Tinnitus or ringing in the ears
Tinnitus, is a very annoying condition with various reasons as its potential cause. Although not yet fully understood, tinnitus is associated with loss of hearing, exposure to loud sounds, stress and anxiety, ear infections, and so on. In most cases, the cause is damage to the inner ear caused by loud sounds. Whizzing can be accompanied by hissing, whistling, beeping and humming sounds.
Since the start of ChinaMedic we have been treating tinnitus patients on a weekly basis and has it become one of our specialties. By applying the ChinaMedic approach, precise application of abdominal acupuncture together with the modern technology of LaserNeedle, patients often report diminish of the sound(s) and sometimes having it even disappear completely. As a side effect, tinnitus-related symptoms such as sleeping problems, loss of concentration and unrest often also reduce and/or disappear. To support the treatment, we provide a high-quality herbal powder.
Acupuncture as a remedy
With acute ringing in the ears, there is always a sudden disruption in energy among the meridians in the ear area. Chances are that with the application of acupuncture the ringing in the ears will diminish quickly and even disappear.
The ChinaMedic approach uses a combination of classical with abdominal acupuncture and LaserNeedle to remedy this disturbance. In this way the blood circulation of the inner ear also improves, which in turn diminishes the ringing in the ears.
In chronic tinnitus, there is a disturbance of the kidney energy together with weakened energy in the liver and other organs. The ChinaMedic Approach uses a combination of abdominal acupuncture with laser acupuncture and, if necessary, classical acupuncture for the treatment of chronic tinnitus. Herbal therapy is also used as extra support.
The LaserNeedle is aimed at repairing and renewing the cells in the local area. It repairs damage to the cochlea and to the inner hairs through direct, powerful irradiation of the inner ear. De-activation of the prefrontal cortex and the limbic system (the tinnitus manifests and persists in these areas) is done through stimulation with acupuncture needles of specific acupuncture points around the ear.
Abdominal acupuncture provides an overall conditional improvement, in particular of regaining energy and recovery of the energy balance. This practically painless technique is very suitable for restoring the balance in the organs. The more balanced one is, the more beneficial the entire process for the patient. In this way we have been able to optimally help patients with tinnitus.
For further information read this 2017 research article: Acupuncture Found Effective For Tinnitus – HealthCMi.