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Pulsatile Tinnitus - A Rythmic Tinnitus With A Potentially Ominous Source

24th June 2011
Tinnitus is actually not disease. It is just a symptom of some other disorder in your system. Tinnitus is often described as ringing sound in one or both of your ears. However, it can occur in other forms of sound as well, such as buzzing, whooshing, or h... Read >
Author: Gordon Shaxon

Treatment for Pulsatile Tinnitus

03rd March 2011
Tinnitus is frequently defined as a ringing in the ears. It can sound like a high pitched tone, however one type of tinnitus sounds like a heartbeat in the ears. It is called pulsatile tinnitus and many people suffer from it at one point or another in the... Read >
Author: Kris Saelen

Skin Problems with West Highland Terriers

12th November 2010
Along with people, canines have skin issues as well. The West Highland Terriers are not exempted to these problems. These dogs can also contract skin issues that need to be seen to promtly. These epidermal problems could be due to inheritance, allergy or ... Read >
Author: CS Christian

How To Treat and Prevent Chicken Allergies

23rd June 2010
Allergies to meat such as chicken meat are very common nowadays. There are so many people suffering from allergies coming from chicken meat. Chicken allergy is the adverse reaction of the body's immune system to chickens. The common symptoms of chicken a... Read >
Author: Heather Eaton

Sinusitis Dizziness: What, Why, How to Avoid

03rd June 2010
There are several symptoms associated with a sinus infection. Sinusitis dizziness is among the least common symptoms associated with the condition. The underlying cause of dizziness in sinusitis patients is not yet known, however, the proximity of the eye... Read >
Author: Bosco Publishing

What Causes Tinnitus Chewing Gum Quietess? Don't Delay

11th May 2010
To start understanding what causes tinnitus, it helps to know that tinnitus isn't actually a disorder in and of itself. Rather, it's a indication of something else amiss which may arise from various causes. Regularly several conditions combined is what br... Read >
Author: Royce Ramsey

What Causes Tinnitus Chewing Gum Quietess? Get Rid of Tinnitus For Good

07th May 2010
To start understanding what causes tinnitus, it helps to know that tinnitus isn't really a disorder in and of itself. Rather, it is a indication of something else amiss that might arise from numerous causes. Often, a number of conditions combined is what ... Read >
Author: Royce Ramsey

How To Stop Dizziness Naturally

22nd February 2010
Ever felt as if the world were spinning around you? Or that the darkness is sucking you in? Dizziness can range from lightheadedness to nausea, vomiting to blackouts. Depending on how it manifests itself, there are different kinds of dizziness. Vertigo is... Read >
Author: Winston Jenkins

An ear injury that is treated immediately can prevent the loss of hearing.

15th February 2010
EAR INJURY CAUSES: Sticking objects in the ear, such as pencils, tweezers, cotton swabs, sticks and toothpicks. Sudden air pressure changes, such as airplanes, scuba diving, a blow to the head. Extreme load noises, including loud music, gun shot... Read >
Author: emergencysuppliesinfo.com

Sinus Infection Symptoms - Do You Have These?

22nd December 2009
Most of us at some time or another have experienced the pressure and pain in our face and head that often gets worse before it gets better. In this article you'll learn causes sinus infections, thee general symptoms of sinus infection, where sinus infecti... Read >
Author: Brad Bahr

TMJ Remedies - Natural Solutions to TMJ (Jaw Discomfort)

17th September 2009
Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ disorders) can be very disabling for sufferers. The temporomandibular joint is the one that joins your lower jaw to your skull, and can be felt if you press lightly just in front of your ear and move your jaw. This '... Read >
Author: Candy

A history of earplugs

06th July 2009
Ancient times There's nothing new about the idea of using earplugs to shut out noise. A particularly famous example from classical literature appears in Homer's poem, the Odyssey. In the poem the Greek King of Ithaca, Odysseus, orders the crew of his... Read >
Author: eddieb

How Smoking Can (Badly) Effect Your Ears

18th February 2009
Most of People should know that smoking has numerous health risk effects, both for smokers and second-degree smokers. More familiar are heart failure, lung cancer and emphysema. But, most people ignore that smoking also badly affects our ears, and might p... Read >
Author: Tom Leroy

How to Cure an Ear Infection

21st June 2008
Ear infections can be both annoying and painful, and most people experience them from time to time. Sometimes these infections accompany a cold, but they can also happen suddenly and without any warning. I get them frequently, and especially at winter tim... Read >
Author: peterhutch

How To Cure An Earache Naturally

05th April 2007
The following article includes pertinent information that may cause you to reconsider what you thought you understood about curing an earache naturally. The most important thing is to study with an open mind and be will... Read >
Author: D.G. Armstrong
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