Best Tinnitus Therapy Options In Malaysia

Chiropractic in Malaysia has in-depth blog post article archives on causes and the best tinnitus therapy options in our archives. Tinnitus refers to buzzing, ringing, or hissing sounds heard and one or both ears. The classic symptom of tinnitus is ringing in the ears. We have listed the nine additional sounds that tinnitus sufferers may experience:

  1. Whistling sounds
  2. Grinding noises
  3. Hammering sounds
  4. Wishing sounds
  5. Screeching
  6. Sounds that mimic crickets
  7. Roaring sounds
  8. Ocean waves
  9. Static sounds and dial tones

What Is The Most Common Cause Of Tinnitus?

Tinnitus is due to an underlying disorder or condition that impacts the middle year. Below please find the six conditions that are the culprits:

  1. Jaw and neck problems, including slip-discs
  2. Wax buildup that blocks the ears
  3. Meniere’s disease affecting the inner ear
  4. 0tosclerosis (abnormal bone growth and middle ear)
  5. Ear infections
  6. Premature degeneration of the middle year or old age

Is Tinnitus Serious?

Tinnitus is serious in the sense that it can cause hearing loss. Besides the ringing and abnormal sounds, hurt can become quite disturbing. The good news is that it is not considered in life-threatening health condition. To recover from tinnitus, underlying causes need corrections. Corrective therapy measures provided by Chiropractic Specialty Center® in Kuala Lumpur can eliminate or reduce that tinnitus sounds.

What Is The Best Treatment For Tinnitus?

A combination of physiotherapy and chiropractic that targets the upper neck and jaws has proven helpful in reducing or eliminating hearing sounds for most patients. Based on this call, the first step towards recovery is a complete and thorough assessment of your upper neck, jaws, and muscles of your upper back, chest, and neck. Please read and review the archives of articles published on this page for more information on causes and therapy options. To get assessed by our clinical team, please get in touch with us on 03 2093 1000.