from you. Glad you enjoyed my article. I agree with you 100% regarding increased awareness on particular health issues. Ringing of the ears affect many folks world wide. Most don’t even know what is going on or why this is even happening. Only a professional ENT can determine the extent of the problem.    


  • balletdad June 17, 2018 at 3:03 pm Reply 

    Wow, super informative article. Thanks! The idea of instant relief for vertigo sounds awfully good and possibly worth a try–particularly that it’s a natural remedy. As for the change in enrollment for deaf-blind students from the period 1968-1980, that’s SO encouraging to read. I’ll stop lamenting the situation many children found themselves in in earlier times. And I’ll rejoice in the good opportunities to learn and to thrive that are available today!


    • Ronald Kennedy June 18, 2018 at 10:09 pm Reply 

      Thanks for checking in my friend. Many folks world wide, suffers with vertigo. They don’t know what causes this irritating ringing and dizziness. This is really unnecessary suffering, whereas all they have to do to get instant relief through pills. Chronic tinnitus is a more serious form and can last up to six months. But a person should see an ENT in case there’s a more deeper medical issue. 

      In regards to deaf-blind students, children in earlier times had a tougher time than those in society today. Increased technology, along with better educated health care providers creates an atmosphere of better learning and understanding.


  • Morgan July 26, 2018 at 2:36 pm Reply 

    Great post! I had no idea that so many infants suffered from the rubella epidemic. It is so inspiring to know that children that are both deaf and blind can seek education at an early age. Keeping putting this knowledge out there so that everyone knows what is possible.

    Are there specific schools or special teachers needed for these children?


    • Ronald Kennedy July 26, 2018 at 11:30 pm Reply 

      Thanks for coming by Morgan. In todays society, a significant amount of help is available. Depending on where you live, that you’ll be able to determine what specialized schools are offered to you. These type of schools employ very educated, qualified and trained indivduals who knows how to handle disabled children. Contact your local directory in your city and state to further assist you.


  • asmithxu July 27, 2018 at 11:45 am Reply 

    Very interesting article about a tinnitus cure and deaf-blindness. Tinnitus seems like it could be caused by many different factors. It could be caused by a nutritional deficiency. It could also be caused by physical damage to the ear (I had a coworker who had chronic tinnitus after she was in a car accident).
    Deaf-blindness has always been fascinating, especially how people deal with it. Just last week, I was watching a documentary about a woman who was deaf-blind and she communicated with people through sign language. When then spoke to her, she would touch their hands so that she could know what they were saying.


    • Ronald Kennedy July 28, 2018 at 6:14 am Reply 

      Hello my friend. Yes I agree that tinnitus could be caused by more than one issue. It all depends on what that individual has experienced in their life. Proper treatment should be administered immediately bfore the problem gets worse. On the documentary youwatched, I wonder was it on Helen Keller? She was born deaf-blind, but prevailed during her time, as a very interesting woman that never let her disability get in her way.


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